Review

At Tabakalera, San Sebastián, 24 artists reflect on the algorithms that rule the world

By Ren Ebel

Within the chaos murmurs an incoherent hope in this ambitious – and at times baffling – exhibition

By Jennifer Higgie

An exhibition at Centre d’Art Contemporain, Geneva, explores writing’s role in embodiment and spiritual grounding

By Harry Burke

At Lévy Gorvy, New York, the painter reinscribes the female gaze into art history

By Diana Hamilton

The artist’s exhibition at Haus der Kunst, Munich, examines empirical uncertainty and political disillusionment 

By Hanno Hauenstein

In the artist’s survey exhibition at The Power Plant, Toronto, surreal references to the decades-long conflict blur the lines between bodies and objects, dreams and reality

By Natalie Haddad

These unusual and little-known early works from the 1960s revel in flawed functionality

By Matthew Holman

This mini-retrospective makes a compelling case for the ongoing relevance of the 20th century’s most ubiquitous artist

By Gilda Williams

The Detroit techno pioneer takes the floor at Dia Beacon for his first art commission

By Josie Thaddeus Johns

The artist’s exhibition at Migros Museum, Zurich, reflects on the political uses of platitudes and truisms

By Matthew McLean

At the DePaul Art Museum, Chicago, the artist’s methodical excavation of her own home results in deeply evocative paintings

By Alex Jen

At James Cohan, New York, sculptures made from materials collected at crime scenes indict a system of violence and exploitation 

By Kate Green