Performance

An exhibition at Platform Southwark, London, celebrates the legacy of the radical drag theatre company

By Sean Burns

A new show at Richard Saltoun begs the question – how effective is self-inflicted violence?

By Izabella Scott

Scherer’s ‘didactic operetta’ at Kinderhook & Caracas, Berlin, mimics a world of debased authority

By Stanton Taylor

An exhibition at Index, Stockholm, fuses activism, queer performance and pop music

By Frida Sandström

In their latest production at Munich’s Kammerspiele, the Berlin-based experimental trio give an ‘actroid’ a starring role

By Sam Williams

At Amsterdam’s Stedelijk Museum, Rizzo’s performance ‘Higher.xtn’ unpicks the communal politics of the dance floor

By Stanton Taylor
Robert Ashley, Improvement (Don Leaves Linda), 2019, performance. Courtesy: The Kitchen; photograph: © Al Foote III

This opera wants to know whether memory is scientific or occult. It answers the question by rejecting it.

By Diana Hamilton

The late Brazilian artist’s retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro, is a delicate exploration of his multi-faceted practice

By Fernanda Brenner
Paraíso Fiscal, KOMOSABERLO for Perfuch 3D, 2018, performance documentation. Courtesy: the artist and UV Studios, Buenos Aires; photograph: Santiago Valentinis

From the effects of the economic crisis on art to the power of public participation and the most innovative non-profit spaces across the city

By Multiple Authors
Emily Mast, Continuous Wave (2019), performance documentation at Frieze Los Angeles 2019. Courtesy: the artist/Frieze

The RU.in.ART commission at Frieze Los Angeles channels the history of Californian performance into a celebration of the present moment 

By Megan Metcalf

Los Angeles

14 Feb
17 Feb

‘I held (and hold) his ideas and ethics like a compass’

By Lauren Cornell