ArtReview Summer issue out now


Queer activism and portraiture in the the work of Zaneli Muholi, by Brian Dillon

Plastic bags and socks – B. Wurtz’s elevation of the ordinary, by Ross Simonini

The enigmatic ocean landscapes of Maureen Gallace, by Sam Korman

Christina Forrer weaves tapestries of interpersonal anxietiey, by Aoife Rosenmeyer

Ashley Bickerton and the constant pursuit of profitable alienation, by Mark Rappolt

Our columnists have their say…

J.J. Charlesworth’s UK election special; Maria Lind on Anna Daučíková’s films at Documenta Athens; Heather Phillipson on interspecies empathy; Jonathan T.D. Neil on the high theatre of the art market


Documenta 14 in Athens, by Raimar Stange
Hannah Black at Mumok, Vienna, by Kimberly Bradley
The Absent Museum at Wiels, Brussels, by Sam Steverlynck
Splice: Re-examining Nature at Oulu Museum of Art, Finland, by Mike Watson
Ulla von Brandenburg at Galerie Art: Concept, Paris, by Violaine Boutet de Monvel
Adrian Paci at Kaufmann Repetto, Milan, by Barbara Casavecchia
Rodrigo Hernández at Kim? Contemporary Art Centre, Riga, by Oliver Basciano
Navid Nuur at Galerie Martin van Zomeren, Amsterdam, by Dominic van den Boogerd
Greg Parma Smith at Galerie Francesca Pia, Zürich, by Aoife Rosenmeyer
Ayşe Erkmen at Dirimart Dolapdere, Istanbul, by Sarah Jilani
Ryoji Ikeda at Almine Rech Gallery, London, by Robert Barry
Oliver Beer at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, London, by Chris Fite-Wassilak
Paul Johnson at Camden Arts Centre, London, by Sean Ashton
Lawrence Abu Hamdan at Maureen Paley, London, by Paul Pieroni
Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg at Lisson Gallery, London, by Laura Smith
Annette Messager at Marian Goodman Gallery, London, by Brian Dillon
Ewig Weibliche at Koppe Astner, Glasgow, by Susannah Thompson
Rebecca Warren at Matthew Marks Gallery, Los Angeles, by Ciara Moloney
Peter Shire at Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, by Andrew Berardini
Matthew Ronay at Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, by Lindsay Preston Zappas
Bow bow at Canada, New York, by Ashton Cooper
Hannah Perry at Arsenal Contemporary, New York, by Jeppe Ugelvig
Sara Cwynar at Foxy Production, New York, by Wendy Vogel
Wilhelm Sasnal at Anton Kern Gallery, New York, by Rachel Wetzler
Mark Flood at Maccarone, New York, by David Everitt Howe
Letícia Parente at Galeria Jaqueline Martins, São Paulo, by Silas Martí


Antonio Gramsci talks to Matthew Collings about Giacometti and the Venice Biennale; new strip by Rui Tenreiro draws on the artist’s experience of Stockholm’s class divide; and in the latest instalment of A Curator Writes, I. Kurator boycotts Art Basel and finds a new lease of life at an Austrian spa.

Not forgetting...

Book reviews including Former West: Art and the Contemporary After 1989, and Ghachar Ghochar, by Vivek Shanbhag

13 June 2017