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The artist speaks to Saim Demircan about the storied exhibition space, the Orchard gallery, and his innovative films documenting its three-year run

BY Saim Demircan AND Jeff Preiss | 13 JAN 22

After a swarm of bad press, Huw Lemmey speaks to the much-maligned attraction on the occasion of its closure

BY Huw Lemmey | 12 JAN 22

From the red/blue pill symbolism to the trans allegory, McKenzie Wark muses on the real-life narratives surrounding the simulated world of The Matrix

BY McKenzie Wark | 10 JAN 22

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

BY Tan Lin | 07 JAN 22

Launched in the summer of 2021, the Indigenous-led initiative promotes exhibitions, programming and fellowships as part of the Land Back Movement

BY Caitlin Chaisson | 05 JAN 22

In a new translation of her innovative interviews, the writer exposes the layers behind being a critic in the 20th century

BY Ara H. Merjian | 23 DEC 21

Rhea Dillon, Harmony Holiday, Legacy Russell, Bolanle Tajudeen and McKenzie Wark honour the influential US author and thinker

From neo-surrealist painting to coarse conceptualism, three frieze editors discuss the year in art

Billed as an update of the Soviet-era House of Culture, Andrew Pasquier visits the Russian capital's recently opened cultural hub 

BY Andrew Pasquier | 15 DEC 21

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

BY Shiv Kotecha | 15 DEC 21

Collected in a new volume, Hubbs’s new photographs transform humiliation and degradation into pillars of personal power

BY Chris Wiley | 13 DEC 21

The artist recounts constructing transitory interventions in the face of inflexible bureaucracy

BY Renata Lucas AND Ela Bittencourt | 10 DEC 21

At Goodman Gallery, Cape Town, the artist presents a video that addresses the issue of gender-based violence and femicide in South Africa

BY Ayodeji Rotinwa | 09 DEC 21

In celebration of the late conceptual artist, frieze revisits a conversation with Matthew Higgs in which Weiner answers 20 questions about his work and practice

07 DEC 21

Nick Earhart remembers his former professor and acclaimed experimental composer, Alvin Lucier

BY Nick Earhart | 06 DEC 21

J. Howard Rosier honors the designer whose work with Off-White and Louis Vuitton profoundly transformed the fashion industry

BY J. Howard Rosier | 02 DEC 21

Linda Rosenkrantz remembers the decades of friendship she had with the photographer

BY Linda Rosenkrantz | 25 NOV 21

Jamila Prowse surveys how artists, writers and critics become their own unofficial biographers when grappling with illness and misdiagnosis

BY Jamila Prowse | 25 NOV 21

Kareem Reid on how the group’s Turner Prize nomination conflicts with the B.O.S.S community-oriented aims

BY Kareem Reid | 24 NOV 21

Recent exhibitions by Bea Schlingelhoff and Michaela Melián demonstrate that the city’s institutions are sensitively reckoning with their fascist pasts

BY Carina Bukuts | 23 NOV 21