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At Martina Simeti, Milan, the artist’s free-form paintings speak to the musical and artistic traditions of Black communities

BY Saim Demircan |

A survey of the artist's expansive career in Antwerp invites audiences into a surreal realm populated by everything from Ken dolls to enormous golden chicks

BY Ren Ebel |

At EXILE in Vienna, the artist explores the consequences of an overproducing world on the brink of environmental collapse

BY Ramona Heinlein |

At Kunstverein München, a new film by the artist explores the use of aerial photography as propaganda during the National Socialist Regime

BY Gabriela Acha |

At Esther Schipper, Berlin, the artist’s self-portraits display a tension between concealment and revelation

BY Louisa Elderton |

At Bally Foundation, Lugano, the artist uses dance as a way to move beyond loss

BY Talia Kwartler |

From Grace Weaver's brazen female travellers at Max Hetzler, Paris, to an extensive retrospective of Emilio Prini's dematerialized practice at MACRO, Rome

BY frieze |

The unfazed female figures in the artist’s ‘Hotel Paintings’ may be viewed as a playful act of self-satire

BY Chloe Stead |

To mark the German Romantic’s 250th birthday, Hamburger Kunsthalle highlights contemporary responses to the artist’s pensive oeuvre

BY Edna Bonhomme |

At The George Economou Collection, Athens, the artist’s approach to death and dying is refreshingly unsentimental

BY Chloe Stead |

An exhibition in Paris dabbles in speculative fiction inspired by FBI photos taken in Ted Kaczynski’s cabin

BY Ren Ebel |

From Lin May Saeed’s exhilarating yet urgent plea for ecological responsibility to a once-in-a-generation retrospective of Mark Rothko that encompasses his magnificent oeuvre


BY frieze |

A posthumous retrospective at MACRO, Rome, attempts to represent the artists demateralized practice through a trove of documentation

BY Ana Vukadin |

At Mendes Wood DM in Paris, the artist’s ‘Unfuckingtitled’ series suggests that we are snookered in our current moment

BY Andrew Hodgson |

At Secession, Vienna, ‘The Offering Formula’ brings together a trilogy of introspective essay-films

BY Dylan Huw |

At Capitain Petzel, Berlin, the artist’s solo exhibition focuses on an all-women Kurdish military group

BY Guilherme Vilhena Martins |

Environmental politics loom large in this year’s Anthropocene-themed edition of the Icelandic biennale

BY Agnes Ársælsdóttir |

At Andréhn-Schiptjenko, Stockholm, a new body of work by the Swedish artist explores exhaustion and systemic failure

BY Matthew Rana |

The artist visits a once-in-a-generation retrospective in Paris, contemplating Rothko’s pursuit of the sublime and his lasting influence

BY Robert Longo |

At Anca Poterasu Gallery, Bucharest, an exhibition dedicated to a little-known Romanian artist uses re-creation to comprehend those whose life stories are lost to history

BY Louisa Elderton |