Curator of the Fiorucci Art Trust talks about the recent Volcano Extravaganza on Stromboli and the Trust’s unique way of working

Amy Sherlock

Editorial

Museo d’Arte Provincia di Nuoro, Sardinia

Nicola Ricciardi

Cass Sculpture Foundation, Goodwood, UK

Gary Zhexi Zhang

Indian painter SH Raza passes away at 94, and three Lower East Side gallerists unite to establish a new space

Part one of this week's Culture Digest focuses on a newly translated book tracing Turkey’s hazardous history

Hettie Judah

YJ Wang and Xiaopeng Yuan talk about their curatorial and publishing project, Same Paper, and their Shanghai-based studio and independent bookstore

Francesca Tarocco

Three new exhibitions from Lena Henke, Yngve Holen, and Anne Imhof

Laura McLean-Ferris

Josh Lilley, London, UK

Harry Thorne

Part 3 of Bert Rebhandl’s film picks: food for thought in Naomi Kawase’s latest

Bert Rebhandl

Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York, Hauser & Wirth, London, and Massimo de Carlo, Milan

Matthew McLean

From intellectual freedom to the Republican Party convention: what to read this weekend

Paul Clinton

Iranian authorities drop all charges against Parviz Tanavoli, while UNESCO pay tribute to Le Corbusier

From Duchamp to Roald Dahl's The Witches, the London-based artist selects the images that have stuck with her

Rebecca Ackroyd

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A report from the 47th edition of the annual photography festival

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The Glass House, New Canaan, Connecticut, USA

City Report

On the city's flourishing gallery scene

Culture Digest

On Maren Ade’s Toni Erdmann, the critics’ favourite at this year's Cannes Film Festival

City Report

Marguerite Humeau, Mono-ha and multiple worlds: a guide to the best current shows in the capital

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Museum Rietberg, Zurich, Switzerland

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Near and far, fact and fiction: highlights from this year's festival

Review

Marian Goodman Gallery, London, UK

Interview

Ross Simonini talks to legendary American dancer Anna Halprin about movement, healing and improvisation

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James Bridle, a judge of this year’s Frieze Writer’s Prize, explains how he became a writer
A memorial to victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting in front of the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Orlando, Florida. Photograph: Stephen M. Dowell/TNS via ZUMA Wire

Opinion

Reflecting on the fragility of queer Latin@ safety

City Report

Sean O'Toole considers the activism finding its way into the city's art scene
Equipo Palomar, No es homosexual simplemente el homófilo sino el segado por el falo perdido (The homophile is not just homosexual, but the man blinded by the lost phallus, 2016), production still. Courtesy: the artists 

Critic's Guide

Contributing editor Max Andrews selects the best shows in the city

Review

Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, USA

City Report

A report from the inaugural ‘Thinking at the Edge of the World’ conference, held on the Norwegian...

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Christine Sun Kim, 2015, Whitney Museum of American Art. Photograph by Filip Wolak. Courtesy of Carroll/Fletcher, London

The pioneering section returns with new commissions and historical projects 

Courtesy of Jean Jacques Gallery, New York

Following its acclaimed debut in 2015, the Collections section returns with seven specialist galleries chosen by Sir Norman Rosenthal

Richard Billingham, 'Ray's a Laugh'

Selected by curator Nicolas Trembley, galleries will revisit exhibitions from the 1990s that have had a lasting impact on contemporary art

Curated section Focus is the definitive destination to discover emerging talents from Berlin to Beijing

Li Yuan-chia (1929 – 1994), Untitled, 1960, Chinese calligraphy brush ink and watercolour on paper, 35.7 x 77.5 cm. Copyright The Estate of the Artist. Courtesy Richard Saltoun Gallery

Curated by Toby Kamps, Spotlight reveals foundational movements in art through pioneering figures

2016 Frieze Artist Award winner Yuri Pattison talks about his new show and a forthcoming commission for Frieze Projects

Harry Thorne

A new partnership to purchase a major work at Frieze London 2016 for Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art

Renowned curators and new galleries join the fifth edition

Revealing the galleries, curators and a pioneering new section for 2016

Curated by Raphael Gygax, this year’s non-profit programme is inspired by the transformative potential of art

Yuri Pattison, sketch for Insights (crisis trolley) - working title, 2016. Courtesy the artist & mother's tankstation limited, Dublin. 

Pattison has been selected to create a major site-specific installation at Frieze London 2016

Toby Kamps is the new curator of Spotlight, starting at Frieze Masters 2016

Regent’s Park
6 – 9 October 2016
Regent's Park, London
6 – 9 October 2016

On View

On View is the definitive guide to the current exhibitions at the best galleries and museums around the globe.

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Artists' Film - 22 Jun 2016

How might east London look two weeks after Brexit? Lawrence Lek presents an updated version of his 2015 work Dalston, Mon Amour

Interview - 09 Jun 2016

An interview with legendary New York poet and author Eileen Myles about her life, her relationship to art and artists, and her recent global recognition

Conglomerate TV, Telethon, 2016

Artists' Film - 08 Jun 2016

A collaborative project initiated by Berlin artist-run space Kinderhook & Caracas

Playlist - 18 May 2016

Mike Kelley; Pierre Huyghe; Tom Cruise 

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Cooking Sections, Cases of Confusion (50-40-20) (56-45-25) (55-40-20), 2015. Courtesy: the artists

Essay - 22 Apr 2016

Ellen Mara De Wachter considers how plants can teach us to live ethically

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