Issue 19
May 2015

The May issue of frieze d/e is out now, featuring Hito Steyerl, Walter Pfeiffer, Haegue Yang, Stefan Kern, Raphael Hefti and the “Post-Human Animal.”

Also featuring: Kito Nedo unpicks the shape-shifting work of Berlin-based artist Haegue Yang; Quinn Latimer discovers hot metals and cool minimalism in the work of Raphael Hefti; and from the socially minded to the slyly fashionable, Andreas Schlaegel looks at the two sides of sculptor Stefan Kern.

From this issue

New ways of bringing music into art spaces

BY Fiona McGovern |

René Pollesch and Dirk von Lowtzow collaborate on an opera

BY Manfred Hermes |

What are the challenges of producing a dance piece in the form of an exhibition?

The art of aquariums

BY Jörg Scheller |

Designer Nhu Duong chooses her favourites from the worlds of fashion and art

BY Nhu Dong |

Tim Stüttgen’s posthumously published book

BY Jayna Brown |

Included in the German pavilion at this year’s Venice Biennale, Hito Steyerl’s pointed and playful disruptions in digital environments

BY Bert Rebhandl |

What’s behind the proliferation of animals in recent artworks?

BY Ana Teixeira Pinto |

The multiple registers and references in the work of Haegue Yang

BY Kito Nedo |

An afternoon with Walter Pfeiffer

BY Jan Kedves |

From the functional to the slyly fashionable: the two sides to Stefan Kern

BY Andreas Schlaegel |

Pure Imagination

BY Pablo Larios |

Hot metals and cool minimalism: the transformative processes of Raphael Hefti

BY Quinn Latimer |

Choose a single object of special significance from your working or living environment

BY Thomas Bayrle |

Haus der Kunst München

BY Jenny Nachtigall |

Galerie Gisela Capitain Köln

BY Noemi Smolik |

Japanisches Palais Dresden

BY Kito Nedo |

Weltkulturen Museum Frankfurt am Main

BY Viktoria Draganova |

Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart

BY Jörg Scheller |

Meyer Riegger Karlsruhe

BY Moritz Scheper |

Sandy Brown Berlin

BY Chloe Stead |

Galerie Nordenhake Berlin

Gillmeier Rech Berlin

BY Dominikus Müller |

Kunstraum Kreuzberg/ Bethanien, Berlin

BY Wieland Rambke |

TBA21 Vienna

BY Elvia Wilk |

annex14 Zürich

BY Olga Stefan |