Review

Undulating lines, meandering colours and the crackle of an electric current in the work of the Hungarian artist 

At Tim Van Laere Gallery, Antwerp, Kowalkski's works point to our anxious existence in a brave new world

At Richard Saltoun, London, two artists share the belief that rhythm is a trait of the body and women’s bodies are too closely policed

The LA-based painter’s exquisite skewing of Renaissance and biblical scenes at Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London

Otherworldly sculptures warp the spaces and histories they occupy, in shows at Clearing and Salon 94, and for the Met Roof Garden commission

Vibrant paintings by the self-taught Brazilian artist, recently unearthed over two years of research, take centre stage in São Paulo

From Glenn Ligon’s first solo exhibition in Italy, at Thomas Dane Gallery, to a unique project in an ancient Roman aqueduct

At Museo Jumex, Mexico City, a dense survey of work disrupting oppressive power dynamics in formerly colonized regions

Spectral lone female figures pose and recline in a series of nebulous paintings on view at Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich

The artist explores the interplay between fact and fiction, and the individual versus the collective, at Ujazdowski Castle CCA, Warsaw

Exploring self-exoticization and the migrant experience, the artist reprises her father's kebab shop as a cyclical performance at Kim?, Riga 

In ‘Terra Infirma’, the artist creates a dark and distorted vision of domesticity at Pulitzer Arts Foundation, St. Louis