In a Victorian-era baths in Glasgow, the artist stages her largest performance project to date, featuring a 24-woman swim team
At Karma, New York, the artist herself becomes ‘a reproductive medium’, revisiting natural subjects and bringing realism ever closer to abstraction
A retrospective at Munich’s Museum Brandhorst charts the artist’s career from the 1980s to the present, from ‘fem-trash’ figures to abstract forms
At Schloss, Oslo – located in a former Porsche workshop – car windows becomes canvases for mystical scenes of origins and afterlives
A beautifully spare presentation at Lomex, New York, uses a tangle of haberdashery-esque materials to invoke transcedent scenes
The Cherokee/Choctaw artist explores the contemporary possibilities of Indigenous art at Denver Art Museum
Dating from 1949 to the early 1960s, the works which grace the stately home feel comfortable in the ostentatious pomp of its baroque interiors
At Berlin’s Zilberman Gallery, reflections on the power asserted by technological progress: can anyone make it stop?
Michel Auder’s show at Martos, reminds us why, despite the optimists, art was never going to find its raison d'être under the current regime
In ‘Clothes Line’, at London’s White Rainbow, the artist explores improvisation, social groups and the minute fluctuations of the day to day
On show at WIELS, Brussels, the artist's textiles are modes of conscious reparation, through which damage and disrepair become precious artefacts
‘Art is not CNN,’ says Banu Cennetoğlu – new works produced with London’s Chisenhale Gallery ask: are you paying enough attention?