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

BY Sam Moore |

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 innovative founder and curator of Mimosa House, London, discusses ‘transfeminisms’, an ambitious new show 

BY Juliet Jacques |

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 |

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

BY Ellen Mara De Wachter |

A new show at Tate Modern reminds us of the impact she made and the possibilities she opened for other artists, from Marina Abramović to Brian Eno

BY Juliet Jacques |

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

BY Nevan Spier |

The artist’s solo show at Rose Easton in London features Br’er Rabbit, who rummages through cultural ruins in search of something new

BY Sam Moore |

The artist’s survey at the Courtauld Gallery in London skillfully challenges tradition to establish a complex depiction of Black subjects

BY Ivana Cholakova |

The artist’s personal and artistic roots are intertwined within a primordial landscape at MASSIMODECARLO in London

BY Phin Jennings |

At Maureen Paley, London, the artist’s enticing micro-landscapes examine the results of humanity’s interference with ecology

BY Matthew McLean |

From Richard Prince’s nightmarish appropriations at Gagosian to Lisetta Carmi’s recently rediscovered photographs at Estorick Collection

BY frieze |

A show at Alison Jacques highlights the artist’s technical prowess and use of colour, but lacks critical discussion of her processes

BY Tom Jeffreys |

At its best, the artist’s London survey is a ferocious display of courage, while at its worst, it feels like a tribute act

BY Tom Morton |

At Soft Opening, London, Hendrickje Schimmel challenges linear constructs of creation and usage by manipulating end-of-life materials

BY Kimi Zarate-Smith |

At White Cube Mason's Yard, the artist’s latest film is a Kafkaesque vision that may leave you pining for the exit

BY Tom Morton |

A group show at Pilar Corrias, London, unites work dealing with the natural world and humanity’s impact on it

BY Emily Steer |

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

BY Juliet Jacques |

At The Approach, London, the painter brings domestic scenes and transient recollections into the light

BY Finn Blythe |

From balletic sculptures to cyborg imagery, a group show at Gathering, London, delves into the vulnerability of our bodies

BY Sam Moore |