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Art, Propaganda and Resistance: ‘Self-Determination – A Global Perspective’ at Imma, Dublin

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10 Global Events You Can’t Miss Happening in the Art World in 2024

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Henry Taylor’s ‘B Side’: A Photo Album of Black Existence

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Banks Violette’s Light Sculptures at Celine Boutiques Capture A Fall in Fourteen Acts

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Guadalupe Maravilla’s Healing Instrument

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How ‘Pictures of Us’ Channels the Universality of the Human Experience

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In Sallisa Rosa’s Miami Debut, 100-Plus Ceramics Form a Magical Cave of Memories

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Ser Serpas’s New York Homecoming

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How ‘Bloody Lipstick, Blooming Dirt’ at Zéruì Exposes Our Toxic Relationship With Nature

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Shezad Dawood’s ‘Leviathan’ Is An Experiential Procession Between the Pews of Salisbury Cathedral

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At Lausanne’s Photo Elysée, a history of photography in three acts

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Ambition and Downfall Coalesce in Derek Fordjour’s Circus

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Jem Perucchini Celebrates the Legacy of Black British People in ‘Rebirth of a Nation’ in Brixton’s Underground Station

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How Bingen TV at Mimosa House Explores the Art Gallery as a Garden

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How Tamara Henderson’s ‘Green in the Grooves’ Explores the Importance of a Communion With the Earth That Surrounds Us

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Antonio Scott Nichols: Interdimensional Life on Saturn

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Urgent Calls to Action: How The Recent Unveils the Depths of our Environmental Crisis

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At Maison la Roche, Ludovic Nkoth Reframes the Portrayal of Blackness

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Sin Wai Kin’s Portraits at Soft Opening: “Every Character That I’m Trying to Create Is a Site for People to See Themselves”

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Ferrari, birdsong and the forces of nature: Nico Vascellari in Florence

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How Lawrence Lek Built a Fictional AI Conglomerate Inside an Abandoned Berlin Shopping Centre

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How ‘Chopped and Screwed’ at White Cube, New York, Investigated Systems and Structures

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Arlette’s José at Rose Easton: A Church In Which to Reflect Upon the Personal, Temporal and Sacred

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Ali Banisadr Pieces a Fragmented World Back Together In ‘The Changing Past’ at Victoria Miro

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