Review

The artist explores the politics of the female voice that speaks out, or is shut up, at àngels barcelona, Spain

Kapwani Kiwanga, Flowers for Africa: Nigeria, 2014, written protocol signed by the artist, iconographic documents, dimensions variable. Courtesy: the artist and Galerie Jérôme Poggi; photograph: © Aurélien Mole

At the Hammer Museum, LA, the curator casts a witty, critical eye on the vexed role of institutions contextualizing the art they display

The artist's ominous paintings suggest imminent threat and moral decline at Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry

At La Panacée, Montpellier, Nicolas Bourriaud’s manifesto for a new movement and attempt to demarcate an artistic peer group

The artist's early works amalgamate nature and technology at Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York

Images of sexual experimentation and chemical consumption recur in 'Sophie Podolski: Le pays où tout est permis' at WIELS, Brussels 

Viewers of the artist's exhibition ‘Let It Come Down’ at Bonner Kunstverein, Germany, experience the curious inbetweenness of a limbo state

Design-focused, craft-based and entwined in the politics and poetics of movement, the NGV Triennial’s most memorable works are future-orientated

Hauser & Wirth Somerset, Bruton, UK

Barbara Wien, Berlin, Germany

Bodega, New York, USA

Galerie Kadel Willborn, Düsseldorf, Germany

Video

Sponsored Content - 22 Jan 2018

With the sad news of the passing of Jack Whitten, revisiting a trip we made to artist's studio last year

A Step Away from Them, excerpt from Lunch Poems by Frank O’Hara. Used by permission of City Lights Books. Photography: Clément Pascal

Frieze Art Fair Video - 18 Jan 2018

Exploring New York City in the footsteps of Frank O’Hara