group show

Tsuyoshi Ozawa, Jizoing, 1993/2019 (Futon structure),1988-1997 (Photographs), futons, c-print photographs. © Tsuyoshi Ozawa Courtesy: Blum & Poe, Los Angeles/New York/Tokyo

Two parallel exhibitions in LA, at Blum & Poe and Nonaka-Hill gallery, show how Japanese artists of the 1980s and ‘90s confronted Postmodernism

By Olivian Cha
Caragh Thuring, Deep Screw, 2018, oil, line marker, bitumen and graphite powder on  woven cotton and linen, 1.7 × 1.4 m. Courtesy: the artist, Thomas Dane Gallery, London, and Anthony Meier Fine  Arts, San Francisco

Recent paintings by Caragh Thuring, Phoebe Unwin and Clare Woods mine the tension between physical and imagined worlds

By Hettie Judah

In the face of 'hyena politics', five artists from the Zimbabwean capital who explore the human form as a symbol of resistance 

By Sean O'Toole

Surreal currents, charged objects and deformed bodies in the work of four emerging British painters

By Matthew McLean
Kris Lemsalu, Full Time Friend Erik, 2015, skull, textile, porcelain, plastic. Courtesy: the artist, Koppe Astner, Glasgow, and Temnikova Kasela, Tallinn

Human playthings and disfigured dolls in the work of Jean-Marie Appriou, Veit Laurent Kurz, Kris Lemsalu and Athena Papadopoulos

By Patrick Langley
Christopher Kulendran Thomas in collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann, New Eelam, 2017, exhibition view at Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin. Courtesy: the artist and © Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof, SMB, Berlin; photograph: Jan Windszus

How the artists GCC, Lawrence Lek, The Propeller Group, Larissa Sansour and Christopher Kulendran Thomas are visualizing a world in which borders no longer define who we are 

'An Invitation to an Infiltration', installation view (2010). All photographs courtersy: Scott Massey

An international group of artists comment on the competitive nature of group shows at Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver 

By Rose Bouthillier