Review

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The Turner prize winner's exhibition at Grazer Kunstverein shows how fate can always be challenged

BY Sonja-Maria Borstner | 12 AUG 20

At Friends Indeed, San Francisco, the artist mines European and indigenous American sources to form a new abstract language

BY Natasha Boas | 06 AUG 20

The artist’s new works at La Virreina, Barcelona, predict that the culture industry will never be automated

BY Max Andrews | 05 AUG 20

At Capitain Petzel, Berlin, the artist pays homage to writers such as Jane Austen and James Joyce

BY Chloe Stead | 29 JUL 20

The artist’s current exhibition at Weiss Berlin is a nuanced critique of the notion of Black masculinity

BY Eric Otieno | 23 JUL 20

‘FIVE’, an online exhibition curated by artist Nina Chanel Abney, assembles moving-image works around ‘anxiety, stillness, isolation, escapism and fear’ 

BY Anthony Hawley | 23 JUL 20

A retrospective of the Japanese artist's work at Louisiana Museum, Humlebæk, sheds new light on his merging of the biological and the artificial

BY Steven Zultanski | 21 JUL 20

In the author’s debut novel, ‘the threat of a sharp edge is on every page’ 

BY Haley Mlotek | 15 JUL 20

A pop-up DIY exhibition across 400 homes became an unexpectedly timely evocation of resilience and loss

BY Joseph R. Wolin | 14 JUL 20

An online presentation organized by Julie Ault and Martin Beck documents the artists’ friendship and creative exchanges 

BY Gracie Hadland | 07 JUL 20

The artist’s online game, ‘Screen Talk’, satirizes the bad politics and fake news muddling responses to COVID-19

BY Travis Diehl | 03 JUL 20

Decadence, dazzle and decoloniality in this debut novel about the search for a forgotten Black modernist amidst the Bright Young Things of 1920s Britain

BY Skye Arundhati Thomas | 17 JUN 20

Curator Brook Andrew’s proposal that creativity is an important means of truth-telling is a bolt of much-needed optimism

BY Jennifer Higgie | 27 MAY 20

The artist’s exhibition at Mies van der Rohe’s Haus Esters in Krefeld explores architecture’s aim for social reform

BY Moritz Scheper | 27 MAY 20

The artist’s installation at Barbara Wien, Berlin, leaves things pleasingly open to interpretation

BY Mitch Speed | 22 MAY 20

‘Have You Seen a Horizon Lately?’ feels like a hauntingly apposite question for these dark times

BY Kito Nedo | 19 MAY 20

A workshop at a primary school in east London provides an antidote to the seriousness of art criticism 

BY ​Olamiju Fajemisin | 19 MAY 20

Pinacoteca de São Paulo presents a number of public-facing projects that correct the record about the famously reclusive artist 

BY Giampaolo Bianconi | 14 MAY 20

In the time of COVID-19, the artist's pulmonary pangs at ChertLüdde, Berlin, feel uncomfortably prescient

BY Mitch Speed | 13 MAY 20

At the DeYoung, San Francisco, ‘Uncanny Valley’ deftly examines the consequences of our capitulation to AI

BY Fanny Singer | 12 MAY 20