Review

The artist’s solo exhibition at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation is a serene and spiritual survey of her five-decade practice 

By Murtaza Vali

His first major survey since his death in 1994, ‘PROTEST!’ opens with added urgency in today’s political and environmental crises

By Ian Wooldridge

The artist’s exhibition at Galerie Sultana, Paris, explores compassion as a means of resisting capitalism

By Dorian Batycka

The artist’s moving portraits of ‘unallocated’ auto workers in Lordstown, Ohio, on view at the Renaissance Society, celebrate the power of unions as job losses hit US manufacturing

By Ian Bourland

Fragments that appear torn from boats and vessels are everywhere, as though charting a course through history and geography from one world into another

By Matthew Holman

From a couture dress to a Soviet mural, the artist asks what counts as 'good' art

By Oliver Osborne

The cultural cost of accelerated growth in the German capital

By Kito Nedo

The last exhibition planned by the artist herself carries on her strategic semiotic slips and disjunctions

By Natalie Haddad

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