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Review

On the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, the shows to see around the city that contend with LGBT culture and political history

By Evan Moffitt

‘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

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

By Shiv Kotecha

Their latest show at Kölnischer Kunstverein sees the post-conceptual duo bite into the exclusionary social realities of art making

By Stanton Taylor

Steven Zultanski reviews five wide-ranging new collections that address immigration, love and the cruelties of the internet

By Steven Zultanski

A survey of the artist’s paintings and sculptures at Chicago’s Kavi Gupta skewers drug companies’ marketing tactics in the midst of the US opioid crisis

By B. David Zarley

Kasper reflects on a world in which everyone is a critic, every space a studio

By Sarah James
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