A new exhibition tells us what we’ve been missing in the work of Marina Adams, Paul Feeley, Joanna Pousette-Dart, and Leon Polk Smith.
Susan Hiller’s exhibition at Lisson Gallery approaches the weird and the unusual with illuminating, liberating aplomb.
Four Ai Weiwei shows across Manhattan explore the aesthetics of crisis and the deluge that might consume us.
The best word I can use to describe the feeling conveyed by John Akomfrah’s films at Lisson Gallery is fey.
LONDON — If all art is subjective, mirrored art is doubly so. And if there is one tendency at Frieze this year which cannot be ignored it is the use of reflective surfaces, as if to cause you twice as much grief in judging the work.