Review

Works by Ryan Gander and Rehana Zaman showed it was the people of Liverpool who formed a thread through some of the most successful projects

At Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York, the artist's immersive installation and paintings from the 1970s commemorate forgotten indigenous histories

At Piper Keys, London, the artist and musician shows intimate depictions of domestic labour

At Focal Point Gallery, video-maker Ed Webb-Ingall and The British Free Cinema remind us how quickly our civil liberties can be taken away 

The artist-cum-fashion designer takes cues from the DIY downtown New York aesthetic for her upcycling show at Overduin & Co., LA

At Kunstverein Düsseldorf (and on WeChat), the artist creates personalised horoscopes for a kaleidoscopic array of characters

Exploring the legacy of the radical 1960s London gallery in a group show curated by kurimanzutto, Mexico City, at Thomas Dane, London

Grappling with America's colonial past through a feminist lens at Locks Gallery, and the historic Lemon Hill Mansion, Philadelphia

At Vancouver Art Gallery, the curator brings to light the insidious normalization - and romanticization - of North American nuclear development 

For its dynamic five-month rolling programme this Summer, diverse works explore the intersections of art and science in relation to place

A double solo show in a luxury Shenzhen shopping mall poses questions about the spectacle-driven nature of the space it occupies

At Kunstverein in Hamburg, the artist presents a vision of futuristic societies, mixing hard facts and pure fiction to disorienting effect