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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 |

The artist’s new installation at SculptureCenter is a strained metaphor for colonization, gender binaries and time itself

BY Travis Diehl |

A concise and subtle exhibition of drawings and gouaches at FLAG Art Foundation, New York, offers a melancholic meditation on beauty, glamour and artifice

BY Christopher Alessandrini |

The artist’s exhibition at Greene Naftali, New York, recasts Icarus within a modern-day exploration of Black emancipation and freedom

BY Zoë Hopkins |

At Museum of the Moving Image, New York, a retrospective of the artist reveals an enchantment with technology’s possibilities and a disillusionment with its uses

BY Cassie Packard |

At Kasmin, New York, the artist’s new body of sculptures and drawings feel frozen between solid and liquid

BY Rebecca Rose Cuomo |

After a spate of gallery closures in New York, how might contemporary art find a balance in the turbulence of the city?

BY Tannon Reckling |

For her homecoming show at Queens Museum, the artist's absurdist experiments draw attention to the systems that shape behaviour

BY Cassie Packard |

Across two Chelsea galleries, ‘Prickling Goosebumps & a Humming Horizon’ transcends earlier feminist interpretations of the artist’s work to delve into cosmic ecosystems of vegetal delights

BY Grace Byron |

At Canal Projects, New York, the artist’s site-specific multi-media installation argues for the unrelenting humanity of workers

BY Diana Seo Hyung Lee |

In a live commission and a new video work at CARA, New York, the artist complicates embodied histories of racialization, violence and resistance

BY Mariana Fernández |

From Tetsuya Ishida’s disaffected oil paintings at Gagosian, New York, to Ato Ribeiro’s wooden weavings at Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, Atlanta

BY frieze |

At Gagosian, New York, paintings that blend surrealism and social realism depict the disaffection of modern workers

BY Will Fenstermaker |

At David Zwirner, New York, plants drawn from Eastern Nigeria and Los Angeles coexist with figures and settings sourced from magazines, books and family photographs

BY Zoë Hopkins |

How the artist duo challenge the gentrification of New York’s Chinatown

BY Tan Lin |

At Sargent’s Daughters, New York, empathetic oil paintings suggest healing through revisitation

BY Bryan Martin |

The designer seeks to empower female and queer bodies by deconstructing garments

BY Evan Moffitt |

At the Brooklyn Museum, New York, more than 300 items from 1950 to present day capture the global impact of artists from the continent

BY Mebrak Tareke |

At The Arts Center at Governors Island, New York, the artist presents installations that induce an embodied reflection on immigration and national identity

BY Jasmine Liu |