UK Reviews

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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

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 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 Camden Art Centre, the artist’s first solo UK institutional show is imbued with latent dread

BY Tom Jeffreys | 09 FEB 23

The artist’s oversized flowers at Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, address ideas of inheritance and nurture 

BY Tom Morton | 30 JAN 23

From Elizabeth Price’s exploration of Glaswegian carpets at the Hunterian Art Gallery to Ayo Akingbade’s solo show at Chisenhale Gallery, London

BY frieze | 27 JAN 23

An exhibition at Dundee Contemporary Arts interrogates the relationship between memory, experience and preservation 

BY Helen Charman | 23 JAN 23

At Brighton CCA, the artist’s latest participatory installation invites audiences to comb for gold in tonnes of stones transported from the nearby coast

BY Salena Barry | 17 JAN 23

At Chisenhale Gallery, London, the artist uses documentary and drama to look into colonialism, loss and spiritual awakening

BY Finn Blythe | 09 JAN 23

From Howardena Pindell’s harrowing retrospective at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, to Garrett Bradley’s moving debut at Lisson Gallery, London

BY Sean Burns | 19 DEC 22

At Baltic, Gateshead, the artist’s first solo institutional exhibition examines the pernicious effects of Britain’s oil interests in the Kurdistan Region

BY Rosalie Doubal | 12 DEC 22

An ambitious group show at Michael Werner Gallery, London, curated by Andrew Bonacina, invites us to examine the possibilities of human representation through the works of 28 artists

BY Emily Steer | 05 DEC 22

At the Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow, the artist activates the archives of Scotland’s most influential carpet designers, James Templeton & Co Ltd and Stoddard International plc

BY Helen Charman | 01 DEC 22

At Studio Voltaire, London, a new film narrated by Ben Whishaw asks why the intelligence services proved such an ideal calling for gay men in the early 20th century

BY Alastair Curtis | 28 NOV 22

From an exhibition of Zineb Sedira’s maritime works at De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea, to Anne Imhof’s labyrinthine locker room at Sprüth Magers, London

BY frieze | 25 NOV 22

From Forrest Bess's weathered paintings to Claye Bowler's personal and collective history of trans experience, here are the must-see shows across the UK right now 

An exhibition at De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea, unites the artist’s maritime works, exploring narratives of migration, power and trade  

BY Rosanna McLaughlin | 11 NOV 22

At Sprüth Magers, London, the artist transforms the galleries into a labyrinthine changing room dripping with anticipation of future performances

BY Juliet Jacques | 08 NOV 22

At Alison Jacques, London, the Turner Prize-nominated artist recasts Caribbean flora and quotidian objects as symbols of interconnectedness and care

BY Salena Barry | 31 OCT 22

From Somaya Critchlow’s alluring female figures at Maximillian William, London, to William Kentridge’s monumental retrospective at the Royal Academy of Arts

BY frieze | 28 OCT 22