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It’s tempting to read Haacke’s longstanding work of institutional critique as prescient. In fact, he’s been an astute observer for long enough to know that current scrutiny of museum ethics is well overdue

BY Alyssa Battistoni | 25 OCT 19

In Buffalo, the artist Marlene McCarty has planted a toxic garden that draws on the area’s intertwined histories of capitalism, expropriation and utopian dreaming

BY Jennifer Kabat | 23 OCT 19

On view at the New Museum, New York, the artist’s avocado oil paintings further her engagement with the politics of migration, trade and diaspora

BY Benoît Loiseau | 21 OCT 19

Informed by the legacies of funk and jazz, the artist’s many collaborations are given space to shine

BY Ian Bourland | 21 OCT 19

Whether pairing the two inspires consternation or praise depends largely on how we conceive of the purpose of the Museum itself

BY Jack McGrath | 18 OCT 19
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From the frieze archives: complete coverage ahead of New York’s Museum of Modern Art’s much-heralded reopening

BY Frieze News Desk | 17 OCT 19

New arrangements of artists from across the planet emphasize broad concepts over tidier organizing principles 

BY Andrew Durbin | 16 OCT 19
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The late New York artist’s famed ‘anti-crack painting’ in East Harlem has been undergoing restoration since the summer

BY Frieze News Desk | 10 OCT 19

The artist’s fantastical sculptures and bas reliefs, on view at Lisson, New York, combine prehistoric creatures with oil barons and kings

BY Murtaza Vali | 09 OCT 19

In a new show, Sze pairs precision with nods to disassembly or messy composition

BY Diana Hamilton | 04 OCT 19

The artist’s nine-day performance in the museum’s galleries ties the migration of peoples and objects to the systems that control and classify them 

01 OCT 19

His works in ceramic recall histories of colonialism and manufacturing, while alluding to our digital age

BY John Vincler | 27 SEP 19
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At Leslie-Lohman Museum, New York, an exhibition of art by queer sex workers takes a stand against violence and criminalization

BY Rachel Rabbit White | 27 SEP 19

In ‘This Marram’, TM Davy ushers you into a very personal – and almost enchanted – sliver of Fire Island

BY Shiv Kotecha | 19 SEP 19

As galleries return from summer break with a full slate of programming, here are the best shows in town

BY Evan Moffitt | 13 SEP 19
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The Kenyan-American artist’s bronze caryatids occupy the museum’s empty niches which have lain bare for 117 years

BY Kadish Morris | 13 SEP 19

Two shows at David Zwirner, New York, champion the artist's ability to capture the sound of a now-bygone world

BY Andrew Durbin | 12 SEP 19

Artist Candice Lin connects the conditions of slave labour involved in building the drug trade’s infrastructure to the continued Orientalizing representations of the drugs themselves

BY Diana Hamilton | 23 AUG 19

Wesselmann’s sculpture attempted ‘to pick up a drawing by its lines and carry it’ into the world

BY Olivia Rodrigues | 13 AUG 19

The influence of op art leaves scant trace of the artist’s hand, but otherworldly unease pervades his repetitions and reflections

BY Mary Huber | 12 AUG 19