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In a new series of paintings at White Cube Masons Yard, the artist interrogates the political and social subjugation of women’s bodies down to the bone

BY Kimi Zarate-Smith |

Among thousands of pieces of groundbreaking contemporary art at Frieze New York, there are works by pioneers of the 20th century, including Robert Rauschenberg, Ed Clark and Gertrude Abercrombie

The Associate Curator of High Line Art revels in the rhythm and color of Tunji Adeniyi-Jones's painting, admires the intricacy of Sanaa Gateja's beadwork and is moved by Beatriz Cortez's powerful evocation of home

This year’s fair will feature artists currently in the spotlight in Venice across the Arsenale, Giardini and offsite spaces, including Alex Katz, Julien Creuzet, Beatriz Milhazes and Pacita Abad

The London-based artist discusses her practice of accumulating drawings and ephemera in her studio and how she has reimagined an object from childhood

BY Mona Hatoum |

This new series profiles the galleries that have been at Frieze London since day one in 2003: the foundations on which two decades of the fair have been built

Sales, and the reopened National Portrait Gallery, suggest that old art is hot right now. Meet the collectors and gallerists driving this trend who explore why the buyers of Old Masters seem to be getting younger 

BY Melanie Gerlis |

Building on a long legacy, a growing community of Black women are guiding the city’s established and blue-chip names into their new eras

BY Jasmin Hernandez |

At White Cube, Bermondsey, the artist’s landscapes of objects reckon with ideas of existence and extinction

BY Reuben Esien |

The New York-based curator speaks about her visions for the gallery’s new presence in the US and how she will continue to build support networks in her new role

An exclusive artwork on sale to support a placement for Black and POC emerging curators at the Whitworth

The artist’s first show at White Cube, London, contains new paintings full of narratively ambiguous scenes derived from popular culture

BY Ella Slater |

From Rhea Dillon’s reverential found objects at Soft Opening, London, to Douglas Gordon’s rumination on ancestral trauma at Dundee Contemporary Arts

BY frieze |

With a solo show at London’s White Cube, Ibrahim Mahama speaks with Vanessa Peterson about Ghana’s post-independence era, architecture and the importance of his collaborators



 

BY Ibrahim Mahama AND Vanessa Peterson |

Translations of Proust’s Sodom and Gomorrah and Duchamp’s Bicycle Wheel come together and fall apart in the artist’s latest show

BY Cal Revely-Calder |

The artist’s new show at White Cube combines structuralist filmmaking with the Green Cross Code, to dazzling effect

BY Thomas McMullan |

Exhibitions of Do Ho Suh, Heidi Bucher and Doris Salcedo in London affirm the affective qualities of architecture

BY Alice Bucknell |

White Cube, Hong Kong

BY Ingrid Chu |

White Cube, London

BY Paul Carey-Kent |

White Cube, London, UK

BY Alice Butler |