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Untitled takes a curatorial approach, combining 129 galleries from 20 different countries. This year the show is bright and bold, though that shouldn’t distract the viewer from the many conversations around gender, race and, of course, US politics.

 

America’s ongoing and urgent discussions around race are present at Jenkins Johnson Gallery — with spaces in New York and San Fransisco — who are showing a solo booth of work from Sadie Barnette which captures a compelling combination of potentially distracting glamour with political message; references to Malcolm X and wads of elastic-banded cash are shown alongside hologram surfaces and bullet-like rhinestones.