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Reviews

This year's edition of the Busan Biennale, South Korea, finds eerie resonances of cold war divisions in present-day art and politics

Three inaugural exhibitions at Charleston attempt to negotiate a century of social change and progressive values

Following a joint residency at CERN, the artists' collaborative show at Künstlerhaus Stuttgart looks at science from a layman's perspective

At Amanda Wilkinson Gallery, London, two series of work from the 1970s show the late artist’s playful, powerful intertwining of text and image

Exploring the state's complex history alongside debates surrounding Confederate monuments at the SITElines biennial, Santa Fe

At CRAC, Sète, a group show interrogates both the cultural inscription of gender, and the essentializing tendency of earlier feminist debates

Homoerotic vulnerability marks the late artist's delicate portrayals of imaginary men at Delmes & Zander, Cologne

A survey of Tish Murtha’s work at The Photographers’ Gallery, London, shows the compassion and conviction of the late documentary photographer

Works by 13 Aboriginal artists prompt reflection on the 1828 atrocity, one which represents the countless other colonial battles fought in Australi

The artist draws on psychoanalysis and an ancient calendar to explore the idea that life has a predetermined narrative at Barbara Wien, Berlin

Six-years in the making, the comprehensive ‘Museum of Obsessions’ tracks the life and work of the prolific and enormously ambitious curator 

Two new exhibitions, at the Wiener Library and the Freud Museum, fastidiously document these landmark moments in history

Video

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With a new show opening at Hauser & Wirth, Somerset, the artist discusses death, drapery and intimacy in her work

Frieze Art Fair Video - 21 Sep 2018

Curator Diana Campbell Betancourt introduces the Live artist projects coming to Frieze London 2018