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At Felix Gaudlitz, Vienna, a series of photographs by the French novelist beautifully captures the notion of intimacy

BY Max L. Feldman | 18 NOV 20

The Austrian art festival creatively rethinks ways of exhibition-making during a pandemic with a collection of commissioned TV shows

BY Louisa Elderton | 12 NOV 20

At the Westfälischer Kunstverein, Münster, the artist probes the ambiguity – and superstition – of everyday items

BY Gabriela Acha | 09 NOV 20

Combining archival material with contemporary art, an exhibition at Dresden’s Kunsthalle im Lipsiusbau highlights the activist’s connection with the GDR

BY Sarah E. James | 05 NOV 20

At Gallery 1957, Accra, the artist’s use of both Ghanaian Kente and Malian textile traditions ‘offers new possibilities for the exchange of cultural knowledge’

BY Ayodeji Rotinwa | 04 NOV 20

The artist’s show at Progetto, Lecce, speaks to how communication is both verbal and physical

BY Camila McHugh | 03 NOV 20

A group exhibition at Kulturstiftung Basel H. Geiger draws attention to the unique positionality of Caribbean artists

BY Rianna Jade Parker | 02 NOV 20

At Galeria Pedro Cera, Lisbon, the artist’s installations play with perspective and memory

BY Bárbara Borges de Campos | 28 OCT 20

At Galerie Max Mayer, a series of LED ‘paintings’ reflects on the value of performative practices

BY Saim Demircan | 26 OCT 20

At Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Berlin, the artist’s amorphous figures question traditional gender narratives

BY Sonja-Maria Borstner | 22 OCT 20

At MMK Frankfurt, a retrospective housed in a group exhibition mirrors the artist's rejection of conventional classifications

BY Sarah E. James | 16 OCT 20

At Portikus, Frankfurt, the artist pays attention to quiet but powerful acts of resistance

BY Carina Bukuts | 15 OCT 20

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 the Fondazione Giuliani in Rome, the artist looks at the playful and political aspects of disguises

BY Ana Vukadin | 09 OCT 20

At CLEARING, Brussels, the artist duo’s new handcrafted pieces reveal the sensuous in the clunky

BY Tom Engels | 09 OCT 20

At Bonner Kunstverein, the artist investigates our relationship to everyday objects

BY Noemi Smolik | 07 OCT 20

The duo’s installations at Galerie Templon, Paris, couldn’t be timelier

BY Aaron Peck | 06 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

At Lenbachhaus, Munich, the artist’s installations show why matter matters

BY Pablo Larios | 01 OCT 20

At Museum Frieder Bruda’s Salon Berlin, the artist reflects on book burning during the Nazi regime

BY Kito Nedo | 29 SEP 20