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Varda (1928-2019) provided a blueprint for an experimental, politically-radical, idiosyncratically personal and wide-eyed humanist cinema

BY Sierra Pettengill | 02 APR 19
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In further news: MoMA PS1 settles pregnancy discrimination case, Kochi-Muziris Biennale workers claim non-payment of fees 

BY Frieze News Desk | 29 MAR 19

The late pop maverick was influenced by sources as diverse as Jacques Brel, Swedish cinema and Sibelius

BY Dan Fox | 26 MAR 19

‘Wherever he is now, I know he is waiting for me. There is so much we did not have the time to address’

BY Simon Njami | 25 MAR 19

In style as well as substance, the late curator embodied a politics of inclusivity

BY Naomi Beckwith | 25 MAR 19

A tribute to the late curator and his belief in the primacy of documentation

BY Osei Bonsu | 19 MAR 19

A tribute to the late curator’s support of artists in South Africa and how his writing on them ‘revealed something of his acute sense for history’

BY Sean O'Toole | 18 MAR 19

A tribute to the Nigeria-born poet, critic and ‘most important curator of his generation’, who persistently bid us to open our eyes

BY Jörg Heiser | 15 MAR 19

‘To Carolee, drawing, like painting, was as visceral as breath,’ writes Emma McCormick-Goodhart

BY Emma McCormick-Goodhart | 15 MAR 19

Paying tribute to the legendary designer and his passion for books

BY Hans Ulrich Obrist | 01 MAR 19

A musician with a rare ability to write both great pop songs and deeply experimental and melancholy music

BY Juliet Jacques | 27 FEB 19

The iconic filmmaker’s influence was felt across the length and breadth of New York in the 1960s

BY Geeta Dayal | 01 FEB 19

Hiller’s discomfort towards dominant narratives made her look at all sorts of suppressed subjects, from outlaw cowgirls to protest songs

BY Barbara Casavecchia | 31 JAN 19
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The director worked with prominent figures in New York’s avant garde, including Allen Ginsberg, Andy Warhol, John Lennon and Yoko Ono

BY Frieze News Desk | 24 JAN 19

The artist’s sculpture possessed an almost surreal promise, as if at any moment it might become a Really Living Thing

BY Andrew Durbin | 04 DEC 18

‘Cinematic’ is often overused, but Roeg’s films showed how minds and memories wander back and forth in time, colouring our experience of the world

BY Dan Fox | 30 NOV 18

An homage to the architect who, with his partner Denise Scott Brown, developed the source code for postmodernism

BY Glenn Adamson | 25 SEP 18

Remembering the Romanian artist, who has died aged 92, for whom the studio was a continuous state of mind

BY Magda Radu | 24 SEP 18

McKenzie Wark pays tribute to the French cultural theorist, who called our era one of ‘dromocracy’: the reign of speed

BY McKenzie Wark | 19 SEP 18

From fleshy, distorted paintings, capturing the malaise of the 1960s, to colourful abstractions made in exile, the artist was an example to live by

BY Tiago Mesquita | 17 AUG 18