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At a retrospective at Museo de Arte Miguel Urrutia, Bogotá, 40 years of the collective’s work demonstrates their trans-disciplinary explorations of Colombian histories of violence and displacement

BY Jennifer Burris | 15 NOV 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

An ambitious exhibition in Los Angeles invites different interpretation of feminism to promote a collective resistance to systemic sexism

BY Natalie Haddad | 14 DEC 21

A modest survey at the Museum of Modern of Art, New York, celebrates the trailblazing career of an often-overlooked fluxus artist

BY Jane Ursula Harris | 24 NOV 21

At London’s Photographers’ Gallery, a retrospective of the US artist is an intimate yet unsentimental look into a bygone era

BY Julie Hrischeva | 15 NOV 21

At Camden Art Centre, the artist creates a teenage dreamland with mini discs, Mariah Carey and grape soda to evoke inmate adolescent memories    

BY Kevin Brazil | 08 NOV 21

In her inaugural show at Massimo De Carlo London, the artist and recent recipient of the MacArthur ‘Genius’ Fellowship renders today’s world with thoughtful tranquillity

BY Nimco Kulmiye Hussein | 01 NOV 21

At Sir John Soane’s Museum, London, the artist’s depictions of the excesses of consumerism and empire are all-too seductive

BY Cal Revely-Calder | 20 OCT 21

In Sadie Coles’s sprawling Kingly Street gallery, Helen Marten lays out an exquisite corpse of ordinary affects. It’s impossible to see in totality so we rely on the clues

BY Alice Bucknell | 30 SEP 21

At Gasworks, London, the artist queers the conventional masculinity of the action-adventure video game 

BY Chris Hayes | 13 SEP 21

A survey of the artist's work at Kunsthalle Bern celebrates Geys's desire to challenge the status quo and bring art to masses

BY Kito Nedo | 09 JUN 21

In her first institutional exhibition at Kunsthall Trondheim, the artist combines scientific research with fictional elements to create puzzling audio-visual narratives

BY Zofia Cielatkowska | 26 MAR 20

At the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, the artist’s retrospective explores love, loss and identity in the works forged by her AIDS activism

BY Chris Wiley | 22 APR 18

At Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo, the artist’s embroidery challenge the Western middle-class identity and its underlying anxiety

BY Camila Belchior | 21 APR 18

Kunstquartier Bethanien / Studio 1 Berlin 

BY Dieter Roelstraete | 01 OCT 11

Sutton Lane at Klosterfelde

BY Mark Prince | 01 OCT 11

Kunstverein Hamburg

BY Wes Hill | 01 OCT 11

CAPC musee d'art contemporain de Bordeaux

BY Raphael Brunel | 01 OCT 11

Objectif Exhibitions

BY Esperanza Rosales | 01 OCT 11