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At MIT List Visual Arts Center, the artist presents minimalist assemblages that reflect critically on the spaces and circumstances of the disenfranchised

BY Jackson Davidow | 18 JAN 22

From New Orleans much-anticipated Prospect.5 to Naudline Pierre's first institutional solo exhibition, these are the unmissable shows to see this month

BY frieze | 14 JAN 22

Travis Diehl on the successes and failures – both past and present – of the young triennial in its attempt to revitalize the city in the wake of climate disasters

BY Travis Diehl | 11 JAN 22

At Grimm, New York, the Peruvian artist presents a body of work that asks us to defang our baleful understandings of ghosts

BY Simon Wu | 11 JAN 22

This year's iteration of the international exhibition is impressively global in its curatorial reach but the impact of some works diminishes in cross-cultural adaptation

BY Ela Bittencourt | 21 DEC 21

From Lorraine O'Grady's storied retrospective at the Brooklyn Museum to Ben Sakoguchi's presentation of his seminal work Chinatown (2014) at Bel Ami, Los Angeles, these are the best shows in the US of 2021

BY Terence Trouillot | 16 DEC 21

The painter's institutional debut at the Dallas Museum of Art relies on biblical references to soften the distinctions between the spheres of creation

BY Logan Lockner | 16 DEC 21

An ambitious exhibition in Los Angeles invites different interpretation of feminism to promote a collective resistance to systemic sexism

BY Natalie Haddad | 14 DEC 21

From Naama Tasbar’s sound installation at the Bass Museum, Miami, to Diane Severin Nguyen’s K-pop video on modern-day revolution, here are the must-see shows in the US. 

BY frieze | 07 DEC 21

An exhibition at Goldfinch Gallery, Chicago, showcases the painter’s unfussy yet intimate studies of behaviour and mundanity

BY Alex Jen | 06 DEC 21

At SculptureCenter, New York, the artist’s new, K-Pop inspired, video sees revolution as an illness

BY Travis Diehl | 01 DEC 21

An intimate show of 12 paintings at Salon 94, New York, showcases the Egyptian-born artist’s dreamlike tableaux 

BY Cassie Packard | 30 NOV 21

A modest survey at the Museum of Modern of Art, New York, celebrates the trailblazing career of an often-overlooked fluxus artist

BY Jane Ursula Harris | 24 NOV 21

In his newest hallucinatory animation, ‘Life After BOB’, the artist questions self-determination in an algorithmic age

BY Travis Diehl | 19 NOV 21

An ‘anti-retrospective’ repositions the artist’s work as a meme-presaging détournement of late capitalism’s spectacular logic

BY Jessica Baran | 16 NOV 21

From Jasper Johns survey across two major museums to Erna Rosenstein's oneiric tableaux at Hauser & Wirth, these are the must-see show in the US

BY frieze | 12 NOV 21

At the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, a massive survey, focusing on the famed artist's legacy, bypasses new readings of his oeuvre

BY Will Fenstermaker | 12 NOV 21

At Hauser & Wirth, New York, a survey of the late artist’s paintings presents a body of work that goes beyond her biography as a woman who survived the Holocaust

BY Peter Brock | 09 NOV 21

In their first solo exhibition in Mexico City, the artist reflects on the history of computer technology through the lens of Blackness

BY Mebrak Tareke | 05 NOV 21

At Jessica Silverman, the artist presents a group of ceramics and still-life paintings that recall our experiences of being shuttered in our homes during lockdown

BY Natasha Boas | 02 NOV 21