Opinion

Demonstrations to declare a climate emergency will take place across the world this Friday

By Mel Evans

As a survey of his work opens at the V&A in London, the fashion photographer discusses the balance between beauty and ugliness; light and dark; truth and imagination

By Chloë Ashby

A new workshop responds to hierarchies in arts education 

By Jasper Llewellyn

Part carbon-neutral generator, part contemporary art centre, E-Werk Luckenwalde provides clean energy and affordable studio space

By Harry Thorne

Although a country-rap track was crowned 2019’s ‘song of the summer’, music released during this season usually consists of recycled pop sounds

By Aida Amoako

As the playwright’s ‘Slave Play’ reaches a wider audience, Jameson Fitzpatrick looks at his work so far

By Jameson Fitzpatrick

Yevgeniy Fiks’s photographs, both elegiac and irreverent, challenge an idealized Russian heterosexuality

By Jennifer Wilson

Three new novels – by Annie Ernaux, Vigdis Hjorth and Ocean Vuong – attempt to salvage something from painful intimate memories

By Eloise Hendy

Activists aim to whip up protest as weapons buyers flock to the Defence and Security Equipment International trade show

By Sophie Ruigrok

While some have written that Norman Fucking Rockwell! is about the coming end of America, Del Rey knows that America is already over

By Audrey Wollen

A new book wants to understand the individuals – and identities – beneath the ‘somewhat derogatory label’

By Juliet Jacques

After the announced withdrawal of the controversial extradition bill, artists and cultural workers are amongst those keeping the protest movement alive

By Hera Chan

Video

Camille Blatrix

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The French artist explains his relationship to industrial processes and objects and previewes his project at Frieze London this year

 

Frieze Fairs - 12 Sep 2019

Meet the London-based artist presenting a solo show with Tiwani Contemporary at Frieze London 2019

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