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Contemporary Art and Culture

Amid various exhibitions, CONDO returns to the capital after a four-year hiatus to promote international collaboration between galleries

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From Lin May Saeed’s exhilarating yet urgent plea for ecological responsibility to a once-in-a-generation retrospective of Mark Rothko that encompasses his magnificent oeuvre

 

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Apply by Friday 16 February to attend our free art-writing course, in collaboration with Phileas – The Austrian Office for Contemporary Art and open to emerging writers from Austria, Germany and Switzerland

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From Richard Prince’s nightmarish appropriations at Gagosian to Lisetta Carmi’s recently rediscovered photographs at Estorick Collection

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From Moki Cherry's feminist reimagining of family life to a captivating retrospective of the self-declared mystic James Lee Byars

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The former Metropolitan Museum of Art and Tate Modern curator has been appointed as Creative Advisor for Frieze Masters, following her direction of the acclaimed Studio section at the 2023 edition 

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From Candice Lin's tales of demonic transformation to Elif Saydam's overlapping of schmaltz and camp

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From Yinka Shonibare's bizarre and dreamlike manifestations to a broad retrospective of Hiroshi Sugimoto, spanning decades of conceptually diverse projects on the uncanny 

 

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From a new novel by Teju Cole to the English language debut of an iconic Japanese novel, the frieze team recommend what they’re reading

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From a group show at Fondation Pernod Ricard, Paris, exploring the marginalized and transient to Frank Sweeney’s 1970s bedroom at EVA International in Ireland

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From Tetsuya Ishida’s disaffected oil paintings at Gagosian, New York, to Ato Ribeiro’s wooden weavings at Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, Atlanta

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From Sarah Lucas’s hotly anticipated retrospective at Tate Britain to Christian Marclay’s Kafkaesque Nightmare at White Cube Mason’s Yard

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From Anri Sala’s marbled explorations of divine time at Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris to the first show dedicated to Wanda Czełkowska outside of Poland

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From a survey of African fashion at the Brooklyn Museum, New York, to Florian Krewer’s animalistic oil paintings at Aspen Art Museum

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From Edita Schubert’s performative paintings at Galerie Molitor, Berlin, to Sin Wai Kin’s new video installation at Fondazione Memmo, Rome

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From Alix Vernet’s street casts at Helena Anrather, New York, to Myrlande Constant’s mystical tapestries at Fowler Museum at UCLA, Los Angeles

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From Alexander Tovborg’s spiritual yearning to collective mythologies as told by Miralda

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From new fiction by Isabel Allende to the first Bulgarian novel to win the Man Booker International, the frieze team recommend new favourites and future classics

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From Mark Bradford’s eloquent abstractions to Keith Haring’s first museum exhibition in Los Angeles

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From a major Carrie Mae Weems survey in London to a city-wide Biennial in Liverpool 

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