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Discover a world of sculpture on the London 2022 edition, including a figure from 2nd-century Arabia and Grayson Perry's recent likeness of Chris Whitty's cat, plus immersive 3D experiences with Vortic

07 OCT 22

Ranging from Marcin Dudek's surveillance installation to Mary Lucier's pioneering works with video, artists at this year's fair look at our relationships with technology in the modern era

03 OCT 22

Represented by galleries 12 years old or younger, emerging artists at Frieze London will explore themes of displacement, surveillance, universal truth and more 

06 SEP 22

In the age of ‘fake news’ Lukas Brasiskis analyses the moving-image artists recalibrating the optics on truth

BY Lukas Brasiskis | 27 OCT 21

An exhibition at Kunstverein, Amsterdam, highlights the artist’s pioneering work with progressive writers of the 1970s and '80s, including Kathy Acker, Constance DeJong and Pati Hill

BY Julia Mullié | 19 MAY 21

At an 18th-century neoclassical manor house, this year’s Cinema Camp was inspired by the writings of the late Cuban filmmaker Julio García Espinosa

BY Leo Goldsmith | 22 AUG 18

At New York’s Metrograph, a diverse film programme addresses a ‘central problem’ of feminist filmmaking

BY Corina Copp | 02 FEB 18

The New York-based filmmaker has been questioning the politics of image-making for more than three decades

BY Erika Balsom | 06 NOV 17