Reviews

At the Art Institute, an indigenous construction loophole uncovers ugly truths about the city’s racist and classist past 

By Evan Moffitt

How the artist’s work expressed the feeling of being silenced

By Zoe Pilger

At Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Simon’s art is a prescient critique of art-making itself

By Pablo Larios

In ‘Coventry’, events seem to happen to somebody else, to a person Cusk repeatedly exposes and judges

By Brian Dillon

At Remai Modern, Saskatoon, the late carver and Kwakwaka’wakw Chief’s sculptures are an indictment of destructive consumerism 

By Natasha Chaykowski and Mercedes Webb

A force in the late ’80s and ’90s, the photographer and critic receives her first solo show in over 22 years at Autograph, London

By Rianna Jade Parker

The rising star’s stand-up special My Favorite Shapes and show Los Espookys, both on HBO, filter the politics of immigration through magical realism

By Olivia Rodrigues

In Rezaire’s work, prehistoric West African landmarks stand for enigmas of the past and future

By Kadish Morris

Abidi’s comic, deflationary videos undercut the pomp of state politics

By Greg Nissan

Wesselmann’s sculpture attempted ‘to pick up a drawing by its lines and carry it’ into the world

By Olivia Rodrigues

The influence of op art leaves scant trace of the artist’s hand, but otherworldly unease pervades his repetitions and reflections

By Mary Huber

The Belgrade-born sculptor developed a language that acknowledged a world in flux

By Louisa Elderton

Video

frieze video - 15 Aug 2019

frieze commissioned film: Artist Duggie Fields leads a tour of the home and studio in London’s Earls Court that he’s lived in for more than 50 years (and once shared with the musician and co-founder of Pink Floyd, Syd Barrett)

Gucci - 15 Aug 2019

Three Italo disco stars reconnect with the forgotten fantasies of music 

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