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Critic's Guide

Vincent Fecteau, Chorus #1 (detail), 1994, collage. Courtesy: © Vincent Fecteau and Matthew Marks Gallery, New York

From Vincent Fecteau’s killer cats to Aki Sasamoto’s barroom tricks, a selection of exhibitions not to miss

By Evan Moffitt

Ahead of Art Fair Tokyo, here are the exhibitions not to miss in the Japanese capital

By Andrew Maerkle
Pierre Guyotat, Untitled, 2017. Courtesy: The Box, Los Angeles

From Faith Wilding’s animistic deities to Pierre Guyotat’s orgiastic drawings, the frieze editors review their favourite shows in LA

By frieze

As the inaugural Frieze Los Angeles opens this week, here are the exhibitions you shouldn’t miss across the city

By Simone Krug

From art world funnyman Michael Smith’s alter-ego to Ambera Wellmann’s fleshy configurations, a selection of shows not to miss

By Layla Fassa

From an epic Rembrandt restoration and Charles White retrospective, to a trip to the Museum of Frogs, the best things ahead of us this year

From biennales to solo projects, and the responsibilities of arts institutions in the face of resurgent nationalisms: the low-down on what to look

A handy selection of the exhibitions not to miss in institutions, commercial galleries and artist-run-spaces across Geneva

By Yann Chateigné

From oral histories mapping obscure traditions to VR films that transport you to a surreal world: here are the exhibitions not to miss

By Skye Arundhati Thomas

Selections include Kathy Acker’s solo show at the ICA, Pedro Neves Marques at Gasworks and Banu Cennetoğlu’s pair of exhibitions in New Y

UK-based critic Alice Rawsthorn, curator Helen Nisbet and museum director Martin Clark on what they’re looking forward to in the year ahead

With the inaugural edition of art fair S.E.A Focus opening in the island city-state, a guide to the best exhibitions around town

By Wong Bing Hao

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