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A group show at The Third Line, Dubai, featuring Sophia Al-Maria and Farah Al Qasimi, explores the nostalgia that comes with temporal dislocation  

BY Cleo Roberts | 04 FEB 21

At Galerie Parisa Kind, Frankfurt, the artist blends reality and fiction to address issues of precarity 

BY Radia Soukni | 03 FEB 21

At Galerias Municipais de Lisboa, the artist brings to the fore the conflicts and chances of migration 

BY Cristina Sanchez-Kozyreva | 28 JAN 21

From fish farms to factories, the artist duo’s first survey exhibition at Z33, Hasselt, looks at the different streams of production in the 21st century 

BY Hera Chan | 26 JAN 21

The artist’s retrospective at Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, recalls the political and economic changes of the German capital

BY Kito Nedo | 22 JAN 21

At Ramiken, New York, the artist’s eccentric drawings of light bulbs take a deft look at colonialism in Africa 

BY Peter Brock | 20 JAN 21

At Deborah Schamoni, Munich, the artist’s sparse installations use absence and the banal trappings of domesticity to talk about getting ‘turned on’

BY Camila McHugh | 14 JAN 21

At Gianni Manhattan, Vienna, the artist presents a dystopian future in which water has dried out and technology has failed us

BY Francesca Gavin | 13 JAN 21

At Kunsthall Charlottenborg, a group exhibition aims to draw connections between witch trials and colonialism but fails to grapple with their continuities 

BY Steven Zultanski | 12 JAN 21

At Gallery 1957, London, the Ghanaian artist explores Stuart Hall's theory that cultural identity 'belongs as much to the future as it does to the past'

BY Aindrea Emelife | 11 DEC 20

For his first solo exhibition at Sadie Coles HQ, the artist riffs on the iconographies and hierarchies of a bygone era

BY Kevin Brazil | 09 DEC 20

A new commission at Cell Project Space confronts questions about our complicity in the gentrification of our cities 

BY Jamila Prowse | 08 DEC 20

Informed by his Manchurian identity, the artist sets out by motorcycle for the Chinese Eastern Railway to explore the Northeast province's fading heritage

BY Nooshfar Afnan | 08 DEC 20

The exhibition dedicated to contemporary Russian art looks at how the country’s past two decades under President Vladimir Putin informed art production

BY Valerie Mindlin | 03 DEC 20

At VITRINE, Basel, the artist creates a theatre-like setting, which reflects on the aesthetics of public transportation

BY Kito Nedo | 02 DEC 20

At Vleeshal, Middelburg, the artist’s darkened spaces shed light on both the city's colonial burden and the invisibility of Black bodies

BY Hera Chan | 25 NOV 20

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