Andrew Durbin is the editor-in-chief of frieze. He lives in London, UK.
After a seven-year hiatus, the artist returns this summer with a startling new album of ‘true feelings’
A forthcoming release from fantasy video game franchise The Legend of Zelda and a Bettye LaVette throwback remix also make this week's highlights
At Thomas Dane Gallery, Naples, the painter reflects on the time and materials of a medium that continues to surprise her
Two new collections published by Fonograf Editions reintroduce readers to the preternatural heart of the poet
The director of Ukraine’s Museums Crisis Centre discusses her work to preserve her country’s cultural heritage
Resemble AI CEO Zohaib Ahmed on whether the human touch still matters
From the first-ever reissue of Steve Lawrence’s Newspaper to Denis Villeneuve's HBO crime thriller, these are the top picks for the year
The director of Neue Nationalgalerie speaks to frieze editor-in-chief Andrew Durbin about Just Stop Oil, Ukraine, and the future of Berlin
frieze editor-in-chief Andrew Durbin chooses the best shows to see in the Japanese capital right now
Activists Phoebe Plummer and Anna Holland – who recently threw a can of tomato soup at a Vincent Van Gogh painting in the National Gallery, London – speak about their fight for the future
Lee speaks with Andrew Durbin, editor-in-chief of frieze magazine, about Seoul’s best cafes and must-see museums and finest moments on film.
From Atis Rezistans's take over of St. Kunigundis Catholic Church to a mesmerizing installation by Nhà Sàn Collective at the Stadtmuseum
At the Arsenale, monumental works question the place of the human in nature, and the nature of the human
The artist and poet speak to frieze about staging the domestic intimacies of the pandemic and post-pandemic worlds
What does the closure of the iconic gallery mean for the New York art world?
In a new collection of essays, the writer considers art, mortality and the death of her husband, Kevin Killian
Andrew Durbin reflects on the efforts of seven centuries to monumentally exalt – and incidentally profane – the poet Dante
Ahead of a three-month project in the Rockaways, the London-based artist is thinking about home, time and community
Amid a glut of painting and portraiture, a few artists are experimenting with video, photography and animation
The UK-based poet speaks with frieze editor Andrew Durbin about her debut collection of poems from Granta
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