Review

Amid widespread civil unrest, a timely show at Para Site speculates on the future of labour and politics in our technological age

By David Markus

At the Museum of Art and Design at Miami Dade College, ‘Where the Oceans Meet’ looks at the ‘creolizing’ of cultural influences across continents through the lens of Édouard Glissant and Lydia Cabr

By Alpesh Kantilal Patel

Diana Hamilton reflects on the dual urges to be beautiful and well-reviewed – even when you want to reject both desires

By Diana Hamilton

The artists in ‘Time Forward!’ at the V-A-C Foundation in Venice speculate on what the future might bring

By Barbara Casavecchia

At SFER IK in Tulum, Mexico, Mayan architecture and site-specific exhibitions propose a ‘return’ to nature

By Vanessa Thill

A show at Gagosian, London, pairs the pop master with the early twentieth-century eccentric, beloved of Duchamp

By Harry Thorne

The late artist rejected state censorship while presaging our image-saturated age

By Fernanda Brenner

Shamefully, the artist was not awarded a solo show in the art-world capital until six years after his death

By Jack McGrath

Though it tactfully sidesteps the real politics of housing, ‘Landlord Colors’ offers an alternative model to the ‘development biennial’ 

By Travis Diehl

At HB Station in Guangzhou, the artist offers a shattered version of domestic bliss

By Hera Chan

A new show asks what it means to be radical in our age of spectacle

By Daniel Culpan

Season 2 of Ryan Murphy’s campy television series mixes magical realism and conventional melodrama to radical effect

By Jacolby Satterwhite