Issue 107
May 2007

From this issue

How the political divide between democratic socialists and romantic anarchists impacts on the art world

BY Jan Verwoert |

The erotics of looking and collecting

BY Robert Storr |

Susan Sontag’s journals reveal her Warholian efforts at fashioning a persona

BY Brian Dillon |

How to improve symposia, seminars and conferences

BY Tirdad Zolghadr |

Stuart Bailey and Ryan Gander on the script for their proposed television series, Appendix Appendix

BY Dan Fox |

A new documentary celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Helvetica typeface

BY Emily King |

In an ongoing series, frieze asks artists and filmmakers to list the movies that have influenced their practice.

ed. Miriam Katzeff, Thomas Lawson & Susan Morgan, (Primary Information, New York, 2007)

BY Belinda Bowring |

Jon Savage , (Chatto & Windus, London, 2007)

BY Michael Bracewell |

ARCO, Madrid, Spain

BY Lars Bang Larsen |

French Institute/Florence Gould Hall, New York, USA

BY Joanna Kleinberg |

Live at the Annandale Hotel (Gargleblast Records, 2007)

Cloudburst and Under the Water (Durtro Jnana, 2007)

BY Tony F. Wilson |

The Frozen Borderline: 1968–70 (Rhino, 2007)

Jennifer Higgie reflects on the 30-year career of George Condo.

Negotiation and communication are as key to Renata Lucas’s architectural interventions as the Brazilian Neo-Concretist tradition she works in

BY Lisette Lagnado |

David Lynch’s first digital video feature, INLAND EMPIRE, is his most experimental work in years

For over three decades Mary Kelly has fused aesthetics, politics, psychoanalysis and radical formalism. She talked to Ian White about her unique approach to making art and her work for documenta 12

BY Ian White |

The format of the traditional retrospective is undergoing a radical re-evaluation – especially at the Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris

Estonian artist Mark Raidpere’s photographs and videos mine the space between private and public

Tino Sehgal is an artist based in Berlin. His work is currently on view at the Total Museum in Seoul.

Alpine aesthetics and Modernism; imitation and a boar’s head

Light, eye-popping patterns and a Turkish bathhouse

The epic and the everyday; theatre, bats, puppets and paintings

Deserted frames, whispery voices; marquees, mirrors and steel earrings