US Reviews

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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

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 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

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

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 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

From a Joan Brown retrospective to an exhibition of Julien Bismuth, here are the best shows to see in the US right now

BY frieze | 10 FEB 23

At Museo Tamayo, Mexico City, the artist reconfigures objects to bring our attention to what remains of their original forms

BY Re’al Christian | 09 FEB 23

From an exhibition of Hugo Crosthwaite at Luis De Jesus, Los Angeles, to a survey of Deana Lawson at the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, here are the best shows to see across the US right now

BY frieze | 03 FEB 23

The most thorough exhibition of the artist’s work in two decades showcases her iconoclastic, diaristic style

BY Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer | 02 FEB 23

The artist draws on the concept of the ‘matrix’ to reimagine the role of the individual in a time of media saturation

BY Paul Stephens | 01 FEB 23

At Luis De Jesus, Los Angeles, the artist displays figurines, paintings and animations that draw on the physical, psychological and cultural landscapes of borderlands

BY Armando Pulido | 26 JAN 23

At de boer gallery, Los Angeles, the artist plumbs personal documentation and film to create photorealistic paintings that destabilize truthhood

BY Gracie Hadland | 24 JAN 23

From a survey of Deana Lawson to an international exhibition foregrounding US imperialism since 1945, here are the top shows to see across the US

BY frieze | 13 JAN 23

The artist’s survey at High Museum of Art, Atlanta, draws from original and reprinted photography to challenge the viewer's expectations of Black photographic subjects

BY Lauren DeLand | 10 JAN 23

Characterized by a series of micro-shows, this year’s exhibition approaches postwar US imperialism through a multiplicity of lenses 

BY Margaret Kross | 04 JAN 23

An exhibition at the Smart Art Museum, Chicago, questions the role of the market and the possibility of pure aesthetics in single-coloured works

BY Alex Jen | 29 DEC 22

Paired with sculptures from the Nasher’s permanent collection, the artist’s new work explores the vulnerability of the body

BY Harley Wong | 20 DEC 22

From a show of Ukrainian women artists at Fridman Gallery, New York to Kaari Upson's first posthumous exhibition at Sprüth Magers, Los Angeles, here are the best shows of the year

BY Lisa Yin Zhang | 16 DEC 22

At PROA21 in Buenos Aires, the artist showcases a series of new films which convey the lifeforce that permeates the cities where he lives and the communities that build them up

BY Samantha Ozer | 14 DEC 22