Reviews

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The second iteration of the Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art asks what art can do in an increasingly fraught political climate, but simply offers symbolic gestures

BY Alex Jen | 05 AUG 22

‘Interior Garden’ at the Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco offers catharsis amidst the cycles of ruin, grief and hope that mark our lives

BY Vivienne Liu | 28 JUL 22

ICA Miami presents an impressive group exhibition showcasing recent acquisitions from the young museum’s expansive collection

BY Salomé Gómez-Upegui | 07 JUL 22

At Le Confort Moderne, Poitiers, a retrospective of the famed founder of The Church of Euthanasia invites you to sacrifice everything for the greater good

BY Vincent Simon | 07 JUL 22

Despite some worthy presentations, this year’s edition adds little to the ongoing conversation about decolonization

BY Rahel Aima | 16 JUN 22

At the Hirshhorn Musuem, Washington, D.C., the artist presents new and recent works that employ storytelling as its primary medium

BY Logan Lockner | 10 JUN 22

At Kiasma, Helsinki, a group exhibition weaves the strands of contemporary life’s omnipresent anxieties into a complex and intriguing fabric

BY Kimberly Bradley | 23 MAY 22

A recent survey at The Polygon, Vancouver, showcases the painter’s varied practice in photography 

BY Aaron Peck | 26 JAN 22

At Grimm, New York, the Peruvian artist presents a body of work that asks us to defang our baleful understandings of ghosts

BY Simon Wu | 11 JAN 22

At CAPC musée d'art contemporain de Bordeaux, the artists wooden works commemorate the links between the region’s wine industry and its colonial history

BY Oriane Durand | 22 DEC 21

This year's iteration of the international exhibition is impressively global in its curatorial reach but the impact of some works diminishes in cross-cultural adaptation

BY Ela Bittencourt | 21 DEC 21

The painter's institutional debut at the Dallas Museum of Art relies on biblical references to soften the distinctions between the spheres of creation

BY Logan Lockner | 16 DEC 21

At MONITOR, Lisbon, the artist's series of experimental paintings mix historic events, current affairs and personal memories

BY Cristina Sanchez-Kozyreva | 16 DEC 21

At Goodman Gallery, Cape Town, the artist presents a video that addresses the issue of gender-based violence and femicide in South Africa

BY Ayodeji Rotinwa | 09 DEC 21

A characteristically understated exhibition at The Modern Institute uses light and domestic materials to allude to inimical forces at play in the home

BY Helen Charman | 06 DEC 21

At SculptureCenter, New York, the artist’s new, K-Pop inspired, video sees revolution as an illness

BY Travis Diehl | 01 DEC 21

At Sprüth Magers in London, the artist’s robotic snake is a harbinger of destruction and regeneration

BY Tom Morton | 25 OCT 21

The artist’s solo show at London’s Ginny on Frederick creates a complex confrontation with fragmented, sexualized humanity

BY Sam Moore | 23 SEP 21

From Paula Rego’s unflinching women to Ellen Harvey’s mournful, forgotten buildings, these are the best institutional shows in the UK

BY frieze | 03 SEP 21

At MO_Space, Taguig, two artists project materiality through contrasting approaches to painting

BY Carlos Quijon, Jr. | 28 MAY 21