Review

Shannon Bool’s show at Kunstverein Braunschweig calls attention to the exoticising and objectifying vision of Le Corbusier

By Carina Bukuts

Tanaka’s retrospective at Moderna Museet, Stockholm, reveals humour and radicality in everyday things
 

By John Quin

With the current debate on art institutions’ reliance on private funding, the Dutch artist teaches us how to avoid becoming complicit in a company’s shady activities 

By Kito Nedo

From storyboards to full-sized film sets, the artist’s show at Tim Van Laere, Antwerp, plays with cinematic techniques to make us believe in a constructed world

By Hettie Judah

Radical feminist Valerie Solanas is the ambivalent guiding force in Chu’s debut book Females

By Bryony White

A new exhibition at Tramps reveals 40 years of hidden painting

By Sean Burns

Ruby City resembles an edifice of red Texas rock; inside, the museum is airy, white and church-like

By Chris Wiley

At Damien & The Love Guru, Brussels, Clark queers the historical record about a past cultural figure

By Vivian Sky Rehberg

At the Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris, a remarkable designer gets her due. Across town, at Musée des arts décoratifs, does a show of princely riches complicate her legacy?

By Amy Sherlock

At Blindspot Gallery, twin solo exhibitions use the weather to reflect on political oppression

By Hera Chan

The Berlin-based artist’s mid-career retrospective at Spain’s Reina Sofía is a free and self-determining triumph

By Wes Hill

A new exhibition at London’s Wellcome Collection shows us why we should advocate for and defend the importance of ‘play’ – for our mental health as well as creativity

By Hettie Judah