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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

ICA Miami presents an impressive group exhibition showcasing recent acquisitions from the young museum’s expansive collection

BY Salomé Gómez-Upegui | 07 JUL 22

From the NGA’s seminal exhibition, ‘Afro-Atlantic Histories’, to Sam Lipp’s titillating bodies in ‘Pornocracy’ at Derosia, New York, these are the shows not to miss in the US this summer

BY frieze | 24 JUN 22

At Derosia, the artist presents a body of work that stirs both our commercial and corporeal desires

BY John Belknap | 23 JUN 22

The exhibition at the National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., reminds us that non-Black people cannot excise themselves from the history of the African Diaspora

BY Chase Quinn | 15 JUN 22

At the Hirshhorn Musuem, Washington, D.C., the artist presents new and recent works that employ storytelling as its primary medium

BY Logan Lockner | 10 JUN 22

The nomadic gallery MASA showcases a group exhibition of Mexican and Mexico-based artists, designers and architects that intervene the iconic site once again

BY Samantha Ozer | 07 JUN 22

Across two new exhibitions in Los Angeles, the polymath showcases work from the 1980s to the present that reveals a talismanic power

BY Jonathan Griffin | 01 JUN 22

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

These are the shows currently on our radar, from the group show addressing the concept of tradition at KADIST, to a selection of work spanning Yoko Ono to Félix González-Torrez, curated by Alfredo Jaar, at Galerie Lelong

BY frieze | 27 MAY 22