Review

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

The artist’s montages, at David Lewis, New York, are elegant but cryptic reflections on belonging and complicity

By Mitch Speed

By transforming Paris’s Lafayette Anticipations into a weaving machine, the Dutch designer suggests alternative architectural uses of textiles

By Emily King

The works on paper at Parker Gallery, in Los Angeles, ‘encounter memories, fantasies and dream images along the way’

By Jonathan Griffin

At the Met Breuer, a winding path guides viewers through the late artist’s seductive, organic sculptures 

By Sophie Kovel

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

By Charles Reeve