US Reviews

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From an exhibition celebrating the life and career of filmmaker Bill Gunn at Artists Space to Wade Guyton’s latest solo outing at Matthew Marks, Los Angeles, these are the must-see shows in the US this month

BY frieze | 12 AUG 21

For his latest solo outing at Matthew Marks, Los Angeles, the artist presents a series of paintings inspired from the news lines during the pandemic and the minutia inside his studio

BY Jan Tumlir | 10 AUG 21

At the Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, the late artist, who died tragically during 9/11, is remembered for his trenchant works that reflect on the transcendence and vulnerability of the Black male body

BY Jackson Davidow | 04 AUG 21

Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, presents the late artist’s 1960s screen-print series ‘heroes and sheroes’ which stands as a rebellion against the status quo and the Catholic Church

BY Paige K. Bradley | 03 AUG 21

At the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 'Give It or Leave It' sees the Watts Towers and Alice Coltrane's Sai Anantam Ashram as visionary sites for worldbuilding

BY Natalie Haddad | 20 JUL 21

From Deana Lawson's cosmic portraiture at the Guggenheim to Christina Quarles splayed out figures at MCA Chicago, these are the must-see shows in America right now

BY frieze | 16 JUL 21

At The Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York, the group show, focusing on intersectional artists, situates artmaking as a crucial salve to feminist cultural work

BY Erica N. Cardwell | 15 JUL 21

The photographer's exhibition at the Guggenheim, New York, captures the elemental power of Blackness by intermingling portraits with celestial installations

BY Ela Bittencourt | 14 JUL 21

At the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, the artist presents a suite of new works that confronts the notion of 'white angst' in western iconography

BY Travis Diehl | 06 JUL 21

At the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, the artist presents a suite of paintings in close dialogue with the architecture of the exhibition space

BY Sylvie Fortin | 02 JUL 21

At Museo Jumex, Mexico City, a survey of the past two decades of Mexican contemporary art struggles to unite a broad range of artworks within a cohesive structure

BY Gaby Cepeda | 01 JUL 21

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