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Review

An exhibition at Swiss Institute, New York, reflects on the vulnerability of our bodies and our desire for intimacy

By Orit Gat

Paul B. Preciado’s norm-defining show at WKV Stuttgart lays the groundwork for a crip-theoretical re-evaluation of art history

By Saim Demircan

A new exhibition at Birmingham’s Ikon Gallery feels at once reminiscent and foreboding

By Aurella Yussuf

An exhibition at Index, Stockholm, fuses activism, queer performance and pop music

By Frida Sandström

At Goldsmiths CCA, the group’s darkly comic grotesqueries reflect an unsettling age  

By Patrick Langley

More than 80 works from four decades mine the tension between beauty and horror

By Hili Perlson

An epochal exhibition of the Ghanaian artist – the last curated by Okwui Enwezor – gives the Munich institution a new face

By Jane Ure-Smith

Two concurrent exhibitions in London use mark-making as a way to get at something beyond what we see

By Harry Thorne

Curated by Charlie Porter, ‘Palimpsest’ turns the attention back on the history of the neo-gothic estate

By Mimi Chu

In Ralph Rugoff’s exhibition ‘May You Live in Interesting Times’, disorientation is the order of the day

By Jennifer Higgie

Christine Wunnicke’s book, The Fox and Dr. Shimamura, is a narrative of Japanese modernity spoken through divine foxes and a psychiatrist’s misfortune

By Amy Sherlock

The late US painter’s first European survey, at Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, is a missed opportunity

By Kito Nedo