How migratory birds helped an artist tap into Kosovan cultural heritage

Petrit Halilaj has made 500 sculptures based on images of Neolithic artefacts

Rehab and reuse top of agenda at Chicago Architecture Biennial

The second edition promises visionary solutions and a few surprises

Expo Chicago courts the high-minded collector with interdisciplinary offerings

This year’s edition is designed to maximise crossover potential with the second Chicago Architecture Biennial

Art drama muscles in on documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival

Artists’ lives—including Tom of Finland, Laurie Simmons, Julian Schnabel and Richard Hambleton—get the cinematic treatment

Royal Academy's Ab Ex show is about more than just men and pigeonholes

Survey seeks to challenge long-held notions about the movement

Marc Camille Chaimowicz: Discoballs and déjà vu

Serpentine Gallery surveys full breadth of artist’s work in a great London show

In pictures: PAD London

These six works provide a taster of PAD’s tenth anniversary offerings, from Modern and decorative art to tribal art, antiquities and design

National Portrait Gallery shows Picasso as a canny caricaturist

Artist’s keen eye and sharp wit are explored in major exhibition of portraits

Mullican and Camplin expand consciousness at the Camden Arts Centre

Hypnosis, telepathy and the sixth sense are among the themes in the two new shows

The show must go on at Brussels Art Fair

Despite the security lockdown in the Belgian capital in November, Europe’s oldest art fair is back with an expanded, more international edition

What Delacroix taught the Moderns: Beth Wright on Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art

A splendid exhibition gauges the painter's influence on the Impressionists and post-Impressionists

Where anxiety lives: Jessica Lynne on Rashid Johnson

The artist’s Drawing Center exhibition channels the disquiet of black life

John Hoyland show opens Hirst’s new Vauxhall gallery

Hirst is a fan and friend of the late abstract painter

The wit and wisdom of Jimmie Durham, poet, sculptor and rolling stone

Show at the Serpentine in London is all about living in Europe—but he can’t shake off his Native American roots

All roads lead to Camden as Auerbach comes to town

Paintings of north London form cornerstone of Tate exhibition

Expo Chicago: Art goes above and beyond the gallery walls

The fair’s fourth edition will have works hanging from the ceiling, public art around the city and the first Greater Midwest Curatorial Forum

Art Basel: an old fair gets a new(ish) look

This year’s edition offers a more logical layout and a green Messeplatz project

Satellite fairs widen their appeal

Our pick of events in New York this week, which embrace “African-ness”, Isamu Noguchi, live music and pet portraiture