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A tactile show in Berlin of the California-based painter refreshes colour-field abstraction for our digital age of infinite screen time

By Louisa Elderton

In a show at Kasmin Gallery, New York, size reveals not the late painter’s ego, but rather his belief in personal engagement 

By Matthew Holman

In a lively group show at Petzel Gallery, the late Danish artist’s irreverent ‘modification paintings’ are presented alongside some of the many works they later inspired 

By Ara H. Merjian

A survey at Kestnergesellschaft, Hannover, shows an artist in constant dialogue with the world 

By Oliver Osborne

An exhibition at Croy Nielsen, Vienna, explores the female gaze on a world which seems murkier than ever

By Kimberly Bradley
Gladys Nilsson, A Cold Mouth, 1968.  Courtesy: © the artist and Garth Greenan Gallery, New York

In two shows at Goldsmiths CCA and Hales Gallery, London, Nilsson furthers her life-long alchemization of objects and limbs 

By Philomena Epps
Tofer Chin in his studio. Photograph: Joshua White. Courtesy: Frieze/Joshua White

Frieze global partner LIFEWTR marks the inaugural Frieze Los Angeles with a publicly accessible artwork at The Standard DTLA by L.A. artist Tofer Chin

Jeff McMillan, The Possibility of an Island, 2009, found paintings (detail). Courtesy: the artist and Peer, London. 

‘In this false universe of positive gloss and shallow passions, where can a real enthusiasm be located?’

By Darian Leader

‘These works render the real, estranged personalities of our present perturbing, alluring; exquisite’

By Gabriella Pounds
Hilary Lloyd,  Painting Assistant, 2018, specially commissioned for frieze’s 200th issue. Courtesy: the artist

‘The people from whom I learn most are enthusiasts, who take my soul to places I never knew existed.’

By Jan Verwoert

In a new book, T.J. Clark scours art historical depictions of divinity for clues about our contemporary age

By Shahidha Bari

The artist’s first UK institutional exhibition at Camden Arts Centre, London, showcases the singularity of her oeuvre

By Nicholas Hatfull