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In her solo exhibition at MARCH, New York, the artist depicts communal life in scenes of both peace and violence as a site for political revolution

BY Madeleine Seidel | 27 SEP 22

The duo’s solo exhibition at the New Museum, New York, shows multiple facets of Brazilian identity

BY Mariana Fernández | 20 SEP 22

In the artist’s solo show at ICA/Boston, figurative sculptures articulate the social power of family and community

BY Caitlin Chaisson | 20 SEP 22

From Kaari Upson’s first posthumous exhibition at Sprüth Magers, LA, to Clarice Lispector’s brilliant orbit of Brazilian artists at Instituto Moreira Salles, Rio de Janeiro, here are the shows on our radar across the Americas

BY frieze | 16 SEP 22

The artist’s first posthumous exhibition at Sprüth Magers, Los Angeles, defies easy assumptions about her work and life

BY Jonathan Griffin | 13 SEP 22

From a sweeping Robert Colescott survey at the New Museum to an exhibition of drawings by Luchita Hurtado at Hauser & Wirth Southampton, these are the must-see shows in New York after the Armory Show

BY Mariana Fernández | 12 SEP 22

Paired together at Meredith Rosen Gallery, New York, Friedman-Pappas explores the continuing drive toward industrialization while Black critiques the world of racial capitalism born from it

BY Jessica S. Kwok | 07 SEP 22

From a group show of Ukrainian women artists at Fridman Gallery, NY to Cathy Lu’s ceramic garden at Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco, these are the shows on our radar this month

BY frieze | 19 AUG 22

Nature and culture are inseparable in ‘Strike-Slip’, the artist’s first solo show at Bel Ami, Los Angeles

BY Jan Tumlir | 16 AUG 22

The first extensive exhibition of the self-taught artist’s work at Telfair Museums, Savannah, is filled with fact and fantasy inspired by his unconventional life at sea

BY Daniel Fuller | 16 AUG 22

In collaboration with Voloshyn Gallery in Kyiv, this exhibition at Fridman Gallery foregrounds the Ukrainian women at the discursive frontiers of history

BY Zoë Hopkins | 09 AUG 22

The second iteration of the Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art asks what art can do in an increasingly fraught political climate, but simply offers symbolic gestures

BY Alex Jen | 05 AUG 22

‘Interior Garden’ at the Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco offers catharsis amidst the cycles of ruin, grief and hope that mark our lives

BY Vivienne Liu | 28 JUL 22

A recent survey at the Williams College Museum of Art, Massachusetts, celebrates a career-long preoccupation with biomorphic forms

BY Cassie Packard | 27 JUL 22

These are the shows currently on our radar, from an exhibition reflecting on the history of artist-cultivated gardens at MoMA PS1 to the first show at ICA Miami to highlight its permanent collection

22 JUL 22

A show of the artist’s new work at Kristina Kite, Los Angeles, slides between inanimate and living, sculpture and performance, artist and viewer

BY Gracie Hadland | 20 JUL 22

‘ALL VERBS’ at Hauser & Wirth highlights more nuanced forms of action in the artist’s oeuvre

BY Noah Dillon | 20 JUL 22

The artist’s new show at King’s Leap, New York, uses ‘TIME’ magazine to unpack recent historical narratives

BY Travis Diehl | 14 JUL 22

The artist’s survey at the Japan Society, New York, foregrounds the body, labour and process

BY Mariana Fernández | 13 JUL 22

The group show at MoMA PS1 reflects on the history of artist-cultivated gardens, from Tom Burr’s dioramas of The Ramble in Central Park to Poncili Creación’s defiant garden gnomes

BY Maxwell Smith-Holmes | 08 JUL 22