Exhibition Reviews

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At Jeu de Paume, Paris, the artist’s career survey underscores his lifelong project to explore the gap between artificiality and reality

BY Zoe Cooper | 06 MAR 23

From a groundbreaking Vermeer exhibition at Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum to an epic Florentina Holzinger performance at Berlin’s Volksbühne

BY frieze | 03 MAR 23

A three-part exhibition at CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, draws on the ensemble form and musical score to deliver a vision of cacophonous community

BY Tausif Noor | 03 MAR 23

From Joan Brown’s documentation of everyday personal experiences at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, California to Mohammed Sami’s evocative canvases at Camden Art Centre, London

BY frieze | 03 MAR 23

From a solo show inspired by military ship camouflage at Lawrie Shabibi to a group show with a focus on artists from Iran at Jossa by Alserkal

BY Nadine Khalil | 02 MAR 23

At Greene Naftali, New York, the shape-shifting collective's new paintings and sculptures reveal the limits of a generational cynicism in 2023

BY Simon Wu | 02 MAR 23

At Modern Art, London, ‘The Moth and the Thunderclap’ contains works by over 40 artists channelling the energies of the natural world 

BY Aliya Say | 01 MAR 23

At Nubuke Foundation, Accra, the artist’s mysterious paintings are laced with historical references and religious iconography

BY Vanessa Peterson | 01 MAR 23

At SCAI Piramide, Tokyo, six artists have selected previously unseen photographs by Akasegawa that reflect the dizzying range of his work and his trenchant critique of capitalism

BY Andrew Maerkle | 01 MAR 23

At Art Gallery of York University, Toronto, the multi-panel paintings and prints confront notions of subjecthood through theories of the subconscious

BY Xenia Benivolski | 28 FEB 23

At Sophie Tappeiner, Vienna, the artist’s sleek metal sculptures are injected with a humanizing dose of biography

BY Kathrin Heinrich | 23 FEB 23

The inaugural show at London’s reopened Raven Row presents episodes of ‘Open Door’, a radical 1970s media production model 

BY Juliet Jacques | 23 FEB 23

At Clima, Milan, the artist’s new installation translates the stellar movement of the Milky Way into music

BY Giovanna Manzotti | 22 FEB 23

A survey of Puerto Rican art at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, considers the US territory five years after the devastation of Hurricane Maria

 

BY Eva Díaz | 22 FEB 23

Ahead of the fair this week, Max Andrews highlights seven exhibitions in the Spanish capital

BY Max Andrews | 22 FEB 23

At Corbett vs. Dempsey, Chicago, the lauded musician shows artwork that reveals his decades-long experimentation in each discipline through the practice of the other

BY Dmitry Samarov | 21 FEB 23

An exhibition of recent work at Marc Straus, New York, draws on diasporic African religious customs and personal mystery

BY Daniel Felsenthal | 21 FEB 23

At Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, the artist’s domestic objects are playfully at odds with a world dominated by rigid functions

BY Frank Wasser | 21 FEB 23

At Dittrich & Schlechtriem, Berlin, the artist’s distinctive penmanship gets a new media makeover

BY Nadia Egan | 20 FEB 23

At Marian Goodman, Paris, the artist’s latest works cite leading figures from twentieth-century art

BY Wilson Tarbox | 20 FEB 23