Issue 182
October 2016

The October issue of frieze features the mysterious world of Jens Fänge (on the cover), imaginative responses in the work of Marguerite Humeau, the art and events that have shaped Betye Saar's career, collapse and rebirth in the work of Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa and 22 reviews from around the world.

From this issue

How postinternet aesthetics are thriving behind the Great Firewall

BY Gary Zhexi Zhang |

Marguerite Humeau's exhibition 'FOXP2', now open at Nottingham Contemporary, proposes imaginative responses to unanswerable questions

BY Ben Eastham |

Irony and honesty combine in the work of the late Ellen Cantor

BY Stephanie DeGooyer |

Collapse and rebirth in the sculptures and performances of Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa

BY Matthew McLean |

Iranian-American artist and activist Morehshin Allahyari uses 3D-printing technology to give new life to destroyed artefacts

BY Timothy P. A. Cooper |

Jens Fänge's mysterious environments

BY Jörg Heiser |

The US artist reflects on the art and events that have shaped a career spanning almost seven decades

BY Betye Saar |

Envisioning hybrid ecologies of the next age: Rachael Champion, Joey Holder (currently in Deptford X festival, London) and Rolf Nowotny

BY Chris Fite-Wassilak |

How technology has shaped our expectations of desirable design

BY Alice Rawsthorn |

‘Allen can take the listener from a tender meditation on the meaning of home to a stomping history lesson about Spanish conquistadors invading Mexico, and then flip right back’

BY Dan Fox |

Bruce Haines, Mayfair, London

BY Amy Sherlock |

Galerie Azzedine Alaïa, Musée de l’Orangerie, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, MuCEM, Marseille, France

BY Devika Singh |

Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick photographed by Terry Richardson

BY Paul Clinton |

Jean-Luc Moulène's enigmatic responses to creativity and labour

BY Vivian Sky Rehberg |

Douglas Crimp's new memoir charts his life in the galleries and gay bars of 1970s New York

BY Andrew Durbin |

Revisiting the radical model of the London Film-Makers' Co-op, 50 years after it was founded

BY Matthew Noel-Tod |

How are art schools changing?

BY Sam Thorne |

Islands, isolation and the difficulties of reflecting reality 

BY Amy Sherlock |

How artists are mapping the flow of onshore and offshore global wealth, before and after the Panama Papers

BY Christy Lange |

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, USA

BY Michael Famighetti |

Various venues, Liverpool, UK

BY Chris Fite-Wassilak |