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A look back on the evolution of the artist’s shapeshifting Celestial Universe

BY Stephanie Seidel |

On the occasion of the artist’s retrospective at Raven Row, London, Matthew McLean revisits Untitled (Diana)

BY Matthew McLean |

The photographer’s most recent film candidly documents her personal journey

 

BY Lynne Tillman |

On the occasion of the artist’s first major retrospective outside of the US, Travis Diehl considers the 1985 painting ‘Untitled (Green Storefront)’

BY Travis Diehl |

On the occasion of their exhibition at Berlin's n.b.k, Cory Archangel revisits a net art project by the collective

BY Cory Arcangel |

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

BY Aldeide Delgado |

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 |

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 |

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

BY Elvia Wilk |

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

BY Gazelle Mba |

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 |

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

BY Eric Otieno Sumba |

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

BY Mahan Moalemi |

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 |

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

BY Jessica Lynne |

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

BY Lynne Tillman |

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

BY frieze |

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 |

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 |