Exhibition Reviews

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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 |

A series of monochrome photos at Soft Opening, London, allows viewers to peek into Berlin porn cinemas, offering only slight hints of the people inside

BY Emily Steer |

‘In Real Time’ at NYUAD Art Gallery, Abu Dhabi, presents art works that evolve over the course of the exhibition

BY Nadine Khalil |

The artist’s latest project, recently installed at Laboratorio Arte Alameda in Mexico City, simulates the damage that a debt-driven financial system can wreak on the environment

BY Evan Moffitt |

At ICA Los Angeles, a group exhibition centres relationships and community as cornerstones of what it might mean to be Asian American

BY Vanessa Holyoak |

An exhibition of the artist’s new work at Cubitt in London raises ethical questions about documenting intimate moments and memories

BY Sam Moore |

The artist’s films at Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea, foreground trans and non-binary concerns while appealing to an audience beyond the community

BY Juliet Jacques |

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

BY Evan Moffitt |

The eighth edition makes novel use of cacophony, disorientation and deferred gratification

BY Andrew Maerkle |

Project Native Informant in London showcases feature-length films that illustrate the artist’s successful transition from a pornographic to dystopian cyberpunk aesthetic

BY Juliet Jacques |

The artist transforms The Modern Institute in Glasgow into a studio and living room decorated with references to his peers and heroes 

BY Lisette May Monroe |

Inspired by Virginia Woolf, the artist’s prints at Herald Street in London explore themes of life, death and the allure of possessions throughout history

BY Tom Morton |

Her pseudo-sacred sculptures at Lisson Gallery create a bricolage of Christo-medieval relics, high fashion and doomsday aesthetics

BY Macaella Gray |

The 2024 edition faces the challenges of past iterations while overcoming their many pitfalls with an impressive and beautiful showcase

BY Terence Trouillot |

Despite a lackluster inaugural exhibition, Hampi Art Labs shows promise as a revitalizing institution in the region

BY Rahel Aima |

A mood of tranquillity permeates the young artist’s rich and uncanny exhibition at Tate Britain 

BY Ellen Mara De Wachter |

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 |