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The artist and DJ’s first solo show at Tramway, Glasgow, is a stunning exploration of West African music

BY Tom Hastings | 09 AUG 22

From Kojo Abudu’s reckoning with the ghosts of Africa’s past at Pace, London, to a harrowing Howardena Pindell survey at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge

BY frieze | 29 JUL 22

A retrospective at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, highlights the artist's uses of collage and abstraction to circle blatant and coded atrocities

BY Lauren Dei | 28 JUL 22

At Sadie Coles HQ, London, the artist turns his pin-sharp brushwork to depth and volume, conjuring surfaces that seemingly scoop and protrude

BY Matthew McLean | 18 JUL 22

At Compton Verney, the artist’s first large-scale survey celebrates a career spent experimenting with colour

BY Cathy Wade | 11 JUL 22

The artist and poet invites us into her world of rage, vulnerability and humour at ICA, London

BY Ella Slater | 04 JUL 22

From Thomas J Price’s Windrush Commission in Hackney to Alex Margo Arden’s bizarre ‘not closing down sale’ in Clerkenwell

BY frieze | 01 JUL 22

A staged ‘not closing down sale’ at Ginny on Frederick, London, advertises a space in which nothing is quite as it seems

BY Donna Marcus Duke | 23 JUN 22

At Richard Saltoun Gallery, London, a trilogy of works delves into the domestic exploitation of Southern Italian women

BY Lauren Dei | 16 JUN 22

The seaside festival returns with 20 new commissions, addressing climate change, coastal erosion, folklore and displacement 

BY Chris Sharratt | 13 JUN 22

At Thomas Dane Gallery, London, the artist explores how class domination is maintained through the conservation of objects

BY John Menick | 06 JUN 22

From Rhea Dillon’s reverential found objects at Soft Opening, London, to Douglas Gordon’s rumination on ancestral trauma at Dundee Contemporary Arts

BY frieze | 03 JUN 22

At Dundee Contemporary Arts, the first UK institutional presentation of the film k.364 ruminates on ancestral trauma, travel and music

BY Helen Charman | 30 MAY 22

Two exhibitions at Modern Art Oxford and Camden Arts Centre, London, examine the impermanence of power

BY Iarlaith Ni Fheorais | 26 MAY 22

The artist’s first solo exhibition at David Zwirner, London, absorbs us into single, intimate moments

BY Tom Morton | 23 MAY 22

Salena Barry selects her top picks – from Nicola L.’s kinky, penetrable sculptures at Alison Jacques to Jeff Wall’s monumental photographs at White Cube

BY Salena Barry | 12 MAY 22

Sam Moore selects their top picks – from William Brickel’s contorted bodies at The Artist Room to Garrett Pruter’s reimagining of Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘The Birds’ at Trafalgar Avenue 

BY Sam Moore | 12 MAY 22

A group exhibition of works by Clémentine Bruno, Mara Fortunatović, Eva Gold and Bella Riza at London’s Nicoletti Contemporary wrestles with ideas of loss, absence and yearning

BY Anastasiia Fedorova | 04 MAY 22

The artist’s latest show, at Corvi-Mora, London, depicts unidentifiable men stripped of their social identities

BY Paul Clinton | 25 APR 22

At Cristea Roberts Gallery, London, the artist confronts the representation of Black figures in Western art history, erasing the white nobility

BY Lauren Dei | 14 APR 22