Issy Wood

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The acclaimed comedian wants to be “Bahrain-y-prince wealthy” enough to put an Olafur Eliasson on his wall and finds Issy Wood equally fun and menacing

The London-based artist has her first Korean show during Frieze Seoul. Are there parallels between her sensual and sinister images and recent recalibrations of Korean identity?

BY Hiji Nam |

Other highlights include boygenius’s European and North American tour and Phoebe Walker's debut novel, Temper

BY Chloe Stead |

Ranging from Zak Kitnick’s metal work to Melvin Edward's ink drawings and the macabre painting of Issy Wood, the curator pulls on the personal to choose her fair highlights

The best exhibitions on view during the fair – from Doron Langberg’s splashy gay paintings at Victoria Miro to Theaster Gates’s homage to clay at Whitechapel Gallery

BY Sean Burns |

When lockdown hit London, the artist Issy Wood used her blog as a regimented daily exercise: an attempt to describe the experience of a time when ‘every day is precious but of no consequence’

BY Issy Wood |

Surreal currents, charged objects and deformed bodies in the work of four emerging British painters

BY Matthew McLean |