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At the Institute of Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University, the artist presents a site-responsive project that looks at the fraught history of post-slavery labour practices across the Virginia countryside

BY Ian Bourland | 14 JUN 21

From Nina Katchadourian's first survey at Pace Gallery to Gabrielle L'Hirondelle Hill's probings of the Indigenous economics of tobacco at the Museum of Modern Art, these are the must-see shows in New York

BY frieze | 11 JUN 21

For the artist’s first US institutional solo show, at the Museum of Modern Art, Hill presents a series of works that probes the Indigenous economic life of tobacco

BY Caitlin Chaisson | 10 JUN 21

At Pace Gallery, New York, a small survey of the artist’s oeuvre presents new and existing works which re-analyse both mass media iconography and her own family history

BY Will Fenstermaker | 08 JUN 21

In the majority-Black city of Cleveland, La Tanya S. Autry’s ambitious project holds space for unbound expression of Black life by rerouting visitors from moCa to the city’s Black-led cultural centres

BY Meghana Karnik AND Claire Voon | 04 JUN 21

Part two of the Asia Society’s Triennial in New York reflects Asia’s prominence within the global artistic landscape

BY Lauren Kane | 03 JUN 21

At Acquavella Galleries, ‘Erotic Abstraction’, curated by Eleanor Nairne, presents the works of both artists together for the first time

 

 

BY Cassie Packard | 01 JUN 21

From Hayden Dunham's sculptural tableaux to Albert Oehlen's large-scale abstractions, these are the must-see shows in LA

BY Gracie Hadland | 26 MAY 21

At Participant Inc, the artist presents photographic and video works that reflect on our increased reliance on digital space 

BY Saim Demircan | 21 MAY 21

At Candice Madey, a presentation of the late artist early works, drawings, paintings and photographs reveals Ellis's meticulous process of reconceptualising his family archive

BY Shiv Kotecha | 20 MAY 21

At the Cleveland Museum of Art’s contemporary art outpost, Transformer Station, the artist teams up with a group of teenage curators to present works that celebrate the enthusiasm of childhood artmaking

BY Grant Klarich Johnson | 18 MAY 21

At the Baltimore Museum of Art, the artist presents three works that challenge the myth of American exceptionalism and reflect on the hard truths of US imperial rule

BY Frances Cathryn | 12 MAY 21

At Marisa Newman Projects, the artist presents an installation exploring his first experiences of identifying the self through colour

BY Saul Anton | 11 MAY 21

At Bel Ami, Los Angeles, the artist’s paintings take a satirical look at the grisly history of American bigotry against US Asian populations

BY Travis Diehl | 30 APR 21

At David Lewis, New York, a presentation of the artist’s recent paintings and drawings reveals his continued obsession with sexual imagery and socialist Cuba

BY Terence Trouillot | 23 APR 21

At The Drawing Center, New York, the artist presents a site-specific installation of large-scale drawings showcasing the bodily contortions of her crass cartoon counterpart, Fatebe

BY Anthony Hawley | 21 APR 21

At Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, the late artist’s drawings and sculptures celebrate the spirit and history of southern Black communities

BY Saim Demircan | 15 APR 21

At Galeria Luisa Strina, São Paulo, the artist presents a series of paintings, drawings and collages that capture the physical and mental endurance of confinement

BY Ela Bittencourt | 07 APR 21

At Friends Indeed Gallery, the artist presents eight large-scale paintings depicting herself, loved ones and life as part of the Asian diaspora

 

BY Natasha Boas | 11 MAR 21

In a new book and exhibition at Artists Space, New York, Tiffany Sia develops a ‘wet ontology’ of a city in perpetual crisis  

BY Jeppe Ugelvig AND Tiffany Sia | 03 MAR 21