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On occasion of the artist’s posthumous retrospective at Ludwig Forum, Aachen, Aldeide Delgado unpacks the symbolism of La sentencia (1993) 

BY Aldeide Delgado | 28 SEP 22

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 | 08 SEP 22

On the occasion of the artist’s Nottingham Contemporary exhibition, Stephanie LaCava takes a closer look at her film Life on the CAPS

BY Stephanie LaCava | 10 JUN 22

Elvia Wilk on the artist’s understated and poignant series ‘Children’s Games’ (1999-ongoing)

BY Elvia Wilk | 30 MAR 22

What lies beneath a grin? Gazelle Mba uses the artist's latest painting to investigate this philosophical question

BY Gazelle Mba | 08 MAR 22

On the occasion of Liz Larner’s survey at Sculpture Center in New York, Jonathan Griffin looks closely at black iris (2021)

BY Jonathan Griffin | 30 DEC 21

Eric Otieno Sumba on the cultural and historical significance of new collage work by the Norwegian artist

BY Eric Otieno Sumba | 21 SEP 21

In Bashinda (2020), Rahal constructs an imaginary world very much rooted in India’s current sociopolitcal landscape

BY Mahan Moalemi | 03 JAN 21

In 'Perpetual Brightness', Phan’s ailing animal becomes a metaphor for a culture, and a world, adrift on the verge of ecological disaster. 

BY Maika Pollack | 25 SEP 20

Smith – the subject of a new monograph by Aperture – evokes music and pace through her use of the blur

BY Jessica Lynne | 20 AUG 20

In Reenacting Scenes from the Vietnam War, Le Upends – and Subverts – Landscape

BY Lynne Tillman | 14 AUG 20

Each day for the next month, we’ll highlight a different exhibition that’s affected by the Covid-19 crisis

BY frieze | 20 MAR 20

A new series of sculptures is inspired by the Book of Genesis

Things to chew over: In the Absence of Our Mothers makes histories of displacement uncomfortably felt

BY Kaelen Wilson-Goldie | 31 OCT 18

A new film uses a sculpture by the late Donald Rodney to reflect on the many tales of race and class that are etched on the skin 

BY Tavia Nyong’o | 20 SEP 18

A digital portrait of the landscape that transformed our planet

BY Ben Eastham | 01 JUN 17

Jace Clayton discovers hyper-intelligent dogs and violent humans in the artist’s computer-simulated worlds

BY Jace Clayton | 22 APR 17

A new film by Maeve Brennan reflects on lives caught up in the conflict in Lebanon

BY Harry Thorne | 30 MAR 17

A new video installation from Richard Mosse investigates the refugee crisis

BY Christy Lange | 04 MAR 17

Kaelen Wilson-Goldie considers a collaborative intervention by Suhu Traboulsi and Walid Raad

BY Kaelen Wilson-Goldie | 11 MAR 16