Editor’s Choice

“When Forms Come Alive”

Hayward Gallery London Through May 6, 2024 “When Forms Come Alive” presents a survey of mutable, voluptuous form in contemporary sculpture with large-scale work by 21 artists, including Nairy Baghramian, Phyllida Barlow, Choi Jeong Hwa, Tara Donovan, Holly Hendry, EJ Hill, Marguerite Humeau, and Matthew Ronay.

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Raphaela Vogel

Petzel New York January 11–February 17, 2024 “In the Expanded Penalty Box: Did You Happen to See the Most Beautiful Fox?” features the German artist’s characteristically surreal and semi-autobiographical multimedia artworks. Vogel, actor and performer in all her video works, employs an elusive “I” to question the dynamics between ourselves and machines, animals, and infrastructure.

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Calder: In Motion, The Shirley Family Collection

Seattle Seattle Art Museum Through August 4, 2024 “In Motion” presents a selection from Seattle Art Museum’s significant collection of Alexander Calder’s works, recently donated by Jon and Kim Shirley. The exhibition traces Calder’s career non-chronologically, covering the 1920s through the 1970s, and features the artist’s iconic mobiles and stabiles, along with paintings, illustrations, and

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Sarah Sze: Timelapse

New York Guggenheim Museum Through September 10, 2023 On the sixth level of the Guggenheim’s rotunda, Sarah Sze’s “Timelapse” features a string of site-specific installations created by the New York-based artist that address an image- and motion-saturated world, wherein the distinction between images and objects collapse.

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Simone Leigh

Boston ICA/Boston Through September 4, 2023 Simone Leigh’s exhibition at the ICA/Boston (traveling to the Hirshhorn in fall 2023, and to LACMA and CAAM in summer 2024) includes 10 works from Leigh’s historic presentation for the U.S.

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Henry Taylor: Nothing Change, Nothing Strange

Philadelphia The Fabric Workshop and Museum Through July 23, 2023 “Nothing Change, Nothing Strange” is the result of Henry Taylor’s 18-month residency at The Fabric Workshop and Museum, in which the artist gleaned and reused materials from the Recycled Artists in Residency program (RAIR) and collaborated with the FWM team.

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Mary Ann Unger: To Shape a Moon from Bone

Williamstown, Massachusetts Williams College Museum of Art Through December 22, 2022 “To Shape a Moon from Bone,” a retrospective survey of New York artist Mary Ann Unger’s career (and her first solo museum presentation in over 20 years), presents the artist’s large-scale conceptual sculpture alongside a generous presentation of works on paper and smaller-scale projects.

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Nicole Eisenman: Untitled (Show)

New York Hauser & Wirth Eisenman’s first major solo exhibition at Hauser & Wirth in New York spans two floors and features both painting and sculpture. Maker’s Muck—a large-scale, partly kinetic installation meditating on the creative process—steals the show.

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