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At Casey Kaplan, New York, the South African artist transforms everyday materials into colossal tapestries inspired by movements that characterize the dances of his homeland

BY Ian Bourland | 22 NOV 22

At The Shed, New York, figurative paintings on pardo paper lead us to reconsider our own positions in relation to artworks and museum spaces

BY Zoë Hopkins | 17 NOV 22

At Amant, Brooklyn, the women-led group show fluidly reimagines the mythological creature in a media-spanning exhibition

BY Cassie Packard | 15 NOV 22

In her solo exhibition at MARCH, New York, the artist depicts communal life in scenes of both peace and violence as a site for political revolution

BY Madeleine Seidel | 27 SEP 22

The duo’s solo exhibition at the New Museum, New York, shows multiple facets of Brazilian identity

BY Mariana Fernández | 20 SEP 22

In collaboration with Voloshyn Gallery in Kyiv, this exhibition at Fridman Gallery foregrounds the Ukrainian women at the discursive frontiers of history

BY Zoë Hopkins | 09 AUG 22

‘ALL VERBS’ at Hauser & Wirth highlights more nuanced forms of action in the artist’s oeuvre

BY Noah Dillon | 20 JUL 22

The artist’s survey at the Japan Society, New York, foregrounds the body, labour and process

BY Mariana Fernández | 13 JUL 22

Paige K. Bradley profiles the NYC radio station that subverts the role of the celebrity and has a place for everyone on its airwaves

BY Paige K. Bradley | 30 MAY 22

At El Museo del Barrio, New York, a survey of its founder reveals the artist’s commitment to making by unmaking

BY Mariana Fernández | 26 MAY 22

At 52 Walker, New York, the artist’s installation sets the stage for a production sans human actors

BY Róisín Tapponi | 04 MAR 22

On the occasion of her solo show at David Lewis Gallery, the artist speaks to Lucy Ives about the surreal relationship between digital memory and oil painting

BY Lucy Ives | 15 DEC 21

At Essex Street, New York, the artist presents an array of prefabricated objects through the lens of disability and chronic illness

BY Simon Wu | 15 OCT 20

At Petzel Gallery, New York, the artist presents a suite of paintings inspired by the life-simulation game

BY David Geers | 02 OCT 20

The artist’s online project enacts a daily fantasy of revenge – or reparation – for the Western history of institutional racism and colonialism

BY Simon Wu | 18 AUG 20

2020Solidarity/Between Bridges is selling artist-made posters to raise funds for the city’s beleaguered clubs, performers and organizers

BY Andrew Durbin | 17 JUL 20

Alissa Bennett recalls the glamour and ghosts of SoHo’s iconic Lucky Strike

BY Alissa Bennett | 24 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

At James Cohan, New York, sculptures made from materials collected at crime scenes indict a system of violence and exploitation 

BY Kate Green | 10 MAR 20

We tend to think of museums as holding the rare, the valuable, the precious. But MOCA was formed to tell the stories no one else thought were worth telling

BY Ryan Lee Wong | 07 FEB 20