Reviews

From colonization to industrialization, the exhibition tackles complex local issues with international ambition 

By David Balzer

‘IF THE SNAKE’ shows a world caught in limbo – or hell  

By Harry Thorne

In the first show dedicated to the artist’s portraits, a narcissistic personality emerges

By Chloë Ashby

A report from this year’s MeetDocs Eastern Ukrainian Film Festival in Kharkiv

By Maxim Edwards

The artist’s fantastical sculptures and bas reliefs, on view at Lisson, New York, combine prehistoric creatures with oil barons and kings

By Murtaza Vali

Drones, 1980s synth-pop and a giant chess board turn the show into a game whose rules are never quite clear

By Mimi Chu

In the third edition of the biennial, progressive politics and BP sponsorship underscore the tensions between discourse and direct action 

By Minh Nguyen

In the Dream House grapples with the ‘bad PR’ of an abusive queer relationship

By Bryony White

An exhibition at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, London, unveils the surrealist undercurrents of 1960s pop 

By Alex Estorick

The ‘lost’ record captures the saxophonist at a time when he was thinking that albums could aspire to be something grander than a string of loosely woven tunes

By Philip Clark

The studio’s first exhibition in Europe explores the politics of shapeshifting

By Sonja Borstner

In a new show, Sze pairs precision with nods to disassembly or messy composition

By Diana Hamilton

Video

14 Oct 2019

'I am interested in considering the garden as a site at the intersection between creation and destruction'

09 Oct 2019

Watch artist Mark Bradford in conversation with Hans-Ulrich Obrist at Frieze Masters 2019

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