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The artist’s oversized flowers at Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, address ideas of inheritance and nurture 

BY Tom Morton |

At Chisenhale Gallery, London, the artist uses documentary and drama to look into colonialism, loss and spiritual awakening

BY Finn Blythe |

An ambitious group show at Michael Werner Gallery, London, curated by Andrew Bonacina, invites us to examine the possibilities of human representation through the works of 28 artists

BY Emily Steer |

At Studio Voltaire, London, a new film narrated by Ben Whishaw asks why the intelligence services proved such an ideal calling for gay men in the early 20th century

BY Alastair Curtis |

At Sprüth Magers, London, the artist transforms the galleries into a labyrinthine changing room dripping with anticipation of future performances

BY Juliet Jacques |

An elegant retrospective at The Photographers’ Gallery, London, has striking contemporary resonance in a country that remains profoundly unequal

BY Julie Hrischeva |

At Newport Street Gallery, London, the artist performatively burnt thousands of his own works 

BY Tom Morton |

An enthralling retrospective at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, gathers 40 years worth of works in a diverse range of mediums

BY Tim Smith-Laing |

On the occasion of Carolee Schneemann’s survey at the Barbican Art Gallery, Cathy Wade looks back at the artist’s 1973 kinetic painting Up to and Including Her Limits

BY Cathy Wade |

At Gasworks, London, the artist explores the possibilities that come with rejecting forms imposed by outsiders and creating our own

BY Juliet Jacques |

At Sadie Coles HQ, London, the artist turns his pin-sharp brushwork to depth and volume, conjuring surfaces that seemingly scoop and protrude

BY Matthew McLean |

The artist and poet invites us into her world of rage, vulnerability and humour at ICA, London

BY Ella Slater |

A staged ‘not closing down sale’ at Ginny on Frederick, London, advertises a space in which nothing is quite as it seems

BY Donna Marcus Duke |

At Richard Saltoun Gallery, London, a trilogy of works delves into the domestic exploitation of Southern Italian women

BY Lauren Dei |

At Thomas Dane Gallery, London, the artist explores how class domination is maintained through the conservation of objects

BY John Menick |

Two exhibitions at Modern Art Oxford and Camden Arts Centre, London, examine the impermanence of power

BY Iarlaith Ni Fheorais |

A group exhibition of works by Clémentine Bruno, Mara Fortunatović, Eva Gold and Bella Riza at London’s Nicoletti Contemporary wrestles with ideas of loss, absence and yearning

BY Anastasiia Fedorova |

The artist’s latest show, at Corvi-Mora, London, depicts men stripped of their social identities

BY Paul Clinton |

Two major exhibitions at Kunstmuseum Basel and Hayward Gallery unravel the artist’s vulnerabilities through text, textile and the human figure

BY Sam Moore |

‘Surrealism Beyond Borders’ is a comprehensive overview of one of the 20th century’s most influential movements

BY Juliet Jacques |