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Contemporary Art and Culture

From the all-women programme at The National Museum of Contemporary Art Athens to Marianna Simnett’s UEFA-inspired film

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From Catalina Schliebener Muñoz’s twisted takes on fairy tales to Will Stovall’s defamiliarized worlds, here’s what to see in North America 

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From Otobong Nkanga’s ritualistic compositions to the biophilic design of Tropical Modernism

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From Joan Semmel’s unflinching depiction of female sexuality to Atiéna R. Kilfa’s sharp reimagining of film noir techniques

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From a collection of stories inspired by Franz Kafka to Lauren Elkin’s debut novel, the frieze team chooses its beach reads

 

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From Julie Tolentino’s sculptural alchemy to a new survey on Käthe Kollwitz, which reintroduces the lionized artist to a new generation

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From Dean Sameshima's vulnerable silhouettes to Danica Lundy's carnal paintings of the female body, here's what not to miss

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From the dark world of Pierre Huyghe’s AI installations to Silvia Rosi’s vibrant portraits of personal histories

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From Joan Jonas’s layered installations to Alexander Apóstol’s archetypal characters of Venezuelan society

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From Yuko Mohri’s delicate musical sculptures to Kapwani Kiwanga’s brilliant beadwork which acts as a meditation on the history of global trade

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From Bettina Pousttchi’s fluid documentation of urban space to Zhanna Kadyrova’s installations devised to help the war effort in Ukraine

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From Koo Jeong-A’s scented pavilion to Julien Creuzet’s ‘layers of history’, here's what not to miss during this year’s Biennale 

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The frieze team selects the international shows they’re most excited about during this year’s Biennale 

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From Graham Little’s meditations on beauty to Marie Watt’s expansive material exploration in her first travelling retrospective

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From a posthumously published book by Elias Canetti to Lauren Oyler’s latest collection of essays, the frieze team recommend the new books they’re most excited about

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From Zineb Sedira’s anticolonial cinema to Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley’s immersive archives

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From Jim Shaw’s hallucinatory visions to Leonard Rickhard’s modernist depictions of infrastructure and machinery, here’s what not to miss this March

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From Cauleen Smith's elegiac songbook to Marcel Dzama's surreal landscapes of Canoe Lake, here's what not to miss this March

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The Hammer Museum curator selects groundbreaking ceramics by Sharif Farrag and Rose B Simpson, and a painting by Roberto Gil De Montes he describes as “a delightful journey”

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Los Angeles's history of set design informs Art Production Fund’s “Set Seen,” with projects by Sharif Farrag, Ryan Flores, Derek Fordjour, Pippa Garner, Matt Johnson and Cynthia Talmadge

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