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The artist’s moving portraits of ‘unallocated’ auto workers in Lordstown, Ohio, on view at the Renaissance Society, celebrate the power of unions as job losses hit US manufacturing

By Ian Bourland

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Fragments that appear torn from boats and vessels are everywhere, as though charting a course through history and geography from one world into another

By Matthew Holman

Matt Wolf’s new film, ‘Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project’, is an astonishing portrait of an almost incomprehensible endeavour

By Dan Fox

Why are we so quick to praise mass participation?

By Harry Thorne

New work on view at Lévy Gorvy proves that the artist, nearing 90, is at the top of his game

By Glenn Adamson

An artist who made a mockery of wealth and class pretensions is revivified as a prophet of possibility in a corrupted world

By Philomena Epps

From a couture dress to a Soviet mural, the artist asks what counts as 'good' art

By Oliver Osborne

The cultural cost of accelerated growth in the German capital

By Kito Nedo

The last exhibition planned by the artist herself carries on her strategic semiotic slips and disjunctions

By Natalie Haddad

From Cample Line in rural Scotland to collective Myvillages, artists are reconsidering their relationship to ‘the rural’

By Tom Jeffreys

Speaking to frieze editor Andrew Durbin, Rainer discusses the way she resists the myths of the 1960s

By Andrew Durbin

Iraq pavilion at Venice closes in solidarity with protests; Gus Casely-Hayford to head up V&A East

By Frieze News Desk

Artists, curators and gallerists may not be able to stop war, but we can tell those who rake its profits that the arts are not open for their business

By Sarah Jilani

Few other labels could claim to have cultivated such a coherent philosophy over the years: one which unites the pleasure of partying with its darker side

By Jamie Mackay

Shannon Bool’s show at Kunstverein Braunschweig calls attention to the exoticising and objectifying vision of Le Corbusier

By Carina Bukuts

Decision follows several arts institutions including the Royal Shakespeare Company and National Theatre cutting ties to fossil fuel giants

By Frieze News Desk

Tanaka’s retrospective at Moderna Museet, Stockholm, reveals humour and radicality in everyday things
 

By John Quin

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