Sean Burns

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Sean Burns speaks to the artist about the current protests in her home country and how the art world can better act in solidarity with the insurgents

BY Shirin Neshat AND Sean Burns | 23 DEC 22

From Howardena Pindell’s harrowing retrospective at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, to Garrett Bradley’s moving debut at Lisson Gallery, London

BY Sean Burns | 19 DEC 22

Other highlights include James St James’s Night Fever podcast, plus new and upcoming book releases from Rosanna McLaughlin and McKenzie Wark

BY Sean Burns | 25 NOV 22

Sean Burns visits a nascent gallery that is fast becoming a champion of intersectional voices from across the capital

BY Sean Burns | 17 OCT 22

Angel Lambo speaks to frieze Assistant Editor Sean Burns about his documentary film profiling the community and architecture of two legendary residential blocks

BY Angel Lambo AND Sean Burns | 14 SEP 22

As ‘Fugues in Colour’ opens at Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris, the painter speaks to Sean Burns about Michelangelo’s influence and how murals can upend the commodification of painting

BY Sean Burns | 20 MAY 22

Marlene Dumas triumphs at Palazzo Grassi and Pauline Curnier Jardin upends the Biennale’s exclusivity

BY Sean Burns | 22 APR 22

From neo-surrealist painting to coarse conceptualism, three frieze editors discuss the year in art

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

BY Sean Burns | 15 DEC 21

The best exhibitions on view during the fair – from Doron Langberg’s splashy gay paintings at Victoria Miro to Theaster Gates’s homage to clay at Whitechapel Gallery

BY Sean Burns | 14 OCT 21

Is contemporary art a reaction to social, political and local specificities or is it active in creating new utopic, progressive impulses? The BAS9 aspires to ask both

BY Sean Burns | 12 JUL 21

The artist speaks to Sean Burns about her polarising public sculptures and capturing the spirit of her subjects

BY Sean Burns AND Maggi Hambling | 12 MAR 21

Frieze editors discuss the different trends in digital exhibition-making, from end-of-world scenarios to community-based initiatives

The gender and sexuality theorist speaks to Sean Burns about his book, ‘Wild Things: The Disorder of Desire’, and why gay men are a fast lane for capitalism

BY Sean Burns | 15 DEC 20

With the industry having been continuously overlooked by the UK government’s COVID-19 response, frieze charts a disastrous year for nightlife

BY Sean Burns | 08 DEC 20

In homage to Italo Calvino’s ‘Six Memos for the Next Millennium’, artists from Kara Walker to Collier Schorr, explore his six artistic virtues 

BY Sean Burns | 07 DEC 20

In the latest episode of frieze’s Autumn Sessions, the two friends play and discuss records that create or bridge distance

BY Sean Burns | 20 NOV 20

Sean Burns profiles the filmmaker and DJ, a friend to generations of artists, designers and club-goers

BY Sean Burns | 10 JAN 20

The artist’s exhibition at Marian Goodman Gallery, London, seems to mirror the evanescent nature of experience

BY Sean Burns | 07 JAN 20

A new exhibition at Tramps reveals 40 years of hidden painting

BY Sean Burns | 05 NOV 19