Highlights of the exhibitions taking place during Gallery Weekend Korea

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Antony Gormley, Another Time XXI 2013 (Loading Bay), commissioned by the Creative Foundation for Folkestone Triennial 2017. Courtesy: Folkestone Triennial; photograph: Thierry Bal

Various venues, Folkestone, UK

A report from the Lofoten International Arts Festival: ‘I Taste the Future’

Wilson Diaz, ‘Quimera’, 2017, installation view, Tamayo Museum, Mexico City. Courtesy: Tamayo Museum, Mexico City; photograph: © Agustin Garza

Museo Tamayo, Mexico City, Mexico 

Tate announces record visitor numbers, documenta artists defend its curators, Zeitz MOCAA to open

Silberkuppe, Berlin, Germany

With PST LA/LA taking over the city, highlights from the corresponding gallery programme

Should Trump have won an Emmy?

Hernan Bas, Suicide Sunday (taking on water), 2017. Acrylic on linen, 1.5 x 1.8 m. Courtesy: the artist and Victoria Miro, London

Victoria Miro, London, UK

The state of fashion journalism, the fate of ‘world-scale’ art exhibitions and the creation of a British Islam: what to read this weekend

Documenta curatorial team respond to financial mismanagement report; Gwangju Biennale announces 2018 theme

Ahead of its South London Gallery performance, how Tom Phillips’s Irma – a work that questions the genre of opera itself – is being staged

Ahead of the 5th edition of his cult annual event – the first outside of New York – Stewart Uoo talks positivity, performance and parties

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Nicole Eiseman, Sketch for a Fountain (Skizze für einen Brunnen), 2017, Skulptur Projekte 2017, bronze, gips, wasserbecken. Courtesy: Skulptur Projekte Münster
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Chris Kraus’s biography of the first female ‘Great Writer as Countercultural Hero’
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Frieze London

Regent’s Park
5–8 October 2017

Frieze Masters

Regent's Park, London
5–8 October 2017

Fairs

Museum-quality presentations, extraordinary objects and artist talks

Judith Bernstein

Solo and curated gallery presentations, live performance, talks, projects, music and film

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A revelatory exhibition cements a rising appreciation of African American art

From Bacon and Chamberlain to Outsider artists, art is woven into the designer’s life

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Kiluanji Kia Henda, Under the Silent Eye of Lenin, installation and performance, 2017. Courtesy of the artist.

The Luanda-based artist will create a new performative installation at Frieze London 2017

With Reza Aramesh, Michael Craig-Martin, Thomas J Price & Emily Young hosted by Louisa Buck

Curated presentations of extraordinary artworks and objects, spanning thousands of years

Courtesy of Antenna Space

Frieze London's section for younger galleries, advised by Ruba Katrib (SculptureCenter, New York) and Fabian Schoeneich (Portikus, Frankfurt)

Liliane Lijn, Time Forces Split (1965). Letraset on cylindrical oil filter, plastic, painted metal, motor,17 x 26 x 17 cm. Courtesy: the artist and espaivisor

Solo presentations by 20th-century pioneers

Olivia Erlanger to create a new multimedia artwork, for the inaugural BMW Open Work curated by Attilia Fattori Franchini

Renate Bertlmann, Eva im sack (‘Evan in bag’, 2010). Digital print, 80 x 80 cm (detail). Courtesy: the artist and Richard Saltoun, London

A new section for 2017, curated by Alison Gingeras, exploring feminist art and radical politics

6 Oct 2017

Designing spaces to show, make and live with art, with Sir David Adjaye, Sir David Chipperfield, Elizabeth Diller, Thomas Heatherwick, Amanda Levete & more

The Royal Institution
21 Albemarle Street
W1S 4BS London

On View

The definitive guide to current exhibitions at the best galleries and museums around the globe

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Design Matters - 14 Sep 2017

For the third in our six-part series in collaboration with B&O PLAY, Design Matters, architect David Adjaye on the importance of technology in making smarter and more ecological materials

Design Matters - 20 Jul 2017

In the second of a new six-part film series in collaboration with B&O PLAY, Design Matters, Barber & Osgerby talk about how function informs their designs

Documentary - 06 Jun 2017

frieze reports from this year's Skulptur Projekte Münster – the once-a-decade exhibition started in 1977 – and explores the changing meaning of sculpture in public space today

Frieze Art Fair Video - 10 May 2017

Watch Dora Budor’s Frieze Project, Manicomio – using cinematic doubling to question perception and reality

Robert Rauschenberg, Pinion (Borealis), 1990 Tarnishes on copper 93 x 154 in. Courtesy: Galerie Thaddeus Ropac

Frieze Art Fair Video - 09 May 2017

Rauschenberg, Stella, Spero - Robert Storr introduces some of the city's significant figures represented at Frieze New York 2017

Frieze Art Fair Video - 06 May 2017

A secret movie theater, where visitors can watch a new series fusing 3D animation and computer-generated erotica.

Documentary - 28 Apr 2017

frieze associate editor Paul Clinton talks to curator and Professor of Fashion and Museology at London College of Fashion, Judith Clark, about the challenges of curating exhibitions of fashion and dress

Objects from Keith Haring’s studio, New York, NY. Courtesy Keith Haring Foundation Archive. Photography: Nicholas Calcott

Frieze Art Fair Video - 20 Apr 2017

Sneakers, mixtapes - and fingerprints? An exclusive look at objects belonging to the late artist's Foundation 

Playlist - 03 Apr 2017

Parker Ito; David Bowie; Glen Gould 

Documentary - 21 Mar 2017

frieze visits Interference Archive in New York, USA - a volunteer-run collection of social and political objects and ephemera - to find out about its mission and work

Documentary - 16 Feb 2017

Why did artist Eric Wesley take over a disused Taco Bell in Middle America?

From Sibylle Berg & Claus Richter's Wonderland Avenue (2016), commissioned for Frieze Projects 2016

Frieze Art Fair Video - 31 Jan 2017

Explore the commissions at Frieze London 2016 and uncover their shared concerns

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