Christy Lange

Christy Lange is programme director of Tactical Tech and a contributing editor of frieze. She lives in Berlin, Germany. 

From Stephanie Lepp to Francesca Panetta and Halsey Burgund, artists are using AI to reveal the fragility of our trust in basic information

BY Christy Lange | 03 DEC 20

‘Despite the efforts of Trump and his ilk to deny it, the truth is out there’

BY Christy Lange | 05 FEB 19

What is the future of our photos in an age when images – and the machine-readable data they contain – no longer belong to us? 

BY Christy Lange | 04 JUN 18

A new video installation from Richard Mosse investigates the refugee crisis

BY Christy Lange | 04 MAR 17

Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, Germany

BY Christy Lange | 18 JAN 17

What I’ve learned from Trump’s election

BY Christy Lange | 09 NOV 16

With the death of Gawker and the rise of Trump, free speech is under threat

BY Christy Lange | 02 NOV 16

Frieze Talks address the critical issue of open and closed borders

BY Christy Lange | 05 OCT 16

How artists are mapping the flow of onshore and offshore global wealth, before and after the Panama Papers

BY Christy Lange | 16 SEP 16

Various venues, Zurich, Switzerland

BY Christy Lange | 27 JUN 16

How the anonymous film collective Abounaddara represents daily life in Syria

BY Christy Lange | 18 MAR 16

Raising questions about rising rents

BY Christy Lange | 18 NOV 15

Palazzo Reale, Milan, Italy

BY Christy Lange | 21 OCT 15

Various venues, Arles, France

BY Christy Lange | 25 SEP 15

Visualizing the Snowden archive

BY Christy Lange | 01 SEP 15

Various venues, Kyoto, Japan

BY Christy Lange | 22 APR 15

Kadist Art Foundation, Paris, France

BY Christy Lange | 15 DEC 14

Peter Piller picked a peck of prickly pictures

BY Christy Lange | 14 NOV 14

How artists and photographers in Japan have responded to the disasters of 3 March 2011

BY Christy Lange | 22 SEP 14