Review

The sculptor’s solo exhibition at Oakville Galleries blurs the boundaries between chance and artistic selection

By Charles Reeve

The painter’s work, on view at Tina Kim Gallery in New York, focuses our sight while urging us beyond it

By David Geers

Fin de siècle squalor and sardonic masques in ‘Grand Hotel Abyss’, the 2019 edition of the annual Austrian festival

By Adam Kleinman

Dragons, spirits and transformations at Julia Stoschek, Berlin

By Skye Arundhati Thomas

Patrick D. Flores’s southeast Asia-focused exhibition is hopeful, in spite of its sometimes academic tenor

By Max Crosbie-Jones

In an exhibition at Focal Point Gallery, the artist looks to the local marshes of Canvey Island with a weird degree of hope  

By Tom Morton

The most remarkable thing about ‘The Mysterious Correspondent’ is the way it deals directly with gay and lesbian characters

By Aaron Peck

An exhibition at SFMOMA, named for the 1990 geopolitical term, considers the relationship between art and activism since the fall of the Iron Curtain 

By Adam Kleinman

The artist’s work captures what it feels like to see your own body on the floor, in pieces, and how that might be the only way to survive having survived

By Audrey Wollen

Pain and Glory, the director’s best film in 15 years, is a moving meditation on mortality, heartbreak and cinema 

By Evan Moffitt

The artist’s survey at LACMA showcases her dynamic engagement with the history of modernism and socio-political conflict 

By Ara H. Merjian

Anders Dickson’s ‘Songs of Rain and Hobo Chili’ conjures the ephemerality of place

By Krzysztof Kościuczuk