US Reviews

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The late artist’s touring retrospective arrives at the Baltimore Museum of Art, showcasing her colourful, large-scale abstractions

BY Dereck Stafford Mangus | 29 MAR 22

At the University Museum of Contemporary Art (MUAC), Mexico City, the art/activism group presents a large installation in support of Indigenous rights

BY Ian Bourland | 25 MAR 22

From Nikita Gale's solo outing at 52 Walker to Nora Turato's eclectic performance at MoMA, these are the must-see shows this month

BY frieze | 18 MAR 22

In her new performance at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the artist presents found language as a way of tapping into our collective anxieties

BY Marko Gluhaich | 18 MAR 22

The artists’ close working and romantic relationship comes to the fore in a recent exhibition at Martos Gallery, New York

BY David Everitt Howe | 15 MAR 22

At 52 Walker, New York, the artist’s installation sets the stage for a production sans human actors

BY Róisín Tapponi | 04 MAR 22

A group show curated by Sylvie Fortin at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha, delves into the politics of social health

BY Travis Diehl | 28 FEB 22

From Samara Golden’s mirrored installation at Night Gallery to Ulysses Jenkins long-overdue survey at the Hammer, these are must-see shows in LA

BY Jonathan Griffin | 17 FEB 22

From Blondell Cummings first museum retrospective at Art + Practice, Los Angeles, to Baseera Khan’s major survey at the Brooklyn Museum, these are must-see shows in the US

BY frieze | 11 FEB 22

At kaufmann repetto, the artist presents a set of photographic text-based works inspired by droughts and the streets of New York City

BY Svetlana Kitto | 09 FEB 22

At the Brooklyn Museum, the artist presents a suite of works that centres on their experience as a queer, Muslim femme to question ideas of origin and belonging

BY Aruna D'Souza | 07 FEB 22

A survey at Art + Practice, Los Angeles, celebrates the artist’s unique combination of photography and dance

BY Tiffany Barber | 02 FEB 22

For his first solo show in Los Angeles, the artist transforms Rudolf Schindler’s famed Fitzpatrick-Leland House into a large-scale sonic installation 

BY Jan Tumlir | 01 FEB 22

A recent survey at The Polygon, Vancouver, showcases the painter’s varied practice in photography 

BY Aaron Peck | 26 JAN 22

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