Hauser & Wirth rises to the challenge of presenting Philip Guston's last and most controversial decade of work.
At Simon Lee Gallery in Hong Kong, Dexter Dalwood invites the viewer to consider what painting could be.
Huma Bhabha's first exhibition with Xavier Hufkens showcases new sculptures and works on paper expressing the artist's characteristic alien forms.
At Ota Fine Arts in Singapore, Tsuyoshi Hisakado experiments with the concept of 'infinite' space.
Here's a fun fact: the vibrant colours of Hong Kong's Mass Transit Railway system was not just an aesthetic choice.
Sherrie Levine's latest exhibition at David Zwirner in Hong Kong continues the artist's examination of authorship and originality.
Wu Tsang is bringing her Guggenheim homage to singer, composer, and transgender activist Beverly Glenn-Copeland to Berlin.
At FOST Gallery, six Singaporean artists contend with resource use, the built environment, and territorial sovereignty.
Across Rodeo's London and Athens spaces, Christodoulos Panayiotou choreographs objects into magic.
Yuichi Hirako's latest paintings invoke folklore and fairytales that venerate nature's deep relationship with time.
Throughout Liu Xiaodong's body of work showing at UCCA Edge, the artist presents 'painting as an act of reconciliation and acceptance'.
Wei Jia's latest body of work explores collage as a means of aesthetic negotiation.
Marco Tirelli creates a stunning realm of free association at Cardi Gallery in London.
At Modern Art Oxford, Samson Kambalu, winner of the 2022 Fourth Plinth Commission, destabilises histories handed down unquestioned.
Sedrick Chisom's paintings and drawings reflect a post-apocalyptic America.
This year, Melbourne's Spring1883 art fair returns with an online programme featuring 29 galleries from Australia and New Zealand.
Emerging Emirati artist Maitha Abdalla delves into dreams and confusions of childhood.
Karin Weber Gallery's group exhibition is a declaration of solidarity and support for artists working in a difficult political environment.