Issue 63
Nov - Dec 2001

If you could have any five artworks for your home, what would you choose? You have five minutes.

Find out how Louise Bourgeois, Matthew Barney, Ed Ruscha, Bridget Riley and 150 other artists, writers and dealers responded to this question in the 10th anniversary issue of frieze.

The volume also includes a removable poster by Charles Ray and a project by Kai Althoff plus Dave Hickey, Collier Schorr, Steve Erickson, Adrian Searle, Richard Flood, Bruce Hainley, Edward Allington and James Surowiecki writing on a few of their favourite things. 

From this issue

Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Cologne, Germany

BY Anke Kempkes |

Mobile Home, London, UK

BY Izi Glover |

Kunst-Werke, Berlin, Germany

BY April Lamm |

Museum fur Neue Kunst/ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany

BY Verena Kuni |

Kunstverein & Stiftung Springhornhof, Neuenkirchen, Germany

BY Jan Verwoert |

Centre Pompidou, Paris, France

BY Sophie Berrebi |

Galerie Barbara Wien, Berlin, Germany

BY Dominic Eichler |

Gagosian Gallery, London, UK

BY Dan Fox |

The New Museum, New York, USA

BY Jenni Sorkin |

Gavin Brown's Enterprise, New York, USA

BY Michael Wilson |

Armstrong Schoenheit, Los Angeles, USA

BY Carmine Iannaccone |

Lisson Gallery, London, UK

BY Andrew Gellatly |

PS1, New York, USA

BY James Trainor |

White Cube, London, UK

BY Jennifer Higgie |

Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France

BY Laurie Attias |

Serpentine Gallery, London, UK

BY Tom Morton |

Arnhem, The Netherlands

BY Maxine Kopsa |

Grant Selwyn Fine Art, Los Angeles, USA

BY Charles LaBelle |

Galerie fur Zeitgenossische Kunst, Leipzig

BY Jörg Heiser |

Ambush for Flamingos

BY Richard Flood |

The late Juan Muñoz

BY Adrian Searle |

On Jayne Anne Phillips' 'Black Tickets'

BY James Surowiecki |

The city that dozes but never closes

BY Dave Hickey |

True confessions of a spare parts freak

BY Edward Allington |

New Romanticism meets fashion

A long time ago in a town far, far away, to the dismay of the public a sculpture was erected

BY Collier Schorr |