New York

Majoli’s historical subjects couldn’t have known that the community for which they became sex symbols would soon be marked with a valedictory contingency – annihilation

By Shiv Kotecha

The painter’s work, on view at Tina Kim Gallery in New York, focuses our sight while urging us beyond it

By David Geers

The artist’s work captures what it feels like to see your own body on the floor, in pieces, and how that might be the only way to survive having survived

By Audrey Wollen

The Asian-American designers embrace alienation as an integral aspect of identity

By Simon Wu

New work on view at Lévy Gorvy proves that the artist, nearing 90, is at the top of his game

By Glenn Adamson

The Drawing Center, in New York, presents a historically and formally diverse collection of works by incarcerated artists

By Chris Wiley

At two solo museum shows, the artist’s animations extend beyond the screen to sculpture, an experimental dance album and merchandise

By Michael Bullock

At New York’s Lincoln Center, the artist’s films speak to the enduring violence caused by forced exile

By Shiv Kotecha

Can a trio of exhibitions in New York shed light on this enigmatic figure?

By Jessica Lynne

It’s tempting to read Haacke’s longstanding work of institutional critique as prescient.

By Alyssa Battistoni

In Buffalo, the artist Marlene McCarty has planted a toxic garden that draws on the area’s intertwined histories of capitalism, expropriation and utopian dreaming

By Jennifer Kabat

On view at the New Museum, New York, the artist’s avocado oil paintings further her engagement with the politics of migration, trade and diaspora

By Benoît Loiseau