Issue 200
January - February 2019

The 200th issue of frieze is devoted to enthusiasm. Two hundred of our favourite artists and writers pay tribute to their inspirations since 1991, the year frieze magazine was launched.

Divided into three decades, the issue features fan letters and visual responses to subjects as diverse as the JPEG, George Michael, the Large Hadron Collider, Steve McQueen’s films, Song Dong’s Waste Not and the linguistic abilities of a male bonobo. It includes contributions from Olivia Laing, Chris Kraus, David Shrigley, Marina Warner and more.

Plus, 30 rave reviews from around the world, including reports on Louise Bourgeois’s show at Shanghai’s Long Museum and Enrico David’s at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.

From this issue

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The Brazilian artist brought food, film, art and love to her social project

BY Michelle Sommer | 12 MAR 19
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‘I was 13, with a group of friends, and it was my first time hearing anything so Black and British – and, also, so working class’

BY Kadish Morris | 21 FEB 19
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‘The world certainly wasn’t perfect but that night I didn’t have to contend with an unmadeness’

BY Ima-Abasi Okon | 21 FEB 19
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‘Some have mattered more to the living Jalal, others to the dead one indulging in jouissance

BY Jalal Toufic | 20 FEB 19
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‘I have always chosen to listen to my heart and stick to my convictions, rather than yielding to reality’

BY Zeng Fanzhi | 19 FEB 19
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‘I felt as though I’d walked in on what the future of art-making could be: a curation of time and space between us and the world in which we exist’

BY Rirkrit Tiravanija | 19 FEB 19
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‘When I read that essay, I literally feel some kind of space opening up: I can breathe’

BY Beatrice Gibson | 19 FEB 19
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‘Through the doors of underworld rose a mind structured by languages inherited from the dead’

BY Forrest Gander | 18 FEB 19
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‘It’s a tenacious act of enthusiasm within Europe’s changing political landscape’

BY Krzysztof Kościuczuk | 15 FEB 19
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‘I would like to dedicate this tribute to all of Zidane’s fans (of whom I am one)’

BY Violaine Boutet de Monvel | 13 FEB 19
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‘Never before has a document of an event given such a vivid sense of what things may look like after we are gone’

BY Ned Beauman | 12 FEB 19
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The artist creates a specially commissioned work for frieze in response to Yoko Ono’s legendary 1965 performance ‘Cut Piece’

BY Wangechi Mutu | 12 FEB 19
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‘These are photographs in which moments – and lives – are constantly moving from then to now, bodies finding echoes in the world around them’

BY Caroline Marciniak | 12 FEB 19
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Enemy Kitchen makes Iraqi culture visible in the US beyond war, producing an alternative discourse and social space.’

BY Michael Rakowitz | 12 FEB 19
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‘This is the passing of time visualized through a contrapuntal freezing of it’

BY Harry Thorne | 08 FEB 19
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‘Every Wednesday, we would drink and watch Italian masterpieces – Fellini, Pasolini, Visconti – without subtitles’

BY Sohrab Mohebbi | 08 FEB 19
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‘Burdekin was a feminist, speculative, dystopian writer of essential texts’

BY Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster | 08 FEB 19
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‘It would be easy to cry to this tune, but difficult to dance to it’

BY Patrick Langley | 08 FEB 19
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‘Her strange, thinking surfaces have become the artworks I think about the most’

BY Quinn Latimer | 08 FEB 19
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‘At the first site, the freedom of the United States of America is honoured; at the second, the history of its immigrants is conserved’

BY Carina Bukuts | 07 FEB 19
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‘The last time I felt maenadically enthusiastic was during this year’s Pride, marching down the streets of Milan under a scorching sun’

BY Barbara Casavecchia | 07 FEB 19
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‘Enthusiasm leaks out from the possibility of how these things might all be together’

BY Adam Chodzko | 07 FEB 19
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The Psychology of an Art Writer provides a beautiful account of Lee’s looking and feeling and thinking and writing about art’

BY Vivian Sky Rehberg | 06 FEB 19
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‘What would Jac Leirner do?’

BY Fernanda Brenner | 06 FEB 19
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‘This performance, exquisite as always, is at once emotional and precise’

BY Sarah McCrory | 06 FEB 19
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A series of specially commissioned drawings for frieze's 200th issue

BY Stanya Kahn | 06 FEB 19
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‘I held (and hold) his ideas and ethics like a compass’

BY Lauren Cornell | 06 FEB 19
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‘Your songs are always full of colour and samples, beats and melodies, dizzying rhythms and more melodies still’

BY Sukhdev Sandhu | 06 FEB 19
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‘A convenient metaphor for emptiness and desolation, the desert is the paradigmatic nowhere’

BY Venus Lau | 06 FEB 19
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‘It reminds me of my formative years and a time of many firsts’

BY Renee So | 06 FEB 19
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‘Hong allows revelations to emerge from the most unassuming descriptions of facts’

BY Carol Yinghua Lu | 06 FEB 19
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‘It offers up a lifetime’s worth of thinking about the incommensurate relationship between filmic time and time as it is lived and experienced’

BY Aram Moshayedi | 05 FEB 19
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‘With Brexit hanging like a lead weight above the city’s new forest of glass towers, the memory of the Horse Hospital’s stone floor feels grounding’

BY Stuart Comer | 05 FEB 19
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‘He created rhythmic patterns that sounded, in your mind or on his voice, both adamantine and feline at once’

BY Cal Revely-Calder | 05 FEB 19
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‘Despite the efforts of Trump and his ilk to deny it, the truth is out there’

BY Christy Lange | 05 FEB 19
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‘Too cool for life too cool for death’

BY Stanya Kahn | 05 FEB 19
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‘I took his reviews in the Independent to be the baseline; what all art criticism looked like’

BY Tim Smith-Laing | 05 FEB 19
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‘Perhaps the shroud I am looking for is embracing lost souls and helping them to return’

BY Minouk Lim | 05 FEB 19
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‘Majerus was driven by mass – calm and heavy like a smooth car – six cylinder bicycle with no flat tyre’

BY Thomas Bayrle | 05 FEB 19
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A series of specially commissioned photographs for frieze’s 200th issue

BY Wolfgang Tillmans | 05 FEB 19
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‘The poet moves their hips like someone on a tram about to vomit’

BY Rebecca Tamás | 04 FEB 19
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A visual homage to the Netflix documentary

BY Donna Huddleston | 04 FEB 19
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‘No other type of cinema in recent decades has worshipped reality in this intense manner’

 

BY Mark Cousins | 04 FEB 19
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‘It has created a space of inclusion in a patriarchal art scene in which the visibility of female practitioners was minimal’

BY Bisi Silva | 04 FEB 19
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‘Even with the softest breeze, it comes alive and gently plays with the world around’

BY Kulapat Yantrasast | 04 FEB 19
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‘Inside the cemetery, hundreds of names descend in chronological order, but time’s forward motion clearly does not signify progress here’

BY Jennifer Kabat | 04 FEB 19
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‘The way she stumbled on stage, with her smeared lips and perfect legs, appeared at once criminally affected and wildly persuasive’

BY Michelle Orange | 04 FEB 19
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‘Every two minutes, people upload more images to the internet than existed in total just 150 years ago’

BY Orit Gat | 04 FEB 19
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‘In this false universe of positive gloss and shallow passions, where can a real enthusiasm be located?’

BY Darian Leader | 04 FEB 19
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‘I stayed first for an hour, then whole afternoons and, eventually, days’

BY Jonathan P. Watts | 04 FEB 19
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‘Here, the body becomes a ghostly mark in time, a blurring, a phantasm’

BY Christine Tohmé | 31 JAN 19
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‘What triggered the initiation of the Association of Musical Marxists?’

BY Ahmet Öğüt | 31 JAN 19
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‘The wide range of artists presented in this astonishing show was a provocation that will fuel many young curators and scholars in the coming years’

BY Adriano Pedrosa | 31 JAN 19
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‘I don’t know how a poet becomes a poet. And I don’t think anyone else does either’

BY Glen Baxter | 31 JAN 19
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‘Piper reminds me that I must remain committed to both my language and actions’

BY Naomi Beckwith | 31 JAN 19
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With new work on view at Tanya Bonakdar, New York, a look back at the artist’s iconic Venice pavilion

BY Jennifer Egan | 31 JAN 19
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‘In moments of intense friendship, pure enthusiasm is more than anywhere else possible’

BY Andy Holden | 30 JAN 19
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‘It embodies the qualities of enthusiasm, enquiry and toe-curling earnestness that art can’t exist without’

BY Dan Fox | 30 JAN 19
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‘The salient factor wasn’t ever its printedness; Dot Dot Dot just took its own form seriously to think about things we see and how’

BY Pablo Larios | 30 JAN 19
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‘In our current catastrophic political climate, we need Fisher more than ever before’

BY Geeta Dayal | 30 JAN 19
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‘Contemporary art institutions should stop looking to museums or theatres as role models and, instead, learn from nightclubs’

BY Jenny Schlenzka | 30 JAN 19
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‘Nelson is wilful and demanding, forever frustrated by the gap between expression and vision, as are all great artists’

BY Claire L. Evans | 29 JAN 19
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‘Gillen suggests that New York is less a place than it is an open-ended idea’

BY Andrew Durbin | 29 JAN 19
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Who’s Afraid of Barney Newman (1968) invokes a multiplicity of diasporic readings’

BY Rianna Jade Parker | 29 JAN 19
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‘The contemporary global economy is based on flows and conversions of energy into information into capital’

BY Agnieszka Kurant | 28 JAN 19
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‘Appointed by Barack Obama in 2009, Sotomayor is the fourth woman and the first Latina to serve on the nation’s highest court’

BY Evan Moffitt | 28 JAN 19
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‘Through its transformations and multiple languages, the poem becomes a dark mirror that reflects the missing truth’

BY Cecilia Vicuña | 28 JAN 19
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‘Its name tells you everything you really need to know: it’s big, it’s complex and it smashes things together.’

BY George Pendle | 28 JAN 19
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‘His work resembles a world from which the humans have departed; all that remains are the mute plastic things, marked with purposeless love’

BY Wayne Koestenbaum | 28 JAN 19
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‘The possibility of arriving at insights, even unsettling ones, makes the pursuit of art worthwhile and necessary’

BY June Yap | 28 JAN 19
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‘Take the heat and the breadth and the air and the life and the longing and land it in your own back garden’

BY Lynette Yiadom-Boakye | 28 JAN 19
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‘Even a piece of paper had a trajectory and a life: to be written upon; to be used as a tablecloth or to clean the table; to be burned for heat and to become ashes’

BY Madeleine Thien | 28 JAN 19
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‘When I think about Kutcher and Moore, what comes to my mind is a vision of pure, halcyon happiness’

BY Naomi Fry | 28 JAN 19
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‘This ethereal portrait also miniaturizes Mofokeng’s quest for affinity and understanding in a world dogged by shadow’

BY Sean O'Toole | 28 JAN 19
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‘Since Lucano was elected mayor in 2004, the town of Riace, located in one of the most impoverished regions of Italy, has welcomed thousands of refugees’

BY Alfredo Jaar | 28 JAN 19
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‘It’s a sinewy and organic thing, almost threatening, in an otherwise boring district of embassies and hotels’

BY Sam Thorne | 28 JAN 19
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‘Over the radio, he asked listeners a simple question: what is your favourite sound of Beijing?’

BY Colin Siyuan Chinnery | 25 JAN 19
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‘I have secretly kept two copies of this series for years’

BY Céline Condorelli | 25 JAN 19
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‘It was exactly the right thing at exactly the right time’

BY Jonathan Griffin | 25 JAN 19
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‘The sheer farce of it. Wonderful. That was what made so much sense and felt so good’

BY Max Porter | 25 JAN 19
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‘His work opened a pathway to design for me that no architectural school or practice could’

BY Mae-Ling Jovenes Lokko | 25 JAN 19
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‘His works are imbued with such rare emotional acuity and nuance that it is hard not to be first stunned and, then, deeply moved’

BY Shanay Jhaveri | 24 JAN 19
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‘It’s all there: charm, humour, ethics, friendship’

BY Tom Jeffreys | 24 JAN 19
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‘I found it at my local used bookstore more than a month before its release date, only days after 9/11’

BY Aaron Peck | 24 JAN 19
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‘The show singlehandedly thrust Africa back into the culture of global contemporary art.’

BY Kobena Mercer | 24 JAN 19
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‘I know no more perfect portrait of artist and muse’

BY Negar Azimi | 24 JAN 19
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‘Her work challenges the way 20th-century history has been shaped in our cultural imaginaries’

BY Magalí Arriola | 24 JAN 19
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‘No other installation has come close to the swooning sensation of seeing Bourgeois’s work for the first time’

BY Shahidha Bari | 24 JAN 19
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‘Purifoy conjured life from practically nothing: ten pairs of used trousers, discarded trainers, a few spare planks’

BY Gilda Williams | 23 JAN 19
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‘He wasn’t English, but he was playing an English game, the fag in the Establishment, a light entertainer, undisguised yet somehow unseen, an open secret’

BY Olivia Laing | 23 JAN 19
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‘Gray’s presence is painted on the city; he’s a local, living myth’

BY Figgy Guyver | 23 JAN 19
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We look back on 28 years of publishing by remembering what inspires us

BY Jennifer Higgie | 23 JAN 19
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‘Do you remember what that was like seeing great art and knowing nothing about its maker or context?’

BY Mark Godfrey | 22 JAN 19
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‘These works render the real, estranged personalities of our present perturbing, alluring; exquisite’

BY Gabriella Pounds | 22 JAN 19
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‘The Western that heroized pioneers unsettling the West was moribund. Unforgiven, an anti-Western Western, buried it.’

BY Lynne Tillman | 22 JAN 19
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‘I knew, while trying that chair, that I wanted whatever the future had to offer’

BY Cody Delistraty | 17 JAN 19
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For all the camp and capering, Eddie and Patsy’s antics also have a plaintive, even existential tinge

BY Matthew McLean | 17 JAN 19
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‘A magical, fucked-up masterpiece’

BY Charlie Fox | 17 JAN 19
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‘After Kurzweil’s book landed with a thud in the centre of our culture, it was impossible not to address its claims’

BY Chris Wiley | 16 JAN 19
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Hall’s understanding of cultural identity allows us to deconstruct and reconstruct who we think we are

BY Osei Bonsu | 16 JAN 19
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‘She introduced me to the borderland of craft, for which I count myself very lucky’

BY Tanya Harrod | 15 JAN 19

‘The people from whom I learn most are enthusiasts, who take my soul to places I never knew existed.’

BY Jan Verwoert | 14 JAN 19

Once eclipsed by the men in her life, the architect’s supreme originality and energy are slowly being recognized

BY Marina Warner | 14 JAN 19
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‘Released following the musician’s death in 1993, the album is an extraordinary swan song: morose, comical and utterly preposterous’

BY Max Andrews | 14 JAN 19
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‘To me, it offers a particular emotional experience – something like joyful grief’

BY Laura McLean-Ferris | 11 JAN 19
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‘If criticality indicates a desire for change, then surely the critic is actually an optimist’

BY Jörg Heiser | 11 JAN 19
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‘I started to read Mayröcker’s work obsessively. She became one of the few writers whose every written word I have read’

BY Hans Ulrich Obrist | 11 JAN 19
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‘It was a piece of long-term thinking that put aside political expediency for the future benefit of citizens’

BY Amanda Levete | 11 JAN 19
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‘If anything can be converted to DNA, then this interview could become a DNA portrait of you’

BY Lynn Hershman Leeson | 11 JAN 19
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‘Hollis’s great skill is to reconcile frugality with generosity’

BY Emily King | 11 JAN 19
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‘I keep returning to the work – even as it changes’ 

BY Dawn Adès | 11 JAN 19
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‘The bold, deep, shoulder-shaking beats of the new-jack sound era’

BY Ismail Einashe | 11 JAN 19

An exhibition at Regen Projects, Los Angeles, sheds new light on colonialist patterns and projections 

BY Jonathan Griffin | 10 JAN 19

‘The acid test of anyone’s enthusiasm is just how boring it is’

BY Kasper König | 09 JAN 19

A Beirut-based organization supporting Syrian filmmakers captures the response of contemporary art to the wars of our time

BY Kaelen Wilson-Goldie | 09 JAN 19

The inspirational founder of Germany’s Green Party and her untimely death 

BY Chloe Aridjis | 09 JAN 19

‘In this era of social violence and the return of the irrational, has the interhuman sphere become, paradoxically, obsolete?’

BY Nicolas Bourriaud | 09 JAN 19

For her exhibition at Sprüth Magers, Berlin, the artist explores the potential of indefinite loops

BY Grace Sparapani | 09 JAN 19
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‘My sense was that a shift had happened in what is only now called fashion exhibition-making’

BY Judith Clark | 09 JAN 19
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‘Chadwick relished combining provocative and problematic materials in order to probe the body and its boundaries’

BY Louisa Buck | 09 JAN 19
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‘Jones co-opts the male-on-male objectifying gaze of gay erotica and converts it to a female-on-female gaze’

BY Dodie Bellamy | 09 JAN 19
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‘It encourages you to ponder its exalted lineage while taking the piss out of you for doing so’

BY Caoimhín Mac Giolla Léith | 09 JAN 19

‘By changing oppressive patterns on many levels, the movement has much to say about feminism in the present moment’

BY Brenda Lozano | 08 JAN 19
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‘Each hypnotic frame of No Home Movie lasts just long enough to allow our minds to wander, summoning recollections of domestic spaces’

BY Hedi El Kholti | 08 JAN 19

‘Light was shone into the darkest corners of the continent to reveal the most wonderful traditions, which had been isolated by cold war ideologies and boundaries’

BY Paul Kildea | 08 JAN 19
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‘Tang’s action took place at a time when performance art was outlawed by the Singaporean authorities’

BY Eugene Tan | 08 JAN 19
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‘You have taught art within a history that is our own, with a language that is our own’

BY Matariki Williams | 08 JAN 19
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‘It’s the way he talks about his own death that amazed then and impresses today’

BY Brian Dillon | 08 JAN 19
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‘It was an architectural death mask of a domestic space and of a century of its inhabitants’

BY Iwona Blazwick | 08 JAN 19
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 ‘He is ruthless in pursuit of his vision as any great director must be; his powerful images are indelible’

BY Amanda Sharp | 08 JAN 19
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‘It is Björk’s ambivalence to human relations that makes her liberality so poignant’

BY Claire-Louise Bennett | 08 JAN 19
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‘This is, perhaps, the best ending of any film, ever’

BY Erika Balsom | 08 JAN 19
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‘Sekula’s sentences have their own nautical rhythm that brings incommensurate scales of experience into sudden relation’

BY Ben Lerner | 08 JAN 19
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‘I first encountered Lialina’s piece in college and, as the years go by, I continue to return to and obsess over it.’

BY Elvia Wilk | 08 JAN 19

For her show at Nino Mier Gallery, Los Angeles, the artist blends identities of religious saviour, politician, celebrity and cheap entertainer

BY Simone Krug | 08 JAN 19
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‘Kanzi is proficient in Yerkish, a keyboard-based language that scientists invented to communicate with great apes’

BY Amalia Pica | 07 JAN 19
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‘Sometimes, we can’t see what we know’

BY Howie Chen | 07 JAN 19
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‘The book reads as a collection of photographs captured by a self-recording camera’

BY Iman Issa | 07 JAN 19

An exhibition at Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin, transports Sebastián Lelio’s award-winning film Una mujer fantástica into the gallery space

BY Saim Demircan | 07 JAN 19
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‘George Michael has always told the truth. But I don’t believe that truth. Freedom is invisible. It’s just a line in an ad’

BY Abdellah Taïa | 07 JAN 19
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‘Given today’s resurgent far right, Haacke’s exhibition serves as a model for resisting the present’

BY Gregor Muir | 07 JAN 19
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‘A year after its release, it was still a huge dancefloor anthem and I was entering a world that would dismantle what I thought I knew about life up until that point’

BY Melanie Keen | 07 JAN 19
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‘It showed the power of placing something dumb and ugly next to something glorious’

BY Hettie Judah | 07 JAN 19
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‘His complex works embody both figurative social realism and mystic spiritual abstraction’

BY Lisa Brice | 07 JAN 19
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‘This poetic work of propaganda helped to bring about a queer communist comradeship that spanned more than 6,000 kilometres’

BY Juliet Jacques | 07 JAN 19
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‘I first saw it in a private screening room in my college library, deep in the suburbs of New England. It changed my life.’

BY Alvin Li | 21 DEC 18
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‘Perry brings seemingly disparate fields into alignment with a precision that is brilliant and devastating’

BY Tom McCarthy | 20 DEC 18
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‘In everything she does, Adele’s honesty is at the core of her vision’

BY Allison Katz | 19 DEC 18
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‘The exhibition was one of the most formative and memorable things I’ve ever seen’

BY Chris Kraus | 19 DEC 18
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‘Trawling the junkyard landscapes that surround us and hauling things into the museum, these artists offer a way out of our materially saturated culture’

BY Kirsty Bell | 19 DEC 18
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‘Namatjira’s political leaders all look frozen, dull behind the eyes, whiter than white, and as if battling an internal war with their fakery and greed’

BY Wes Hill | 19 DEC 18
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‘By its closing scenes, I felt compelled to stand up and clap’

BY Yung Ma | 18 DEC 18
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‘I spend my life as a writer trying (failing) to approximate Oswald’s verbal economy of means’

BY Amy Sherlock | 18 DEC 18
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‘Boom obsesses over every element of design – including the textures and scents of her books, as well as their appearance’

BY Alice Rawsthorn | 18 DEC 18
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‘What our descendants will make of this object depends on what survives of us’

BY Tom Morton | 18 DEC 18
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‘You invite us to forge a ‘we’ with you and your images, to empathize, nodding snorts of identification brimming with tears’

BY Mimi Chu | 18 DEC 18
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‘These are images that can move me to tears’

BY Thomas Chatterton Williams | 18 DEC 18
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‘Its beautiful brutalism suits getting older: an ascetic retreat to watch small things come and go’

BY Declan Long | 18 DEC 18

A retrospective at S.M.A.K., Ghent, explores the origins of the artist’s reduced visual language

BY Mitch Speed | 07 DEC 18

A survey at Pirelli HangarBicocca, Milan, views the artist’s oeuvre through the prism of the form he returned to constantly throughout his life

BY Jane Ure-Smith | 05 DEC 18

The artist's first US survey at Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, sheds new light on the relationship between art and design

BY Natalie Haddad | 04 DEC 18

A rare survey at Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, demonstrates how the overlapping of dream and nightmare is far from exclusive to the US

BY Kito Nedo | 03 DEC 18

For her very first solo show, the artist brings her own biography onto the walls of Glasgow’s Transmission Gallery

BY Chris Sharratt | 30 NOV 18

An exhibition at Gladstone Gallery, New York, shows the artist’s attempt to break out of step with time

BY David Geers | 29 NOV 18

An exhibition at Galerie Buchholz, Berlin, reveals how the artist uses the technique of collage to create an aesthetic of ambivalence

BY Kristian Vistrup Madsen | 28 NOV 18

This year's edition of the FEMSA Biennial takes place in Zacatecas and reflects on the craft and industrial traditions of the Mexican city 

BY Dorothée Dupuis | 27 NOV 18

The artist’s first large-scale exhibition in China at the Long Museum, Shanghai, sheds new light on the sublimation of personal history in her work

BY Arthur Solway | 26 NOV 18

The artist’s exhibition at Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris, ‘If and Only If’, inserts ‘an act of magic’ into the assembly line

BY Sabine Mirlesse | 22 NOV 18

Relics from the Valley of the Kings – by way of Hollywood – come to Solstice Arts Centre, Navan

BY Anya Harrison | 21 NOV 18

The artist's first solo show at Galerie Imane Farès, Paris, uses mirroring and multiplication to explore perspectives of his hometown 

BY Daniel Berndt | 20 NOV 18

An exhibition at Musée de l'Elysée, Lausanne, raises questions about the photographic proof of events happening in the Middle East

BY Aoife Rosenmeyer | 15 NOV 18

For an exhibition at O-Town House, Los Angeles, the artist and filmmaker invited 31 friends to photograph artworks he gave to them

BY Corina Copp | 14 NOV 18

Two exhibitions in Barcelona and Sabadell explore the artist’s ever-changing styles and painterly references

BY Max Andrews | 13 NOV 18

An exhibition at Greene Naftali, New York, sees the artist prod at our ideas of ease, humour and convenience

BY Olivia Rodrigues | 12 NOV 18

Exploring the political importance of the human body at Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt

BY Viktoria Draganova | 08 NOV 18

An exhibition at Auto Italia, London, shows the artist group's belief in the potential of visual language to infiltrate public discourse

BY Eliel Jones | 07 NOV 18

An exhibition at LC Queisser, Tbilisi, highlights how the artist invents new forms of touching a canvas

BY Moritz Scheper | 06 NOV 18

A survey at Moderna Museet Mälmo shows how the artist has insistently challenged notions surrounding authenticity, identity and selfhood

BY Matthew Rana | 31 OCT 18

An exhibition at Maureen Paley, London, explores the artist collective's well-known wallpaper 'Imagevirus' and its relevance today

BY Ellen Mara De Wachter | 30 OCT 18

An exhibition at Essex Street, New York, shows how closely Hill’s literary and artistic work is linked to her critique of domesticity

BY Diana Hamilton | 29 OCT 18

The artist’s first UK institutional exhibition at Camden Arts Centre, London, showcases the singularity of her oeuvre

BY Nicholas Hatfull | 26 OCT 18

An exhibition at Metro Pictures, New York, sees the artist explore the artistic potential in objects of everyday life

BY Shiv Kotecha | 24 OCT 18

The ecstatic silliness of breaking the rules is evidenced in this show about the dancers, composers and artists who reshaped American art

BY Russell Janzen | 16 OCT 18