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Ahead of the openings of EXPO Chicago and the 2019 Chicago Architecture Biennial, a guide to the most moving, relevant and astonishing shows around town

By B. David Zarley

From the recent opening of the Villa Cerruti to Charleston’s new gallery, idiosyncratic museums and collections are flourishing

By Rosanna McLaughlin

Flavia Frigeri discusses a very Roman take on modernism

By Flavia Frigeri

Contemporary art’s resurgence of interest in magic has a powerful art-historical precedent

By Caroline Marciniak

How radical art bloomed at Dartington, West Dean and Grizedale 

By Jessica Lack

Re-assessing the 19th-century artist, critic and historian’s contemporary relevance on the bicentary of his birth

By Rachel Dickinson

Cash-strapped schools in deprived areas across the UK have been particularly hard hit by the shift away from the arts

By Chris Sharratt
Walid Raad, ‘Walid Raad – Let’s be honest, the weather helped’, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 2019, installation view, 2019; photograph: Gert Jan van Rooij

At the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, it’s hard to tell what’s real and what isn’t

By Alan Gilbert

A new installation at CCA, Glasgow, reflects on capitalism’s failure to protect even the identities it formed

By ​Hussein Mitha

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

By Mel Evans

In further news: Daniel Buren painting slashed at Paris’s Centre Pompidou; Ai Weiwei protests Haus der Kunst’s layoffs

By Frieze News Desk
Omer Fast, Der Oylem iz a Goylem, 2019, production still. Courtesy: the artist 

In three video installations, the artist stages theatrical mise-en-scènes at Salzburger Kunstverein

By Hili Perlson

‘Māori Moving Image’ reflects the depth and breadth of animation, film and video created by New Zealand’s Indigenous artists 

By Matariki Williams

The theft at Blenheim Palace takes its place among the most notable robberies in recent art history

By Frieze News Desk

A tribute to the photographer, from the ‘sucker punch’ of ‘The Americans’ (1958), to his later work ‘howling with anguish, frustration and ennui’

By Chris Wiley

The newly reissued novel maps the intimate spatial connections between fascism and patriarchy in postwar Austria

By Matthew Turner

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Camille Blatrix

BMW Open Work - 12 Sep 2019

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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