Opinion

The application of theory to the modern world

Drowning sorrows and watching Warhol’s Drunk aka Drink

As tension mounts in the run-up to Trump's inauguration, Jörg Heiser considers how artists can galvanize political protest

Donald Judd photographed in 101 Spring Street, New York, 1972. Courtesy: Judd Foundation, New York; photograph; Paul Katz

Are the roles of artist and writer compatible?

The controversy surrounding the current exhibition at the Iziko South African National Gallery 

Thoughts on the difficulties of introducing art into the public realm, following a recent symposium organized by Oslo Pilot

A report from 'Inside', an Artangel project staged in the Reading prison that once held Oscar Wilde

Does much of the contemporary art shown in the Ghanaian capital of Accra amount to ‘willful exoticism’? 

What I’ve learned from Trump’s election

Ahead of tomorrow's vote, writer and academic Stephanie DeGooyer argues why this is an election about gender

Donald Trump wearing a hard hat during his rally at the Charleston Civic Center on May 5, 2016 in Charleston, West Virginia. Photograph: Mark Lyons/Getty Images

Part seven of our US election series: Ben Davis on why the topic of class has returned to the national conversation

With the death of Gawker and the rise of Trump, free speech is under threat

Video

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

Sponsored Content - 13 Mar 2017

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)

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