Review

Walid Raad, ‘Walid Raad – Let’s be honest, the weather helped’, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 2019, installation view, 2019; photograph: Gert Jan van Rooij

At the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, it’s hard to tell what’s real and what isn’t

By Alan Gilbert

A new installation at CCA, Glasgow, reflects on capitalism’s failure to protect even the identities it formed

By ​Hussein Mitha
Omer Fast, Der Oylem iz a Goylem, 2019, production still. Courtesy: the artist 

In three video installations, the artist stages theatrical mise-en-scènes at Salzburger Kunstverein

By Hili Perlson

‘Māori Moving Image’ reflects the depth and breadth of animation, film and video created by New Zealand’s Indigenous artists 

By Matariki Williams

The newly reissued novel maps the intimate spatial connections between fascism and patriarchy in postwar Austria

By Matthew Turner

A new retrospective shows a different side to the cosmic dreamer

By Figgy Guyver

Two shows at David Zwirner, New York, champion the artist's ability to capture the sound of a now-bygone world

By Andrew Durbin

Hernandez catalogues the avenues and intersections that make Los Angeles a city, and not only a web of connections between the area’s freeways and suburban sprawl

By Jennifer Piejko

Yevgeniy Fiks’s photographs, both elegiac and irreverent, challenge an idealized Russian heterosexuality

By Jennifer Wilson

At C3A, Córdoba, the artist explores the strategies of theatre and its relation to the audience

By Rafael Barber Cortell

While some have written that Norman Fucking Rockwell! is about the coming end of America, Del Rey knows that America is already over

By Audrey Wollen

From political caricatures to self-contradictory statements by Donald Trump, this year’s edition of the biennial pays tribute to the potential of satire

By Emily McDermott