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Patrik Sandberg on his years of friendship with the legendary filmmaker

BY Patrik Sandberg | 23 MAY 22

As we celebrate EAI's 50th anniversary at Frieze New York, the artist writes about her favorite, 'very trippy', video from the organization's archive

BY Maggie Lee | 19 MAY 22

The gallery enters its sixth decade as one of its founding member, Judith Bernstein, turns 80 

BY Valeria Napoleone | 19 MAY 22

For some, Frieze Week is synonymous with invitations to eat. One writer explores the sometimes secretive art-world ritual

BY Matthew McLean | 13 MAY 22

A new public program of talks, screenings and Buddhist meditation launches in the art landmark on the Bowery

BY Matthew McLean | 13 MAY 22

The photographer recalls her experiences working undercover, and how they informed her art practice

BY Megan Plunkett AND Diana Hamilton | 11 MAY 22

Jessica Lynne speaks to the artist about photographing the Rio Grande and deconstructing borders

BY Jessica Lynne AND Zoe Leonard | 10 MAY 22

A special commission for Frieze New York 2022 revives and extends the artist’s project for a changing present

BY Tom Burr | 10 MAY 22

An extract of Philip Guston's thoughts on painting and drawings taken from an upcoming book, I Paint What I Want to See (2022), featuring his notes and interviews

BY Philip Guston | 09 MAY 22

Jack Halberstam on how abstraction can offer a means of representing, complicating, dispersing and concealing trans embodiment

BY Jack Halberstam | 29 APR 22

Richard Hawkins on the crucial correspondence between the artist and the psychoanalyst

BY Richard Hawkins | 28 APR 22

Chloe Stead talks with the artists about their personal approaches to mining the past

Jonathan Carver Moore speaks to the artist about building Black queer communities through art

Colin Edgington on how images of COVID-19 attempted to capture the invisible

BY Colin Edgington | 28 APR 22

Ahead of his Creative Time commission in New York, the artist speaks with poet Harmony Holiday

BY Harmony Holiday AND Charles Gaines | 28 APR 22

Simon Wu considers how the artist’s shiny sculptural configurations reflect the art world’s taste back at itself

BY Simon Wu | 28 APR 22

frieze contributors and editors nominate a young photographer whose work excites and intrigues them

Paige K. Bradley profiles the NYC radio station that subverts the role of the celebrity and has a place for everyone on its airwaves

BY Paige K. Bradley | 28 APR 22

Ahead of her presentation in the French Pavilion at this year's Venice Biennale, Zineb Sedira speaks with Róisín Tapponi about the influence of Third Worldist cinema and transnational alliances on her practice 

BY Róisín Tapponi | 20 APR 22