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In a new exhibition at Perrotin, Paris, the artist's ethereal paintings lure the viewer into a realm of nostalgic escapism

BY Ren Ebel |

At Stevenson Amsterdam, it is impossible to overlook the humanity portrayed in the artist's imaginary figures

 

BY Andrew Pasquier |

A mid-career survey at S.M.A.K., Ghent, posits a new spiritual museology in which we connect to art beyond just representation

BY Ella Slater |

The artist's retrospective at Kunsthalle Düsseldorf sees him retreat into childhood pastimes in the face of a changing world

BY Ben Livne Weitzman |

At Fotomuseum Winterthur, ‘Aphasia’ addresses the barriers that the dominance of the French language imposes on civic participation

BY Ann Mbuti |

At Noah Klink, Berlin, the artist’s dog paintings are disarmingly joyful depictions of human-animal relationships

BY Kito Nedo |

At Peres Projects, Berlin, the artist’s new series dispels the limiting stereotype that women’s identities are based on the home

BY Eliza Levinson |

Featuring more than 50 years of work, the artist’s survey at Kunsthalle St. Annen, Lübeck, builds on his idiosyncratic system of shapes and symbols

BY Mitch Speed |

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

BY Jim van Geel |

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

BY Wilson Tarbox |

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

BY frieze |

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

BY Philipp Hindahl |

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 |

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 |