Exhibition Reviews

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An exhibition in London features intricate drawings that blend daily life with traditional animism and shape-shifting beings

BY Nevan Spier |

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

BY Andrew Hodgson |

The artist’s retrospective at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Monterrey, Mexico, celebrates a three-decade career that mines the complexities of Mexican culture

BY Terence Trouillot |

At Chisenhale Gallery in London, the artist explores the disquieting potential of waiting rooms, doctors' offices and sickbeds

BY Dylan Huw |

Ireland’s biennial of contemporary art delicately weaves weighty issues into Limerick’s surroundings

BY Nadia Egan |

At Rinde am Rhein, Düsseldorf, the artist’s new series riff on conceptualism but reflect the alienation of our times

BY Stanton Taylor |

At The National Gallery of Denmark, the artist’s retrospective interrogates the space between coloniser and colonized

BY Alice Godwin |

At the artist’s studio via Chateau Shatto, Los Angeles, the artist’s facsimiles of pavement interrogate the similarities between civic labour and artistic production

BY Claudia Ross |

In ‘L’être, l’autre et l’entre’ at Palais de Tokyo, Paris, the artist weaves together human and cosmological in-betweens

BY Zoë Hopkins |

The artist fluctuates between meditation and masochistic intensity at London’s Whitechapel Gallery

BY Juliet Jacques |

The first major US survey of the artist’s work at the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, is a joyful display of her syncretic ways of making

BY Mariana Fernández |

At KIN, Brussels, the artist’s androgynous figures are trapped in a state of leisurely calm 

BY Emile Rubino |

From an interactive walking tour exploring homelessness to a citywide treasure hunt created by Ryan Gander

BY James Lawrence Slattery |

An exhibition of kaleidoscopic painting at Victoria Miro, London, is a celebration of free love and excess

BY Chloë Ashby |

A retrospective in Helsinki cements the erotic artist’s legacy but fails to connect the dots of his complicated life story

BY Harry Tafoya |

The artist’s survey exhibition at Tel Aviv Museum of Art paints a nuanced picture of a life of itinerant creative production

BY Kimberly Bradley |

At Phillida Reid, London, a series of elegant ink drawings prods at the art world’s social anxieties

BY Tom Morton |

From Vojtěch Kovařík's monumental depictions of Hercules at Mendes Wood DM, Brussels to Birke Gorm's dishevelled jute mannequins at the Museum of Applied Arts, Vienna

At White Cube, Bermondsey, the artist’s landscapes of objects reckon with ideas of existence and extinction

BY Reuben Esien |