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At Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam, a group show explores the myriad of ways that artists claim space

BY Jim van Geel | 20 SEP 22

At FRAC, Marseille, the artist probes the hidden colonial legacies of the Algerian War

BY Wilson Tarbox | 20 SEP 22

At Palace Enterprise, Copenhagen, the artist shines a light on gender bias in male design

BY Alice Godwin | 15 SEP 22

A posthumous retrospective of the artist’s work at Bildmuseet, Umeå, aims to redress the art-historical record

BY Matthew Rana | 06 SEP 22

Inspired by a cult Sci-Fi TV show, the artist’s first exhibition at Hot Wheels, Athens, warps the simulated/real dialectic

BY Gabriella Pounds | 17 AUG 22

At Crèvecoeur, Paris, the artist's new video work continues her interest in the results of rejection and subjugation on marginalized French youth

BY Chloe Stead | 11 JUL 22

This year's edition, ‘Persons, Persone, Personen’, celebrates ecologically minded contemporary art that is joyful and sensual

BY Tom Jeffreys | 06 JUL 22

At Galerie Nagel Draxler, Cologne, the artist's collages delve into the economic and geopolitical realities of Nord Stream 2

BY Kito Nedo | 29 JUN 22

At M Leuven, the artist draws on the allegorical as a means of exposing the absurdity of the current state of affairs

BY Fernanda Brenner | 20 JUN 22

Despite some worthy presentations, this year’s edition adds little to the ongoing conversation about decolonization

BY Rahel Aima | 16 JUN 22

At Layr, Vienna, the artist’s new video works put a group of men under a scrupulous yet intimate examination

BY Miriam Stoney | 15 JUN 22

From Marilia Furman’s ‘Monstrous’ at PSM, Berlin, to ‘ARS22: Living Encounters’ at Kiasma, Helsinki, here are our picks

BY frieze | 10 JUN 22

A posthumous exhibition at Galerie Knoell, Basel, makes the case for the artist's inclusion in transatlantic art history

BY Kito Nedo | 02 JUN 22

At PSM, the artist's low-tech, smoke-and-mirrors intervention traces the connection between capitalism and militarism

BY Patrick Kurth | 25 MAY 22

In her triumphant survey exhibition at Palazzo Grassi, Venice, the artist continues her long-running exploration of women as generative, creative forces

BY Hettie Judah | 05 MAY 22

Laden with scenes of sex, the artist's new paintings at Croy Nielsen, Vienna, test the border of the disturbing

BY Krzysztof Kościuczuk | 25 APR 22

The group show ‘Extra Worlding’ tries to revive the political core of utopian thinking

BY Philipp Hindahl | 26 OCT 21

As CHART art fair opens in Copenhagen, here are our picks for what to see in the city and the wider Nordic region

BY Amy Sherlock | 26 AUG 21

At the Jewish Museum Berlin, the Israeli-born artist’s newly commissioned, three-channel video and sound installation continues her career-long investigation into the visual language of messianic desire

BY Boaz Levin | 21 JUL 21