Issue 3
October 2014

Published in September 2014 to coincide with the third edition of Frieze Masters Art Fair, the magazine looks at ideas from the past in the art of the present. Looking at art from the past through a contemporary lens, and featuring writing from the likes of Michael Bracewell and Jennifer Higgie including Thomas Demand in conversation with Wayne Thiebaud, Philip Hoare: A travelogue, Giorgio de Chirico, El Greco and Loie Fuller.

From this issue

The curator of the Prado Museum's 'El Greco and Modern Painting' exhibition on the artist's enduring influence

BY Lorena Muñoz-Alonso |

Wayne Thiebaud in conversation with Thomas Demand

BY Thomas Demand |

Art's response, then and now, to World War I

BY Sue Malvern |

What the story of El Greco tells us about how art history is made

BY Jennifer Higgie |

The return of Kenneth Clark's trailblazing television series

BY Nathaniel Budzinski |

A brief history, from Benvenuto Cellini to Frida Kahlo and Yayoi Kusama

19 artists write about a work of art that influenced them

Giorgio de Chirico's influence of the 20th-century imagination

The intertwining of art, history and landscape in Tasmania

BY Philip Hoare |

A slew of new exhibitions celebrate Pop art from around the world

BY Michael Bracewell |

Contemporary artists and ceramic traditions

BY Amy Sherlock |

The life and legacy of the wildly inventive choreographer and performer Loie Fuller

BY Brian Dillon |