Amy Sherlock is deputy editor of frieze and is based in London, UK.
The strengths of regional approaches in a country deeply divided by the dual crises of Covid-19 and Brexit
From an exhibition of Francis Bacon’s ‘beasts’ to Terrence Malick’s film on the life of Christ, these are the top picks for the year
COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter were two of the major events that signalled the changes that may – and in many cases must – come next year
The singer discusses sex, dancing and Elvis on his new album, Set My Heart on Fire Immediately
Global pandemic may have altered our sense of time but, in the Chinese artist’s work, the present is an illusion anyway
As UK ceramics courses dwindle, Troy Town Art Pottery is providing paid weekend employment for a group of young trainees
In our first issue of the new decade, we look back on some of the best (and worst) of the last ten years and find a few reasons to be excited for 2020
After a storied career documenting faraway places and ‘outsiders’ closer to home, the German experimental filmmaker turns the lens on her own life in her new feature, Paris Calligrammes
The artists, collectives, movements and tendencies that shaped art in the 2010s
At the Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris, a remarkable designer gets her due. Across town, at Musée des arts décoratifs, a show of princely riches complicates her legacy.
Was there anything the Renaissance freewheeler couldn’t do?
As catwalk season begins, the activist behind the original slogan t-shirt says that sustainability must no longer be optional
An elegant exhibition of ceramics at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, UK, questions our expectation of functionality
From the Loewe Craft Prize to the Object & Thing fair, why traditional techniques are the future
Celebrating 25 years of one of Tokyo’s foremost commercial galleries
The provocative New York performance artist talks about her influences – from surfing to Jack Smith
The simplicity of the Japanese architect’s slate ‘wing’ belies its complex construction
From costumes to cubism, this impressive retrospective showcases the wide-ranging career of a Russian avant-garde icon
From demanding choreographies to ‘the sea of our subconscious’, further highlights from the National Pavilions in the Giardini
Christine Wunnicke’s book, The Fox and Dr. Shimamura, is a narrative of Japanese modernity spoken through divine foxes and a psychiatrist’s misfortune
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