Find out what's happening in New York beyond The Armory Show, which returns to New York from 9 to 12 September 2021.
At Para Site in Hong Kong, the group exhibition Liquid Ground explores land reclamation and its impact on communities.
At London's ICA, an unflinching exhibition focuses on anti-Black racism and community resistance in the U.K.
The Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami spotlights the poignant practice of Michael Richards.
In Bangkok, shows organised by JWD Art Space and Protocinema highlight global perspectives at the margins of nation states.
Nearly one year after the Beirut explosions, Beirut's cultural community struggles to survive amidst Lebanon's bleak reality.
Le Supermarché des Images at the Red Brick Art Musem in Beijing considers the saturation of online information.
Interweaving Poetic Code explores the technical and metaphorical links between weaving, textile-making and computer coding.
In collaboration with Addis Fine Art, CFHILL presents the first Scandinavian presentation of artists from the Horn of Africa.
Since Beijing-based UCCA Center for Contemporary Art announced a new satellite museum in 2019, the opening of UCCA Edge in Shanghai has been hotly anticipated.
One year on from its planned 2020 opening, the ninth edition of Glasgow International engaged audiences with the theme of Attention.
Information (Today) at Kunsthalle Basel re-envisions a legendary MoMA exhibition from 1970 to interrogate contemporary digital politics.
The 11th Liverpool Biennial hooks into the city's role in the transatlantic slave trade, bringing the past into the present in an expansive exhibition.
Ahn Kyuchul's retrospective exhibition at Kukje Gallery reflects on three decades of investigating and confronting art's relevance in the world.
At the Art Gallery of New South Wales, the exhibition Secret Paintings spotlights the legacy of abstract painter Hilma af Klint.
Ocula Magazine presents a selection of highlights at the inaugural London Gallery Weekend.
The final phase of the 13th Shanghai Biennale officially launched on 17 April with an exhibition of works by 64 artists.
The National 2021: New Australian Art makes inroads in addressing representation, equality, and understanding.