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A year after her death, the world of Kaari Upson continues to grow. “Never, never ever, never in my life, never in all my born days, never in all my life, never”—an exhibition of some of her final works, including

Her landmark performance work—solo and group—her films and kinetic assemblages, her paintings and multimedia installations. In a series of gallery exhibitions and public programs, screenings, and events, CAROLEE SCHNEEMANN—BODY POLITIC brings it all together at the Barbican, her first major

For the long-awaited opening of the exhibition JOAN JONAS at Haus der Kunst—originally scheduled for 2018—the artist will present performances of Mirror Piece I & II (1969/2018). And in November, the museum will host the European premiere of Jonas’ new Out

Monakhos—an exhibition of new work by Ser Serpas—is on view for one more week at LC Queisser in Tbilisi.

Very Be Careful—performance advocates of vallenato, the folk music of Colombia’s Caribbean coast—celebrates its silver anniversary at Human Resources Los Angeles with a photography show by Keith Sirchio and opening night party.

With a focus on the life of the artist in the South of France, the exhibition CHRISTIAN BÉRARD—EXCENTRIQUE BÉBÉ brings together over 300 paintings, drawings, photographs and interior decorations by the “eccentric modernist,” the sui generis associate of Diaghilev, Cocteau,

The legendary Alain Locke—philosopher, arts scholar, Harlem Renaissance advocate—is the subject of ONCE AGAIN (STATUES NEVER DIE), the latest multi-screen installation by Isaac Julien and a companion piece of sorts to his earlier Looking for Langston (1989). Starring André Holland, this

The NEW ORIGINAL WORKS FESTIVAL 2022 opens this week with a triple bill of dance and music performances at REDCAT. “Restless autumn, restless spring”—presented by Achinta S. McDaniel and her Blue13 Dance Company—works from a Fluxus-inspired score in its “response

WHAT ABOUT CHINA?—the new film by Trinh T. Minh-ha, which draws from footage the artist shot in the early 1990s—is screening in Berlin at HKW and in New York at the Whitney.. In its meditation of the great migration to

At the 59th Venice Biennale, Miriam Cahn’s installation of paintings and drawings is on view through the end of November.