Published in October 2013 to coincide with the second edition of Frieze Masters Art Fair, the magazine looks at art from the past through a contemporary lens.
Do initiatives like Google Art Project help us to see more — or less?
A new book by Bruce Altshuler explores the history of postwar exhibitions
From the Louvre to the Hermitage, historical collections are being liberated from their museum walls - with varying degrees of success
How the art of the past informs that of the present
How the display of art in previous centuries can help us rethink the exhibition industry
The cats of Louis Wain
The intertwined histories of art criticism and poetry
In the early 20th century, Hilma af Klint created abstract paintings under the direction of a spirit guide. What impact does the Swedish artist’s work have on the art-historical canon?
1913, a year of cultural, artistic and technological revolution that transformed the world
The difficulties of defining and exhibiting Indian Modernism
The Director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, discusses his favourite art works and how he would like to have dinner with Rubens
A selective history of things on tables
19 artists write about a work of art that has influenced them
The oldest known face of a woman
Collagist John Stezaker and writer-curator David Campany discuss the legacy of Surrealist encounters with photography
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