Francesca Gavin is a writer, curator and Contributing Editor for Kaleidoscope and Twin, based in London, UK.
At Museum der Moderne Salzburg, the artist rebels against the limits of traditional media
At Felix Gaudlitz, the artist’s installation-cum-exhibition blurs the line between display and artwork
At Mumok, Vienna, the artist uses the elephant as a symbol for the human cost of the textile industry in Taiwan
On view at Kunstverein Gartenhaus, Vienna, the artist’s emotive, fragmentary films shift the locus of desire with feminist determination
At LAYR, Vienna, the Bahamian artist’s hazy horse paintings focus on interspecies relationships within a personal and historical context
Can fungus help us better understand what it means to be human?
At Gianni Manhattan, Vienna, the artist presents a dystopian future in which water has dried out and technology has failed us
The artist’s new immersive installation at Centre Pompidou explores ecstatic states as a means of reconnecting with human empathy
With the fair now on, a guide to the best exhibitions to see in the Danish capital
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