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From a posthumous Martin Wong retrospective in Camden to Matthew Arthur Williams’s sensitive debut in Dundee 

BY Sean Burns |

The 20th anniversary edition of Frieze London has seen a wealth of awards and acquisitions, many of them new to the fair this year. Here’s a round-up of the winners

The London-based artist, who is represented by Ginny on Frederick, will realize a solo exhibition at Camden Art Centre in 2024 as part of the prize

Selected from the Focus section at Frieze London 2022, Xenofontos presents ‘Public Doman’, which interrogates the relationship between the physical and the virtual for her first UK solo show

From Sonia Boyce’s triumphant Venice installation at Turner Contemporary, Margate, to an exhibition that channels artists’ spiritual relationship with nature at Modern Art, London

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From Joan Brown’s documentation of everyday personal experiences at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, California to Mohammed Sami’s evocative canvases at Camden Art Centre, London

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At Camden Art Centre, the artist’s first solo UK institutional show is imbued with latent dread

BY Tom Jeffreys |

From an exhibition of Zineb Sedira’s maritime works at De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea, to Anne Imhof’s labyrinthine locker room at Sprüth Magers, London

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The Athens-based artist, who is represented by Hot Wheels Athens, will realise a solo exhibition at Camden Art Centre in 2023

The winner of the Camden Art Centre Emerging Artist Prize at Frieze presents 'Soft Acid', the artist's first institutional exhibition in London

From Rhea Dillon’s reverential found objects at Soft Opening, London, to Douglas Gordon’s rumination on ancestral trauma at Dundee Contemporary Arts

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Two exhibitions at Modern Art Oxford and Camden Arts Centre, London, examine the impermanence of power

BY Iarlaith Ni Fheorais |

From a groundbreaking group exhibition of Black ceramicists to Rachel Jones’s suite of colourful, new paintings

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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 |

The London-based artist will realize a major solo exhibition at Camden Art Centre in 2022