In the first of a two-part series charting the internationalization of the Chinese art world, Colin Siyuan Chinnery considers the commercial sector
The most interesting works in the IFFR’s Short Film section all grappled with questions of truth, honesty and recollection
At a moment when the future of funding and free movement appear to be threatened we can find hope in our artists, institutions and educators
Bjarne Melgaard’s ‘The Casual Pleasure of Disappointment’ and the perils of branding
The relevance today of Arthur Evans’s Witchcraft and the Gay Counterculture
From Werner Herzog to Arthur Jafa: contemporary life, or how to make meaning from fragments
What are our bodies allowed to perform?
The importance of satire in an era of Trump
Rome has long been a draw for international artists and now, increasingly, galleries. Have Italian artists been left at the gates?
From Donald Trump's post-truth to Andy Warhol's philosophy, and back again
Following Trump’s election, we must all prepare for a different world – one that needs art more than ever
How open are open calls?
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
Don’t miss this new departure in the concept of the art exhibition: an experience of art that unfolds through time (24 March – 2 April)