Review

The artist’s witty, immersive retrospective at the Art Gallery of Ontario broaches basketball, Indigenous culture and gay desire 

By Charles Reeve

The first, long-overdue European survey of work by the East Coast painter opens at Modern Art, London 

By Nicholas Hatfull

A timely documentary about the backslide into dictatorship reveals some uncomfortable home truths in the US

By Jack McGrath

The artist’s tent city at Hauser & Wirth, in rapidly gentrifying downtown LA, is a ‘parody of pious politically activist art’ 

By Jonathan Griffin

At the Storefront for Art and Architecture, a pop-up Puerto Rican museum employs culture as a means of resistance

By Carina del Valle Schorske

In the French artist’s evocative exhibition at Marcelle Alix, Paris, blind spots transform into vantage points

By Yelena Moskovich

In My Mother Laughs, Akerman’s pain while watching her mother’s health worsen becomes entwined with the shock of heartbreak

By Steven Zultanski

A survey at Denmark’s Louisiana Museum displays the Austrian artist’s expert linking of social concerns and surrealism

By Steven Zultanski

A new show at Richard Saltoun begs the question – how effective is self-inflicted violence?

By Izabella Scott

At Singapore’s Yeo Workshop, the artist unsettles the image of Southeast Asia as a tropical getaway

By Wong Bing Hao

As her retrospective at MAXXI in Rome attests, the late Italian artist believed in the power of the imagination to save lives 

By Ana Vukadin

At Museo Jumex, Mexico City, the father of the readymade gets overshadowed by bluster

By Fanny Singer