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An exhibition at Hauser & Wirth, New York, assembles the late artist’s sculptural work marked by a slow-burning strangeness that resists the potentially dampening effects of art-historical discourse

BY Cassie Packard |

At ICA Los Angeles, a group exhibition centres relationships and community as cornerstones of what it might mean to be Asian American

BY Vanessa Holyoak |

At Company Gallery, New York, the artist uses subversion and humour to upend the ideological landscape of contemporary sex/work and our moral attitudes towards it

BY Jeppe Ugelvig |

At MOCA Toronto, a triennial explores the cultural milieu of a city increasingly troubled by gentrification and real-estate development

BY Xenia Benivolski |

The artist’s exhibition at Blum, Los Angeles, traces four decades of gestural painting that’s neither purely abstract nor figurative

BY Jonathan Griffin |

At McMichael Canadian Art Collection, the artist revisits landscape painter Tom Thomson’s Canoe Lake as it’s threatened by floods and forest fires

BY Brandon Kaufman |

The artist’s exhibition at Greene Naftali, New York, recasts Icarus within a modern-day exploration of Black emancipation and freedom

BY Zoë Hopkins |

At Museum of the Moving Image, New York, a retrospective of the artist reveals an enchantment with technology’s possibilities and a disillusionment with its uses

BY Cassie Packard |

At 52 Walker, New York, the artist honours the poet by bridging her writing and her beloved Los Angeles

BY Jane Ursula Harris |

At the Art Gallery of Guelph, the late artist’s vibrant drawings depict interspecies relationships and the land that unites them

BY Georgia Phillips-Amos |

At JOAN, Los Angeles, the artist grapples with perspectives on power and domination

BY Hande Sever |

From Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo’s acid-green dreamscape to Pipilotti Rist’s personal utopia

BY frieze |

At Marian Goodman, Los Angeles, the artist’s extraterrestrial works are haunted by real-world doom

BY Claudia Ross |

At Mendes Wood DM’s Casa Iramaia, São Paulo, two artists, separated by a century, are engaged in a nocturnal dialogue

BY Mateus Nunes |

At the New Museum, Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo gives us a verdant glimpse into her private life 

BY John Belknap |

At Kasmin, New York, the artist’s new body of sculptures and drawings feel frozen between solid and liquid

BY Rebecca Rose Cuomo |

From a retrospective of Josh Kline in New York to the ‘Made in LA’ biennial, here are the best stateside exhibitions of the year

BY Lisa Yin Zhang |

At Casas Riegner, Bogotá, the artist fashions spaces for community and security

BY Jennifer Burris |

At Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles, sculptures and collages reference modesty screens, BDSM and gay porn mags to index the trans experience

BY Alice Bucknell |

Utopian sculptures and drawings unexhibited since their making are on view at Marc Selwyn Fine Art and Hannah Hoffman, Los Angeles

BY Claudia Ross |