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With working from home on the rise, and climate change afoot, what does the house of the future look like?

SPONSORED BY Deutsche Bank

Zoffany’s new collection of wallpapers draws from an important chapter in British design history

SPONSORED BY Zoffany

Alastair Sooke is transported to another world with Geranium Pour Monsieur at Sir John Soane’s Museum

SPONSORED BY Editions de Parfums Frédéric Malle

After years of controversy around Zaha Hadid’s doomed proposal, Kuma’s sober design arrived on time and within budget – only for the games to be postponed 

BY Azby Brown | 10 JUL 20

Performa’s online exhibition ‘Bodybuilding’ is an intriguing attempt to bring live and spatial work to the screen

BY Juliet Jacques | 05 JUN 20

The artist’s cardboard interventions remind us that the modernist Heide Museum, Melbourne, was once a home – where people lived and touched

BY Sophie Knezic | 27 APR 20

At Museo Jumex, Mexico City, a retrospective of the pioneering architect’s key projects shows how she worked to tear down class and racial barriers in Brazilian society

BY Evan Moffitt | 14 APR 20

Through her spatial interventions at Établissement d’en face, Brussels, the artist reflects on the layering between art and politics 

BY Martin Germann | 09 APR 20

How archival footage at MAXXI, Rome, brings to life Ponti’s wit, intellect and erudition

BY Ana Vukadin | 05 MAR 20

The plan to codify a ‘classical architectural style’ for US federal buildings has become the latest front in the American culture wars

BY Will Wiles | 17 FEB 20

The redevelopment of an icon of 1980s finance capitalism is an object lesson in how London has been reshaped in the decade following the global financial crisis

BY George Kafka | 11 DEC 19

The artist’s latest commission pulls back the curtain on state power

BY Chris Sharratt | 05 DEC 19

Working with traditional ‘technologies’, artists show how the past might hold answers for the future

BY Adam Kleinman | 26 NOV 19
Article

Frieze will present the fifth edition of the Art and Architecture Summit at the National Gallery Singapore on Friday 22 November 2019, in partnership with the Singapore Tourism Board

19 NOV 19
State of the Art

On the odd fraternity between investor Peter Thiel and literary theorist René Girard

BY Pablo Larios | 31 OCT 19

Activism in the age of the ‘Superbug’

BY Keller Easterling | 24 OCT 19

In Buffalo, the artist Marlene McCarty has planted a toxic garden that draws on the area’s intertwined histories of capitalism, expropriation and utopian dreaming

BY Jennifer Kabat | 23 OCT 19
News

From the frieze archives: complete coverage ahead of New York’s Museum of Modern Art’s much-heralded reopening

BY Frieze News Desk | 17 OCT 19

New arrangements of artists from across the planet emphasize broad concepts over tidier organizing principles 

BY Andrew Durbin | 16 OCT 19

Both environmentally and socially sustainable, Goldsmith Street is a bright spot amidst the UK’s ongoing housing crisis 

BY ​John Boughton | 15 OCT 19