USA

The artist’s solo exhibition at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation is a serene and spiritual survey of her five-decade practice 

By Murtaza Vali

The last exhibition planned by the artist herself carries on her strategic semiotic slips and disjunctions

By Natalie Haddad

Ruby City resembles an edifice of red Texas rock; inside, the museum is airy, white and church-like

By Chris Wiley

At New York’s Lincoln Center, the artist’s films speak to the enduring violence caused by forced exile

By Shiv Kotecha

A group exhibition at Pérez Art Museum Miami challenges apocalyptic forecasts for a region on the front lines of climate change 

By Monica Uszerowicz

In Buffalo, the artist Marlene McCarty has planted a toxic garden that draws on the area’s intertwined histories of capitalism, expropriation and utopian dreaming

By Jennifer Kabat

The most famous painter in the US finally receives art world recognition

By Ian Bourland

In the third edition of the biennial, progressive politics and BP sponsorship underscore the tensions between discourse and direct action 

By Minh Nguyen

His ‘brutalist dollhouses’ invite viewers into the void ‘in the friendliest manner’ 

By Robert Glück

At the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, the artists’ first US museum survey traces their slick, satirical and sentimental practice

By Grant Klarich Johnson

In the artist’s largest survey to date, science fiction and narratives of black resistance offer a vision of a more inclusive future

By Esmé Hogeveen

The artist’s survey at the Hessel Museum of Art at CCS Bard, Annandale-on-Hudson, links life on microscopic and cosmic scales with moments of spiritual self-searching and reflection

By Natalie Haddad