Orit Gat

A weak sketch of influence: on John Latham at the Serpentine Galleries

The influential artist's work does not inspire the richest ideas in the exhibition

Looking up from the couch: on Mark Wallinger's show at the Freud Museum in London

The artist makes subtle changes to Freud’s study that speak to larger issues

Work of constant change: Orit Gat on Ed Atkins at The Kitchen

The artist's latest work is fragmented and difficult, but also engrossing and rewarding

'You don't need a gallery to show ideas': Orit Gat on Seth Siegelaub at the Stedelijk

An exhibition in Amsterdam devoted to the dealer's work explores his curatorial ideas


You cannot hold this: Orit Gat on Laure Prouvost

The Turner Prize-winning French artist’s latest show productively frustrates meaning


Mostly, you just stand in queues: Orit Gat on Carsten Höller’s Hayward exhibition

Guidelines, warnings and instructions are everywhere in Höller’s latest show


Art critics need to get serious if they want to thrive online

The long read could counteract superficial reviews that focus on search engines or sales


Paul Chan: not much to see, but something to think about

The Hugo Boss Prize winner's exhibition at the Guggenheim is spare but smart