Issue 211

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In an exhibition at Kunstverein München, Hill’s work from the 1960s appears prescient in its exploration of female office labour

BY Carina Bukuts | 01 APR 20

At Marlborough, New York, the Puerto Rico-based artist builds a new pantheon from the wreckage of colonialism and Hurricane Maria 

BY Joseph R. Wolin | 31 MAR 20

In an exhibition organized by Studio Voltaire, the artist’s work grows at a pace with which galleries today are often unfamiliar

BY Ella Fleck | 30 MAR 20

At Tabakalera, San Sebastián, 24 artists reflect on the algorithms that rule the world

BY Ren Ebel | 26 MAR 20

Within the chaos murmurs an incoherent hope in this ambitious – and at times baffling – exhibition

BY Jennifer Higgie | 25 MAR 20

An exhibition at Centre d’Art Contemporain, Geneva, explores writing’s role in embodiment and spiritual grounding

BY Harry Burke | 25 MAR 20

At Lévy Gorvy, New York, the painter reinscribes the female gaze into art history

BY Diana Hamilton | 25 MAR 20

With shades of the flâneur, the artist wanders the German philosopher’s rural retreat at Todtnauberg in a new series of short films

BY Tom Morton | 23 MAR 20

The artist’s exhibition at Haus der Kunst, Munich, examines empirical uncertainty and political disillusionment 

BY Hanno Hauenstein | 20 MAR 20

In the artist’s survey exhibition at The Power Plant, Toronto, surreal references to the decades-long conflict blur the lines between bodies and objects, dreams and reality

BY Natalie Haddad | 18 MAR 20

These unusual and little-known early works from the 1960s revel in flawed functionality

BY Matthew Holman | 16 MAR 20

‘New Images of Man’, curated by Alison Gingeras at Blum & Poe, Los Angeles, is ‘part homage, part radical revision’ of the eponymous exhibition

BY Jonathan Griffin | 12 MAR 20

In the context of increasingly sadistic attacks on Muslim people, the Glasgow-based artist provides a space for grief and dreaming

BY ​Hussein Mitha | 10 MAR 20

The artists’ joint presentation at MoMA considers the ways human biology both coexists with – and is subsumed by – modern technology

BY Emma McCormick-Goodhart | 10 MAR 20

The paintings and woodcuts at Tokyo’s Taka Ishii Gallery miss something in their nostalgia for an older vision of image-making

BY Ella Fleck | 05 MAR 20