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New section Modern Women at Frieze Masters and much anticipated shows at the Barbican and Tate Britain in London offer unconventional histories of art by women

BY Louisa Elderton |

London’s institutions – including the newly reopened National Portrait Gallery, the V&A and Tate Britain – are evolving in the work they show and the way they show it. But what’s driving this cultural shift?

BY Farah Nayeri |

Ahead of his major exhibition at Tate Britain, the artist considers how his films will exist in the future

BY Deborah Willis AND Isaac Julien |

From Celeste Rapone's evocation of not-so-blissful domesticity at Josh Lilley, London, to Leo Robinson’s dense webs of allusion and appropriation at Chapter, Cardiff 

BY frieze |

These are the best exhibitions of the year – from a chronically overdue retrospective of Paula Rego to a debut offering of obfuscated, sexualised sculpture by Jack O’Brien

BY Sean Burns |

The painter’s largest retrospective to date, at Tate Britain, cements her place as one of Britain’s most inventive and compelling living artists  

BY Katherine Angel |

‘Fly In League With The Night’ is brimming with characters we can feel, but whose stories remain tantalizingly out of reach

BY Aurella Yussuf |

Is this a show about the artist’s youth or is it about something bigger – landscape?

BY Dan Fox |

Motion and migration in the paintings of Frank Bowling

BY Negar Azimi |

A new retrospective shows a different side to the cosmic dreamer

BY Figgy Guyver |

In further news: Berlin’s Jewish Museum director resigns following controversial tweet; Baltimore Museum of Art sells Warhol to diversify collection

BY Frieze News Desk |

This year’s nominees are Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Helen Cammock, Oscar Murillo and Tai Shani

BY Frieze News Desk |

‘The Asset Strippers’, at Tate Britain’s Duveen Galleries, turns the museum’s elegant sculpture court into a salvage yard

BY Jane Ure-Smith |

The retrospective at Tate Britain of the veteran photographer is filled with masterpieces that are also crime scenes

BY Darran Anderson |

The artist used her acceptance speech to emphasize the importance of public funding for the arts

Leftist histories, state violence and the cracking open of time: can a ‘mere’ competition, and publicity exercise, also speak truth to power?

BY En Liang Khong |

Forensic Architecture, Naeem Mohaiemen, Charlotte Prodger and Luke Willis Thompson are this year’s nominees

Cryptocurrencies enter the British art market; Chris Ofili's Union Black flies again; 2017 Henri Cartier-Bresson Award announced