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The writer shares her tips for how to navigate the opening week bustle

BY Linda Yablonsky | 19 APR 22

Ahead of the artist’s contribution to the German Pavilion, Adam Szymczyk considers how she might embrace the loaded history of the country she will represent

BY Adam Szymczyk | 14 APR 22

Im Vorfeld von Maria Eichhorns Beitrag für den deutschen Pavillon stellt Adam Szymczyk Überlegungen hinsichtlich der Frage an, in welcher Form die Künstlerin das Thema Zugänglichkeit aufgreifen wird – angesichts einer Welt, die um den Begriff der Grenze herum organisiert ist.

BY Adam Szymczyk | 30 MAR 22

Avram Finkelstein looks back on Gran Fury’s contribution to the 1990 Venice Biennale, The Pope and the Penis, and considers how the immediacy of social media might have impacted the AIDS activist collective

BY Avram Finkelstein | 28 MAR 22

Francesco Tenaglia speculates on whether performance will have a repeat victory at this year’s Biennale

BY Francesco Tenaglia | 23 MAR 22

Celebrating the author and filmmaker’s 90th birthday, frieze invited him to reflect on Walter Benjamin’s favourite film and the pleasure machines of Coney Island

BY Alexander Kluge | 22 MAR 22

On the occasion of the artist’s first solo exhibition in Berlin at KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Carina Bukuts writes about his 20-year practice of deconstructing the image politics of war

BY Carina Bukuts | 21 MAR 22

Kellen Johnson speaks to Ian Bourland about how his work on the museum’s security staff has informed his decisions for curating a show at the BMA

BY Kellen Johnson AND Ian Bourland | 18 MAR 22

Fernanda Brenner looks at three activists groups challenging Bolsonaro’s anti-Indigenous government

BY Fernanda Brenner | 16 MAR 22

With nearly every museum in the grip of contemptuous Law & Justice loyalists, what is the future of contemporary art?

BY Adam Mazur | 01 MAR 22

As their first solo institutional show opens at the Walker Art Center, Carolyn Lazard speaks with Edna Bonhomme about avant-garde film, Blackness and disability

BY Carolyn Lazard AND Edna Bonhomme | 28 FEB 22

Wie sieht die Zukunft der zeitgenössischen Kunst im Lande aus, wenn fast jedes Museum in den Klauen der verächtlichen Parteiloyalisten von „Recht und Gerechtigkeit“ ist?

BY Adam Mazur | 24 FEB 22

After a series of new appointments for Berlin’s museums, Carina Bukuts discusses the future of the city’s institutional landscape with Anselm Franke, María Inés Plaza Lazo, Fabian Schöneich and Sung Tieu

Amy Sherlock returns to the artist’s east London studio to witness preparations for a major new exhibition at Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas 

BY Amy Sherlock AND Magali Reus | 21 FEB 22

25 years after its premiere, Wong’s film about being unable to escape the present strikes a new relevance 

BY Shiv Kotecha | 11 FEB 22

On Stefan and Franciszka Themerson’s celebrated experimental anti-fascist film poem, Europa

BY So Mayer | 28 JAN 22

Ahead of his first UK institutional exhibition at Camden Art Centre in London, the artist speaks with curator Cédric Fauq about how returning to Martinique after a decade made him rethink anti-colonial approaches

BY Cédric Fauq AND Julien Creuzet | 14 JAN 22

The writer reflects on how secretly loving pool led him down a path of self-education

BY Tan Lin | 07 JAN 22

Members and affiliates of Asco reflect on the influence of the Los Angeles avant-garde group and the events that inspired its creation

What role did the institution play in photography’s ascent?

BY Sean Burns | 15 DEC 21