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Guggenheim

New York

12 Oct
3 Feb

On the eve of her Guggenheim retrospective, a new book of esoteric drawings reveals the spiritualism behind Europe’s first abstract artist

In times of political turmoil, art is a necessary rebuke to escapism

In further news: Cuba gets its first independent art biennial; Germany to fund investigations into African loot

Political histories interweave with personal narratives of familial displacement, queer loss and desire at the Guggenheim Museum, New York

Danh Vo, She was more like a beauty queen from a movie scene, 2009. Collection of Chantal Crousel. Photo: Jean-Daniel Pellen, Paris

New York

9 Feb
9 May

In further news: Stedelijk explains why it cancelled Ettore Sottsass retrospective; US National Gallery of Art cancels Chuck Close and Thomas Roma

Guggenheim pull pieces from Chinese art show after animal rights protests; Berlin’s Volksbühne occupied; vandalism at Skulptur Projekte Münster

Trump’s trashing of the Paris Climate Accord makes it clear: we can't be satisfied with art about the political, art must change it