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An enthralling retrospective at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, gathers 40 years worth of works in a diverse range of mediums

BY Tim Smith-Laing | 19 OCT 22

At Graves Gallery, Sheffield, the artist positions the home as a critical site of cultural preservation and exchange

BY Cathy Wade | 18 OCT 22

At Maureen Paley, the artist uses the archive to reckon with women’s history in the UK

BY Hettie Judah | 26 SEP 22

From South Korean pop ephemera to Marina Abramović's transitional states of being

BY frieze | 23 SEP 22

From Lou Lou Sainsbury’s London debut at Gasworks to Ishiuchi Miyako’s photographs of Frida Kahlo’s belongings at Stills Centre of Photography, Edinburgh

BY frieze | 26 AUG 22

The artist’s first show at White Cube, London, contains new paintings full of narratively ambiguous scenes derived from popular culture

BY Ella Slater | 23 AUG 22

At New Art Projects, London, the artist evokes visceral experiences of growing up queer in Britain under Section 28

BY Sam Moore | 17 AUG 22

At Gasworks, London, the artist explores the possibilities that come with rejecting forms imposed by outsiders and creating our own

BY Juliet Jacques | 15 AUG 22

At Stills Centre of Photography, Edinburgh, the artist holds the spirits of her absent subjects in the gallery, forcing us to commune with their stories

BY Lisette May Monroe | 10 AUG 22

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