Review

A major retrospective at Dresden’s Albertinum sheds new light on the artist’s relationship with his hometown

By Sarah James

The artist’s show at Tramps, New York, asks if we’re too eager for young artists to self-destruct

By Diana Hamilton

Collezione Maramotti, Reggio Emilia, exhibits the painter’s postmodernist appropriation of philosophical and historical narratives

By Ana Vukadin

A retrospective at Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo struggles to convey the collective’s energy and impact 

By Andrew Maerkle

How the recently restored Abraham’s Farewell to Ishmael, on view at the Pérez Art Museum, Miami, speaks to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

By Monica Uszerowicz

A recent show at London’s Cecilia Brunson Projects allowed the late artist to speak for himself

By ​Rebecca Jagoe

At Marta Cervera, Madrid, the artist conjures up survival mechanisms and congealed debris

By Lorena Muñoz-Alonso

At Matthew Marks, New York, the artist’s enigmatic marbles and projections perform a subtle excavation of the gallery’s architecture 

By Travis Diehl

The artist’s first exhibition at DREI, Cologne, reflects on the social implications of everyday objects and the permanent switching between self and role

By Moritz Scheper

At the Blaffer Art Museum, Houston, the artist screens the lost films of a Hollywood huckster, a reminder that the media industry runs on broken dreams

By William Harris

At Parker Gallery, Los Angeles, the 80-year-old ‘professor emeritus’ presents new works as dazzling and personal as ever

By ​Juliana Halpert

The artist’s exhibition at Marian Goodman Gallery, London, seems to mirror the evanescent nature of experience

By Sean Burns