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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

At Kicken Berlin the artist's work explores what it meant to be a woman in the German Democratic Republic

BY Anna Voswinckel | 16 DEC 20

Capturing moments of stillness and anticipation, at Workplace, London, the artist uses layers of stippled colours to conjure never-ending narratives

BY Tom Morton | 14 DEC 20

From a survey of Zarina’s five-decade career to Ficre Ghebreyesus’s display of ethereal paintings, these are the best exhibitions of the year

BY Terence Trouillot | 09 DEC 20

The artist’s portraits of Chinese expats at London’s Massimo De Carlo make for dissonant viewing 

BY Alex Estorick | 06 NOV 20

At Mariane Ibrahim, Chicago, the artist presents nine, large-scale portraits of Black figures that recall Gustav Klimt’s symbolist paintings

The artist’s installation, on view at the Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University, draws from the legacy of the permaculture movement and the lessons of Flint 

BY Natalie Haddad | 30 MAY 19

An exhibition at Seventeen, London, reflects upon the precarious world that the arts professional must negotiate

BY Paul Rekret | 02 MAY 19

A 20-artist group show at MAXXI Gallery, Rome, draws lines between surrealism, computer simulation and new forms of algorithmic intelligence

BY Rachel Falconer | 23 NOV 18

Hauser & Wirth, New York, USA

BY Rachel Wetzler | 24 FEB 18

From a biography of the Daily Mail to monuments to Karl Marx: what to read this weekend

BY Paul Clinton | 26 MAY 17

From Irving Penn to the stereograph: a photography themed weekend reading list

BY Paul Clinton | 05 MAY 17

From Egyptian surrealism to Parisian pissoirs: what to read this weekend

BY Paul Clinton | 21 APR 17

From spooky computers to coded manuscripts: what to read this weekend.

BY Paul Clinton | 14 APR 17

An exhibition of twenty works on paper uses archetypes found in European fairytales

BY Tal Sterngast | 09 JUL 13