Editorial

Describe a global crisis in 600 words? Too hard. But isn’t everything else irrelevant right now?

By Elvia Wilk

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In the time of COVID-19, the artist's pulmonary pangs at ChertLüdde, Berlin, feel uncomfortably prescient

By Mitch Speed

As COVID-19 intensified, video games about disease spread

By Lewis Gordon

At the DeYoung, San Francisco, ‘Uncanny Valley’ deftly examines the consequences of our capitulation to AI

By Fanny Singer

At Accelerator, Stockholm, Johanna Gustafsson Fürst reflects on the systematic repression of indigenous languages in her home country

By Frida Sandström

The Berlin-based artist works across and between performance, text and image

By Matthew McLean

From the sweet solitude of early sunrise to the existential dread of late-night listening, these works will tide you over 

By ​Adam Benmakhlouf

A new Netflix documentary and an online exhibition at Fierman Gallery, New York, celebrate the legacy of a shuttered gay bookstore, and the world disappearing along with it 

By Evan Moffitt

When we feel caged at home, online animal videos offer a way to connect

By Orit Gat

Six minutes of the glossy new streaming app’s TV-for-smartphone ‘quick bites’ can feel like an eternity

By Kyle Chayka

At Adams and Ollman, Portland, the artist’s recent paintings depict scenes now impossible in quarantine 

By Bean Gilsdorf

Despite being full of great work, this show is at once too broad in its remit and too narrow in its execution

By Jennifer Higgie

In the Hulu adaptation of Nick Hornby’s classic novel, Da’Vine Joy Randolph shows you don’t always need the limelight to shine

By Harmony Holiday

Reflecting on the late curator, critic, art historian and impresario with artists Laurie Anderson, Thomas Demand and Paolo Icaro

By Pablo Larios

At Spelman College, the artist’s selection of images from the Johnson Publishing Company celebrates ‘a house that black entrepreneurship built’ 

By Lauren DeLand

Saturated with marketing sleights of hand and anti-capitalist theory, her work isn’t to blame, any more than I am for reproducing the same rhetoric here

By Sophie Ruigrok

In the face of creeping far-right thinking, an exhibition in Munich underscores the role contemporary art can play in ensuring historic atrocities are never forgotten

By Kito Nedo

Video

Frieze Fairs - 18 May 2020

Himali Singh Soin's Frieze Artist Award 2019 commission explores urgent questions about environment, history and myth

Frieze Fairs - 15 May 2020

The artist, featured in the Diálogos section of Frieze Viewing Room, speaks to Rodrigo Moura, Chief Curator of El Museo del Barrio

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