Issue 211

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‘Technological advancement does not assuage our fears’

BY Goshka Macuga | 19 JUN 20

Warburg has been credited with both inventing and destroying art history

BY Bill Sherman | 19 JUN 20

Short fiction inspired by Aby Warburg’s ‘Panel B’

BY Claire-Louise Bennett | 19 JUN 20

Is this art? Science? Who cares?

BY Carmen Winant | 19 JUN 20

‘There is pain and suffering in these pictures, but also pure possibility’

BY Brian Dillon | 19 JUN 20

‘This is how you walk through water’

BY Vanessa Onwuemezi | 11 JUN 20

The New York-based photographer answers our questionnaire

BY Cindy Sherman | 29 MAY 20

Before Twitter, Félix Fénéon’s daily ‘novels in three lines’ made a literary art form of current affairs

BY Francesca Wade | 22 MAY 20

Ahead of his new work, filmed on a boat in Venice, an interview with the Italian auteur

BY Barbara Casavecchia | 15 MAY 20

From @jerrygogosian to @bradtroemel, memes have become a primary method of institutional critique

BY Mike Pepi | 29 APR 20

On the video-sharing app, laughter lubricates the wheels of the desperation train

BY Rob Horning | 29 APR 20

Why be part of the art world when you can just crash the party? 

BY Steven Phillips-Horst | 29 APR 20

The critic’s folksy guide, How to Be an Artist, includes some valuable insight on the creative process 

BY Dan Fox | 29 APR 20

Frieze magazine has been redesigned, beginning with our May/June issue

BY Andrew Durbin | 29 APR 20

The artist’s installation – based on the interior of a nearby gay cruising bar – invokes a haunted sense of refuge

BY Matthew McLean | 20 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

An exhibition at Jan Kaps, Cologne, stresses the trauma of economic transformations in formerly socialist countries

BY Moritz Scheper | 08 APR 20

The artist’s photographs of domestic spaces, souks and bodegas, displayed on 100 bus stops around New York and at Helena Anrather, are ‘altogether unworldly’ 

BY Shiv Kotecha | 07 APR 20

Global pandemic may have altered our sense of time but, in the Chinese artist’s work, the present is an illusion anyway

BY Amy Sherlock | 06 APR 20