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A group show at KADIST, San Francisco, charts the changing role of tradition in East Asian contemporary art

BY Harry C. H. Choi | 27 MAY 22

At El Museo del Barrio, New York, a survey of its founder reveals the artist’s commitment to making by unmaking

BY Mariana Fernández | 26 MAY 22

From Lorraine O’Grady’s photocollages from the 1990s at Alexander Gray Associates to Kiyan Williams’s deep-fried American Flags at Lyles & King, these are the must-see shows

BY Travis Diehl | 20 MAY 22

At the Institute of Contemporary Art Virginia Commonwealth University, the artist cobbles together filmic and digital imagery to form spiritual beings

BY Simon Wu | 12 MAY 22

David Breslin and Adrienne Edwards’s biennial documents the power of the individual imagination within imperfect nation-state borders

BY Peter Brock | 10 MAY 22

The 2022 edition of High Desert Test Sites, curated by Iwona Blazwick, sees the likes of Dineo Seshee Bopape and Jack Pierson scattered across the Californian desert

BY Jonathan Griffin | 05 MAY 22

The Salvadoran artist talks to Aruna D’Souza about retracing his childhood migration through Central America and Mexico, collectively healing trauma and performing in the dark

BY Aruna D'Souza | 04 MAY 22

At Commonwealth and Council, Los Angeles, the artist looks at the history of the Fordlândia colony in the Amazonian rainforest in relation to Bezos's megacorporation

BY Margarita Lila Rosa | 29 APR 22

At Museo Jumex, Mexico City, the artist’s first institutional survey in Latin America celebrates the tenderness between friends, family, lovers and objects

BY Ricky Amadour | 28 APR 22

At Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York, the artist reimagines our celestial and natural worlds in a suite of new paintings 

BY Rebecca Rose Cuomo | 27 APR 22

At the Kingsborough Art Museum, New York, a group show advocates for collective, cross-disciplinary collaboration to ensure that no one is without a place to call home

BY Andreas Petrossiants | 12 APR 22

From Meriem Bennani’s supernatural film at Renaissance Society to Devan Shimoyama’s transformative paintings and sculptures at Kavi Gupta, these are the must-see shows in Chicago

BY Marko Gluhaich | 07 APR 22

At the Queens Museum, New York, a survey of the artist’s career showcases her feminist genre of social practice

BY Travis Diehl | 05 APR 22

The late artist’s touring retrospective arrives at the Baltimore Museum of Art, showcasing her colourful, large-scale abstractions

BY Dereck Stafford Mangus | 29 MAR 22

At the University Museum of Contemporary Art (MUAC), Mexico City, the art/activism group presents a large installation in support of Indigenous rights

BY Ian Bourland | 25 MAR 22

From Nikita Gale's solo outing at 52 Walker to Nora Turato's eclectic performance at MoMA, these are the must-see shows this month

BY frieze | 18 MAR 22

In her new performance at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the artist presents found language as a way of tapping into our collective anxieties

BY Marko Gluhaich | 18 MAR 22

The artists’ close working and romantic relationship comes to the fore in a recent exhibition at Martos Gallery, New York

BY David Everitt Howe | 15 MAR 22

At 52 Walker, New York, the artist’s installation sets the stage for a production sans human actors

BY Róisín Tapponi | 04 MAR 22

A group show curated by Sylvie Fortin at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha, delves into the politics of social health

BY Travis Diehl | 28 FEB 22