Amy Sherald

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The panelists discuss Sherald’s practice and the relevance of her work within the canon of historical portraiture. Presented in partnership with Hauser & Wirth

28 NOV 22

Exploring themes of identity, originality, geopolitics and Blackness through a historical lens, the new Frieze Masters Podcast is now available

09 NOV 22

Following a recent collaboration with Printed Matter and Darling Green, the director of Hauser & Wirth Publishers speaks with Vanessa Peterson about the importance of artists' publishing 

From Somaya Critchlow’s alluring female figures at Maximillian William, London, to William Kentridge’s monumental retrospective at the Royal Academy of Arts

BY frieze | 28 OCT 22

2.3 million people visited the gallery due in part to the portraits of the former US President and First Lady

BY Frieze News Desk | 01 MAR 19

The Baltimore’s director on why correcting the art historical canon is not only right but urgent for museums to remain relevant

BY Christopher Bedford | 27 JUN 18

In further news: London’s Southbank Centre launches club night ‘Concrete Lates’; Anselm Kiefer creates first US site-specific outdoor sculpture

20 MAR 18

In other news: Tania Bruguera and Laurie Anderson bring political banners to Times Square; Polish artists protest country’s right-wing nationalism

06 MAR 18

In other news: Artforum responds to #NotSurprised call for boycott of the magazine; Maria Balshaw apologizes for harassment comments

13 FEB 18

A year marked by new visualizations, both controversial and celebrated, of the black body

BY Ian Bourland | 12 DEC 17