Issue 61
September 2001

Pack your suitcase for Timbuctoo with the latest issue of frieze, including an international survey of the hotel-hang outs of artists and writers, James Roberts on Vidya Gastaldon and Jean-Michel Wicker, Dan Fox on the mysterious poet and boxer Arthur Cravan and a look back at the opening of the Venice Biennale.


From this issue

Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York, USA

BY Michael Wilson |

Tate Modern, London, UK

BY Alex Farquharson |

The Battle of Orgreave, London, UK

BY Alex Farquharson |

The 49th Venice Biennale

BY Dan Fox AND Jörg Heiser |

Why the 'Superhumanism' conference couldn't live up to its own expectations

BY Rachel Abrams |

Art and architecture collective Muf

BY Kester Rattenbury |

'An Audience with The Cope'

'Platinum Oasis' at the Coral Sands

BY Charles LaBelle |

Probing our fascination with the red planet

BY Kristin Jones |

Discovering the difficulty of preserving the nuances of language

The golden age of travel literature

Vidya Gastaldon & Jean-Michel Wicker

BY James Roberts |

'The only quick map reference supplement to all old and new street names'