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Our tips include a suite of raw meat paintings by Zhao Gang and a trip into the monstrous world of Jenkin Van Zyl 

 

BY Sean Burns |

From Graham Little’s meditations on beauty to Marie Watt’s expansive material exploration in her first travelling retrospective

BY frieze |

Her pseudo-sacred sculptures at Lisson Gallery create a bricolage of Christo-medieval relics, high fashion and doomsday aesthetics

BY Macaella Gray |

The art historian and author of Reimagining Democracy recommends five favorites including works by Otobong Nkanga, Lee Bul and Adrian Villar Rojas

The Past Lives actor selects a moving group of works by international icons including Carl Andre and Tony Cragg, and Asian talents such as Prae Pupityastaporn and Yooyun YANG

Inspired by Mesoamerican culture and Mexican modernism, the artist’s materially lush sculptures and drawings aspire to a time beyond geopolitical violence

BY Armando Pulido |

From Emily Kraus’s big, beguiling canvases at The Sunday Painter to Amanda Moström’s first solo exhibition with Rose Easton

BY Tom Jeffreys |

Presented by KCRW & frieze Magazine

In Collaboration with KCRW

The Oscar-nominated filmmaker discusses how she imbues topics relating to race, class and social justice with poetic urgency

BY Allie Biswas |

With dual exhibitions running in parallel with the 59th Venice Biennale, the artist reflects on the city’s ‘dark maternal waters’ and shares his latest Vantablack works

In Collaboration with Lisson Gallery

From Cameron Rowland’s deep dive into the history of US policing at Essex Street to Pedro Reyes’s pre-Columbian inspired sculptures at Lisson Gallery, these are the must-see exhibitions in New York during Frieze Week

BY Terence Trouillot |

Curated by Ekow Eshun, an exhibition of work by 11 Black artists at Lisson Gallery traces colonial histories alongside collective healing practices

BY Aida Amoako |

Lisson Gallery founder Nicholas Logsdail reflects on his life-long friendship with the artist known best for his geometric minimal aesthetic

BY Nicholas Logsdail |

The artist’s fantastical sculptures and bas reliefs, on view at Lisson, New York, combine prehistoric creatures with oil barons and kings

BY Murtaza Vali |

Two concurrent exhibitions in London use mark-making as a way to get at something beyond what we see

BY Harry Thorne |

An opera singer performs fragments of conversations overheard at the fair

In further news: initiative for museum staff diversity; Gwangju Biennale's 2018 curators; Jens Hoffmann clarifies Front Triennial departure

Lisson Gallery at Store Studios, London, UK

BY Tom Morton |