Picture Piece

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A graveyard of trees previously submerged has given way to a fantasy of resurrection

BY Mimi Chu | 10 JUN 19

How the medieval chess piece reminds us of a time before modern maps

BY Figgy Guyver | 10 JUN 19

What the shocking image says about our desperate urge to achieve the unthinkable

BY Kadish Morris | 03 JUN 19

In pictures: contrasting visions of one of the most clichéd symbols of the nation

BY Figgy Guyver | 23 MAY 19

A new book documents the relationship between the two 20th-century artist-superstars

BY Frieze News Desk | 22 MAY 19

A photograph by Berenice Abbott, and its stubborn refusal to be read

BY Harry Thorne | 02 MAY 19

The symbolism of a failed property development in Turkey 

BY Jennifer Higgie | 11 APR 19

A new book surveys buildings in Central Asia and documents their distinctive styles

BY Frieze News Desk | 04 APR 19

The collection includes robes made from salmon skin and a deerskin jacket worn by a 19th century fireman

BY Frieze News Desk | 28 MAR 19

A new book documents the lives of the women who trained at the innovative German art school

BY Frieze News Desk | 26 MAR 19

How much to read into Samuel Beckett’s flirtation with fashion?

BY Cal Revely-Calder | 20 MAR 19

Five iconic buildings designed by the Japanese architect since 1962

BY George Kafka | 19 MAR 19

25 years after his death, we remember the inimitable performance artist and fashion designer

BY Frieze News Desk | 12 MAR 19

J.P. Girault de Prangey’s beautiful yet orientalist pictures are on view for the first time at the Met

BY Ian Bourland | 12 MAR 19

A new book publishes the prominent feminist artist’s recipes for Sauce Madeira, gazpacho and beef wellington

BY Frieze News Desk | 06 MAR 19

In a special commission for frieze, the artist envisions Martian colonies informed by techno-feminism

BY Ad Minoliti | 27 FEB 19

A new book traces the role of the black model in art history from the 19th century to today

BY Frieze News Desk | 20 FEB 19

A new book catalogues ephemera from Chicago’s Southside and its greatest musical export

BY Frieze News Desk | 31 JAN 19

After the dissolution of their turbulent relationship, Oskar Kokoschka commissioned an accurately proportioned re-creation of Alma Mahler in 1918

BY Matthew McLean | 18 SEP 18

The Triforium – Los Angeles’s weirdest and most reviled public artwork – awakes from a long slumber

BY Evan Moffitt | 05 MAR 18