Review

Curator Brook Andrew’s proposal that creativity is an important means of truth-telling is a bolt of much-needed optimism

By Jennifer Higgie

The artist’s exhibition at Mies van der Rohe’s Haus Esters in Krefeld explores architecture’s aim for social reform

By Moritz Scheper

The artist’s installation at Barbara Wien, Berlin, leaves things pleasingly open to interpretation

By Mitch Speed

‘Have You Seen a Horizon Lately?’ feels like a hauntingly apposite question for these dark times

By Kito Nedo

A workshop at a primary school in east London provides an antidote to the seriousness of art criticism 

By ​Olamiju Fajemisin

Pinacoteca de São Paulo presents a number of public-facing projects that correct the record about the famously reclusive artist 

By Giampaolo Bianconi

In the time of COVID-19, the artist's pulmonary pangs at ChertLüdde, Berlin, feel uncomfortably prescient

By Mitch Speed

At the DeYoung, San Francisco, ‘Uncanny Valley’ deftly examines the consequences of our capitulation to AI

By Fanny Singer

At Accelerator, Stockholm, Johanna Gustafsson Fürst reflects on the systematic repression of indigenous languages in her home country

By Frida Sandström

At Adams and Ollman, Portland, the artist’s recent paintings depict scenes now impossible in quarantine 

By Bean Gilsdorf

At Spelman College, the artist’s selection of images from the Johnson Publishing Company celebrates ‘a house that black entrepreneurship built’ 

By Lauren DeLand

Saturated with marketing sleights of hand and anti-capitalist theory, her work isn’t to blame, any more than I am for reproducing the same rhetoric here

By Sophie Ruigrok