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At Kunstmuseum Luzern, the Israeli artist draws on the Jewish tradition of storytelling to disconcerting effect

BY Krzysztof Kościuczuk | 18 JAN 23

A small retrospective at Centre Pompidou, Paris, strikes a balance between the artist’s unique brand of expressionist figuration and her activism

BY Wilson Tarbox | 19 DEC 22

At Damien & the Love Guru, Zurich, the artist’s new series presents a stylistic mashup of unsettling scenes

BY Mitchell Anderson | 30 NOV 22

At Hauser & Wirth, Zürich, a survey of the artist’s work from the past 30 years likens painting to shooting practice

BY Camila McHugh | 19 OCT 22

At Alma Sarif, Brussels, the artist quietly presents 56 litres of paint

BY Emile Rubino | 07 OCT 22

At Kunsthaus Glarus, the artist draws on the authoritarian and curative connotations of serpentine forms

BY Gabriela Acha | 05 OCT 22

At Galerie Max Mayer, Dusseldorf, a new series of paintings continue the artist's interest in education and pedagogy

BY Moritz Scheper | 04 OCT 22

At Felix Gaudlitz, the artist’s installation-cum-exhibition blurs the line between display and artwork

BY Francesca Gavin | 27 SEP 22

At Muzeum Susch, a posthumous retrospective showcases the artist’s liberating use of latex

BY Barbara Casavecchia | 07 SEP 22

The artist’s large-scale exhibition at the Walther Collection, Ulm, displays his skill for impersonation and adds depth to the genre of self-portraiture

BY Eric Otieno Sumba | 12 AUG 22

At Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zurich, the LA-based artist’s portraits harness a provocative tension between figuration and abstraction

BY Mitchell Anderson | 19 JUL 22

Presented within multifunctional and frequently changing spaces, this year’s edition of the quinquennial exhibition combines art with social kitchens, garden gatherings and even a pro-BDSM party

BY Nadine Khalil | 07 JUL 22

At O—Overgaden, Copenhagen, the artist’s videos hint at an ecstatic climax on a sweat-drenched dance floor

BY Alice Godwin | 30 JUN 22