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In the run-up to the Kathy Acker exhibition at ICA, London, a look back at a significant recent show and symposium examining her relationship to the visual arts

By Isabel Mehl

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Your go-to guide to shows in the German capital, from Theaster Gates at Gropius Bau to Raphaela Vogel at BQ

By Hili Perlson
Lonnie Holley, ’American Landscapes’, 2019. Courtesy: Dallas Museum of Art

Despite a soaring performance at the Dallas Museum of Art, the self-taught artist is still too often treated as an outsider

By Jonathan Griffin

Barbara Casavecchia talks to the show’s curator, Milovan Farronato

By Barbara Casavecchia

A show at Max Mayer, Düsseldorf, uses typeface to pay tribute to women artists 

By Carina Bukuts

Can Ralph Rugoff’s ‘May You Live in Interesting Times’ exhibition address histories of narrow nationalism, fascism, and empire head-on?

By Negar Azimi

In further news: Hilma af Klint at the Guggenheim breaks attendance records; environmental activists hit London’s Natural History Museum

By Frieze News Desk

Twenty years since the original series, there is still much to be done in confronting regressive prejudices against the LGBTQ+ community

By Sean Burns

Q: What do you like the look of? A: A clear bright sky in the morning

By Ralph Rugoff

With ‘Goethe in the Skyways’, a year of exhibitions in an unusual slice of urban architecture in the US Midwest

By Kimberly Bradley

From Matmos to Grimes, a new wave of music is critically engaging with environmental politics – but what does it sound like?

By Nathan Geyer

Twenty years on from the devastating shooting, can its cultural legacy in film and television reframe our present moment?

By Ian Bourland

Designed in the 1930s by the city’s most celebrated architect, the building has never previously been open to the public

By George Kafka

How a petition to remove the artwork has raised questions of censorship and identity politics

By Cody Delistraty

An exhibition at Sammlung Scharf-Gerstenberg, Berlin, sheds new light on the artist’s fascination with ancient Egypt

By Carina Bukuts

What the frieze editors have been reading this week

Zilia Sánchez, Amazonas (Amazons), 1978, acrylic on stretched canvas. Courtesy: The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC

Body and landscape converge in the groundbreaking painter’s first US retrospective at the Phillips Collection, Washington, DC

By Ian Bourland

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Ahead of his second solo exhibition at New York’s Sean Kelly Gallery, Idris Khan discusses the significance of the colour blue

Anish Kapoor, still from ​Into Yourself, Fall​, 2018. Courtesy of Anish Kapoor and Acute Art

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