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Why are we so quick to praise mass participation?

BY Harry Thorne | 15 NOV 19

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

BY Dan Fox | 01 OCT 19

A guide to the best shows around town

BY Rianna Jade Parker | 01 OCT 19

Motion and migration in the paintings of Frank Bowling

BY Negar Azimi | 23 SEP 19

A new retrospective shows a different side to the cosmic dreamer

BY Figgy Guyver | 13 SEP 19
News

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 | 18 JUN 19
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This year’s nominees are Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Helen Cammock, Oscar Murillo and Tai Shani

BY Frieze News Desk | 01 MAY 19

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

BY Jane Ure-Smith | 22 MAR 19

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

BY Darran Anderson | 12 FEB 19
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The artist used her acceptance speech to emphasize the importance of public funding for the arts

05 DEC 18

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 | 27 SEP 18
News

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

26 APR 18
News

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

04 JUL 17
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Frieze collaborates with Tate Britain, National Gallery, RCA, Sketch Gallery, Studio Wayne McGregor and ICA on the 2017 marketing campaign

22 JUN 17

Tate Britain, London, UK

BY Mark Sladen | 12 MAY 17

Slippages and the peculiarities of language; its problems and potential

BY Nick Aikens | 01 OCT 11

Tate Britain, London, UK

BY Jonathan Griffin | 01 OCT 09

Human cameras, fortune tellers, unreliable memories – in Lindsay Seers’ work, the truth is not what it seems

BY Tom Morton | 17 JUN 09

Bohemianism, grass-roots activism, urban regeneration and the voices of the dead

BY Melissa Gronlund | 10 JUN 09

The home of John Latham, one of Britain’s most radical artists, has opened to the public two years after his death

BY Martin Herbert | 01 JAN 09