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Contemporary Art and Culture

From Ruth Novaczek's fragmentary films at Kunstverein Gartenhaus, Vienna, to Rosa Barba's Ludwig Mies van der Rohe inspired installation at the Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin, here are five shows not to be missed. 

BY frieze | 08 OCT 21

From Rosemary Mayer's long-deserved survey at Swiss Institute, New York, to the 17th edition of MOMENTA in Montreal, Canada, these are the best shows in the Americas

BY frieze | 01 OCT 21

What to see this weekend – from the frustrated sexuality of Jack O’Brien’s sculpture in London to Martha Jungwirth’s energetic abstractions in Paris 

BY frieze | 23 SEP 21

From Cynthia Daignault’s new body of work at Kasmin Gallery, New York, to Monika Baer’s first Swiss institutional show in 30 years at Kunsthalle Bern, these are must-see painting shows this season

BY frieze | 21 SEP 21

From Mark Bradford's inauguration of Hauser & Wirth’s Menorca outpost to the first major retrospective dedicated to Pia Arke in Denmark, here are a selection of European shows not to miss this September

BY frieze | 10 SEP 21

From Paula Rego’s unflinching women to Ellen Harvey’s mournful, forgotten buildings, these are the best institutional shows in the UK

BY frieze | 03 SEP 21

From Karla Black at Fruitmarket to Cauleen Smith at Los Angeles Museum of Art, here are Frieze’s must-see shows

BY frieze | 23 AUG 21

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

From Yael Bartana's expansive solo exhibition at the Jewish Museum Berlin to a group exhibition that depicts the oddities of aquatic life, here are our must see shows in the Schengen

BY frieze | 04 AUG 21

From a major retrospective by Karla Black in Edinburgh to a photographic investigation into the fatalities of the Irish revolution in County Cork, here are our must see shows

BY frieze | 28 JUL 21

From Dara McGrath's testament to the Irish War of Independence at Crawford Art Gallery, Cork, to Cauleen Smith's 'immersive, kaleidoscopic' solo exhibition at Los Angeles County Museum of Art, here are Frieze's must see shows

BY frieze | 22 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

Apply by Monday 23rd August to attend our new, free-to-attend art writing course, which takes place in London in autumn 2021

 

BY frieze | 13 JUL 21

From Lydia Ourahmane lockdown-inspired exhibition at Triangle – Astérides to Marcin Dudek's deconstruction of his football firm past at Harlan Levey Projects, here's what not to miss 

BY frieze | 09 JUL 21

From Kobby Adi's industrial mise en scène to Emma Talbot's exploration of collective mourning, here are our editor's picks

BY frieze | 30 JUN 21

From Kayode Ojo's synthetic opulence at Sweetwater, Berlin, to Jef Geys’s playful iconoclasm at Kunsthalle Bern, here are five great exhibitions to see in the Schengen Area right now

BY frieze | 18 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

From Pakui Hardware's medical examination room in Gateshead to a London show by New York collective and label CFGNY, here are our editor's picks 

BY frieze | 02 JUN 21

From Darrel Ellis's family photographs in New York to Pakui Hardware's medical examination room in Gateshead, here are our editors' picks 

BY frieze | 25 MAY 21

From Liv Schulman’s new video installation at CRAC Alsace to Anne Turyn’s genre-defying periodical, Top Stories, at Kunstverein, Amsterdam, these are some of the best exhibitions on in EU right now

BY frieze | 19 MAY 21