Reviews

The Belgian sculptor’s new work in San Gimignano reflects on mortality, medieval assertions of power and the migrant crisis

By Paul Carey-Kent

Found stashed under her bed when she died, the spiritualist’s drawings and embroideries go on show at William Morris Gallery

By Chloë Ashby

An exhibition exploring the enigmatic artist’s ‘portable studios’

By Pablo Larios

Celebrating 25 years of one of Tokyo’s foremost commercial galleries

By Amy Sherlock

The artist’s new series of paintings at Berlin’s Galerie Barbara Weiss unseats our fantasies of concealment

By Greg Nissan

The triumphant virtuosity of Euler’s latest paintings at Berlin’s Galerie Neu

By Kirsty Bell

From clitoris avatars to deep fakes, the non-fiction moving image festival presents a novel use of cutting-edge technology    

By Neelam Tailor

At The Drawing Center, New York, artists and writers envision a world free of racism, sexism, colonialism and homophobia

By Megan N. Liberty

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

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Frieze Academy - 02 Jul 2019

Take a closer look at what a Frieze Academy Workshop involves, with highlights and insights from attendees and speakers of our ‘How to… Curate an Exhibition’ Workshop.

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