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The unfazed female figures in the artist’s ‘Hotel Paintings’ may be viewed as a playful act of self-satire

BY Chloe Stead |

At Mendes Wood DM in Paris, the artist’s ‘Unfuckingtitled’ series suggests that we are snookered in our current moment

BY Andrew Hodgson |

The artist's murals at Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris, repurpose elements of cloud vistas and early Renaissance frescoes

BY Andrew Hodgson |

In ‘L’être, l’autre et l’entre’ at Palais de Tokyo, Paris, the artist weaves together human and cosmological in-betweens

BY Zoë Hopkins |

On the occasion of a major survey at Centre Pompidou, Paris, Homi K. Bhabha speaks about the distinctive philosophy of cultural cosmopolitanism found in the artist’s paintings

BY Homi K. Bhabha |

Released last month in the US, music is the means by which the film narrates the spunky Korean French protagonist’s fraught relationship with her mother culture

BY Diana Seo Hyung Lee |

At Marian Goodman, Paris, the artist’s latest works cite leading figures from twentieth-century art

BY Wilson Tarbox |

A small retrospective at Centre Pompidou, Paris, strikes a balance between the artist’s unique brand of expressionist figuration and her activism

BY Wilson Tarbox |

A two-venue homecoming exhibition at Palais de Tokyo and Lafayette Anticipations explores youthful silliness, romanticism and the pitfalls of restoring the past

BY Pablo Larios |

At Crèvecoeur, Paris, the artist's new video work continues her interest in the results of rejection and subjugation on marginalized French youth

BY Chloe Stead |

On the occasion of her retrospective at Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, Paris, the photographer reflects on some of her best-known projects

BY Charlotte Jansen AND Graciela Iturbide |

The first edition of the Parisian festival brings together twenty-seven artists who grapple with technologies of image-making

BY Aaron Peck |

At Fitzpatrick Gallery, Paris, the artist's overdue retrospective underlies humanity’s compulsive attraction to its technological creations

BY Oriane Durand |

At Lafayette Anticipations, the famed fashion designer achieves little in translating his much-lauded tactics of defamiliarization into art

BY Jeppe Ugelvig |

At Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, the Austrian artist mines epochs of ancient history to bring painting back to a time before consciousness

BY Aaron Peck |

In ‘Bronzed from Silver’ at Sans Titre (2016), Paris, the artist’s hybrid metal works explores how the body serves as a tool for cultural identification

BY Oriane Durand |

The artist’s new immersive installation at Centre Pompidou explores ecstatic states as a means of reconnecting with human empathy

BY Francesca Gavin |

The artist’s exhibition at Galerie Sultana, Paris, explores compassion as a means of resisting capitalism

BY Dorian Batycka |

With the fair in town, a guide to the best shows to see in the French capital

BY Dorian Batycka |

The landmark exhibition will mark 500 years since the death of the Italian master

BY Frieze News Desk |