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At Galerie Karin Günther, Hamburg, the artist’s minimal works embrace a phenomenological approach to artmaking

BY Oriane Durand |

At Bernheim, Zurich, the artist’s alter-ego, Fatebe, confidently splits herself between time zones, cities and hemispheres

BY Krzysztof Kościuczuk |

At Den Frie, Copenhagen, the artist deconstructs the genre’s archetypes to disarming effect

BY Alice Godwin |

At Fondation Pernod Ricard in Paris, David Douard curates a show featuring 13 artists that frames collective practice as something sticky and uneasy

BY Dylan Huw |

At Moderna Museet, Stockholm, the artist’s sprawling retrospective celebrates self-proclaimed ‘sexual repulsives and freaks’

BY Matthew Rana |

Her first solo exhibition in Europe since 1975 at Xavier Hufkens demonstrates that her paintings continue to challenge contemporary perceptions of sexuality and agency 

BY Hettie Judah |

At carlier | gebauer, Berlin, the artist’s solo exhibition requires viewer’s attentive engagement

BY Louisa Elderton |

At Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna, the artist draws a line from the plantation to the stage

BY Max L. Feldman |

At Artium Museoa, Vitoria-Gasteiz, the artist continues to unravel and reformulate a body of work produced since the 1990s 

BY Max Andrews |

The show at Galerie Chantal Crousel in Paris is filled with motifs of choreographed movement and figures created from slashed lines

BY Andrew Hodgson |

From the dark world of Pierre Huyghe’s AI installations to Silvia Rosi’s vibrant portraits of personal histories

BY frieze |

At Collezione Maramotti in Reggio Emilia, the artists sumptuous portraits of Afro-Italian life probe questions of personal history, identity and nationality

BY Reuben Esien |

At Lenbachhaus, Munich, the artist’s survey exhibition quickly shifts from utopia to dystopia

BY Emily McDermott |

At CAC Passerelle, Brest, the artist showcases an archive that maps Arab and South Asian migration to Latin America and the Caribbean

BY Fernanda Brenner |

Despite its range and sincerity, a group exhibition focusing on First Nations artists relies on outdated curatorial methodologies

At [tart vienna], the self-taught artist privileges free and direct expression over conservation and legibility

BY Ramona Heinlein |

The artist’s exhibition at Gallerie dell’Accademia, Venice, transcends the limitations of era, nation and culture

BY Evan Moffitt |

At Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague, the artist offers a bitter comment on the way that the ongoing violence in Ukraine has been normalized over time

BY Noemi Smolik |

At Zurich’s Haus Konstruktiv, the artist reanimates a past work to make sense of Germany’s present

BY Ela Bittencourt |

At Alberta Pane Gallery in Paris, Regina José Galindo and Iva Lulashi take different approaches to articulating the experience of women in society

BY Wilson Tarbox |