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Yto Barrada

Two shows in London, by Yto Barrada and Ala Younis, suggest that the unwritten future need not be as unjust or limiting as the erased past

Jardin de quartier industriel (Industrial District Garden), Agadir, Morroco, by Jean Challet, 1960

London

7 Feb
20 May
Photography exhibition on Cuverville Island, part of the Antarctic Biennale, 2017. Courtesy: the Antarctic Biennale 

Enchantment and contradiction in the first Antarctic Biennale

A round-up of the best current shows in the Lebanese capital

Thomas Hirschhorn, Globalization Reversed, 2015, installation view

Manège de Sury, Mons, Belgium

Livia Corona, 47,547 Homes. Ixtapaluca, Mexico, 2007 from the series ‘Two Million Homes for Mexico’, photograph

Museo Tomayo, Mexico City, Mexico

Libellule bleue (Blue Dragonfly) (Aeshna Cyanea), 2009, C-type print

Yto Barrada juggles her work as an artist with running a cinémathèque in Tangier.

Manaret Al Saadiyat, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Modern Art Oxford, UK