Reviews

Two riveting shows, at Centre Pompidou-Metz and Basel’s Museum Tinguely, showcase the 75-year-old German artist’s ingenious capacity for invention

By Jane Ure-Smith

Vital indigenous perspectives are highlighted in an exhibition of art and activism at the Oakland Museum, which spans the state’s colonial past to the present

By Bryony White

The simplicity of the Japanese architect’s slate ‘wing’ belies its complex construction

By Amy Sherlock

At Richard Gray Gallery, sociological statistics meet medieval sculpture in a powerful commentary on black life in the US 

By Joel Kuennen

‘The Construction of the Possible’ is the uneven result of a clash between artists and the Cuban government

By Amy Zion

‘Água Viva’ is a vision of a run-down and resource-scarce future

By Dan Fox

The Black female gaze shines resiliently through the stormy surfaces of the artist’s paintings on view at Hauser & Wirth

By Rebecca Rose Cuomo

With over 100 works, ‘Straying from the Line’ brings together superb work under the rubric of anti-essentialism

By Mitch Speed

Spread across four German cities, this year’s ‘Ruhr Ding’ explores art in public space in a former industrial region

By Carina Bukuts

From her kitchen table in Canterbury, the Australian curator quietly reinvented the exhibition format

By Philomena Epps

A show at Fondation Cartier, Paris, brings together works by young artists from across the continent

By Wilson Tarbox

In his first show at Callicoon Fine Arts in New York, the artist probes the ways we use – and abuse – objects  

By Shiv Kotecha

Video

Frieze Academy - 21 Jun 2019

Watch highlights and clips of backstage interviews from Frieze Academy’s first New York based Art and Fashion Summit – with Yoon Ahn, Tim Blanks, Dapper Dan, Telfar Clemens, Stephen Galloway and more.

frieze video - 21 Jun 2019

In opening week of the 58th Venice Biennale, a new performance programme strove to soften the crowd

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