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Chloe Stead talks with the artists about their personal approaches to mining the past

Jonathan Carver Moore speaks to the artist about building Black queer communities through art

Colin Edgington on how images of COVID-19 attempted to capture the invisible

BY Colin Edgington | 26 MAY 22

Mariama Attah, Anna Frances Douglas and Jeremy Millar revisit John Berger’s famed television series and book

Jessica Lynne speaks to the artist about photographing the Rio Grande and deconstructing borders

BY Jessica Lynne AND Zoe Leonard | 10 MAY 22

On the occasion of her retrospective at Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, Paris, the photographer reflects on some of her best-known projects

BY Charlotte Jansen AND Graciela Iturbide | 05 MAY 22

Jack Halberstam on how abstraction can offer a means of representing, complicating, dispersing and concealing trans embodiment

BY Jack Halberstam | 29 APR 22

frieze contributors and editors nominate a young photographer whose work excites and intrigues them

Ahead of her presentation in the French Pavilion at this year's Venice Biennale, Zineb Sedira speaks with Róisín Tapponi about the influence of Third Worldist cinema and transnational alliances on her practice 

BY Róisín Tapponi | 20 APR 22

On the occasion of Smith’s first UK solo show at Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, the artist reflects on the ways her work acts as a living archive and photographing the likes of Grace Jones

BY Vanessa Peterson AND Ming Smith | 04 APR 22

The artist and creator of the fair-campaign imagery for Frieze Los Angeles talks about encapsulating a city’s “moments of depth and detail”

BY Nathan Seabrook | 14 FEB 22

A survey at Art + Practice, Los Angeles, celebrates the artist’s unique combination of photography and dance

BY Tiffany Barber | 02 FEB 22

At Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, the artist's photography is a personalized window into the material effects of social inequity

BY Octavia Bürgel | 25 JAN 22

At Jan Mot, Brussels, the artist's still lifes reanimate his 1987 installation at New York’s Cable Gallery, giving tangible proof of his fictional narrative

BY Emile Rubino | 06 JAN 22

What role did the institution play in photography’s ascent?

BY Sean Burns | 15 DEC 21

Linda Rosenkrantz remembers the decades of friendship she had with the photographer

BY Linda Rosenkrantz | 25 NOV 21

At London’s Photographers’ Gallery, a retrospective of the US artist is an intimate yet unsentimental look into a bygone era

BY Julie Hrischeva | 15 NOV 21

A tactile archive exhibition of the artist’s photography at Birmingham’s Grand Union evokes the joyful resilience of LGBTQ+ people in the face of adversity

BY Emily Scarrott | 18 OCT 21

 

The photographer explains about why he chose fauvist florals for his Frieze London and Frieze Masters 2021 campaign commission
 

BY Neal Brown AND Gareth McConnell | 04 OCT 21

Kamayani Sharma on the tragedies and ethical dilemmas facing photographers and journalists on the subcontinent

BY Kamayani Sharma | 25 AUG 21