Terence Trouillot is associate editor of frieze. He lives in New York, USA.
Terence Trouillot speaks to the head curator of this year's biennial about organizing an exhibition predicated on reaching the masses
The curator speaks to Terence Trouillot about the inspiration behind his first group show, ‘Alien Nation’, at von ammon co.
From Cameron Rowland’s deep dive into the history of US policing at Essex Street to Pedro Reyes’s pre-Columbian inspired sculptures at Lisson Gallery, these are the must-see exhibitions in New York during Frieze Week
The artist talks about his practice of using glass and gemstones in his work, his inspiration behind his colours, and the cosmic and spiritual presence embedded in his paintings
At David Lewis, New York, a presentation of the artist’s recent paintings and drawings reveals his continued obsession with sexual imagery and socialist Cuba
From leading public initiatives at Kickstarter to her role in the Black Trustee Alliance for art museums, Victoria Rogers is using the universal language of art to open up the dialogue
From Charles Gaines at Dia Beacon to Susan Weil at JDJ Gallery, these are the must-see exhibitions in upstate New York
Despite the pitfalls of the pandemic, the independent curator continues to organize exciting exhibitions and find new and creative ways to engage with artists
Frieze editors discuss the different trends in digital exhibition-making, from end-of-world scenarios to community-based initiatives
DonChristian Jones on the genesis of the art collective Public Assistants and the inward process of community-based work
From PS1’s abolitionist exhibition to Hague Yang’s world of precious objects, these are the best shows in North America
From Gordon Parks’s stunning photographs of Black America to Patrick Angus’s intricate queer portraits, these are the must-see exhibitions to start the new year
At the Clark Institute, the artist's first museum solo show, which explored human-animal relations, almost never happened
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
From a survey of Zarina’s five-decade career to Ficre Ghebreyesus’s display of ethereal paintings, these are the best exhibitions of the year
The filmmaker aims to make work that offers a space for people to experience 'a sense of safety and a radical homecoming for the past'
The former journalist and founder of The Afropolitan Collector opens her first gallery, ADA \ Contemporary, in Accra, Ghana
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