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Most works carry a subtle political charge that amounts to a thoughtful critique of the injustice of our times

By Evan Moffitt

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In further news: British Museum considers return of ‘invisible’ Christian plaques to Ethiopia; further protests against Whitney vice chair

By Frieze News Desk

A brief look through the late architect’s most striking works of art

By Kadish Morris

Challenging films and installations were highlights at one of Asia’s most important festivals

By Neil Young

Paul B. Preciado’s norm-defining show at WKV Stuttgart lays the groundwork for a crip-theoretical re-evaluation of art history

By Saim Demircan

From Marina Abramović to extinct tropical birds, seeing more than what’s there

By Matthew McLean

A new exhibition at Birmingham’s Ikon Gallery feels at once reminiscent and foreboding

By Aurella Yussuf

An exhibition at Index, Stockholm, fuses activism, queer performance and pop music

By Frida Sandström

In further news: Met rejects Sackler gifts; Indigenous Womxn’s Collective protests Warren B. Kanders at Whitney Biennial opening

By Frieze News Desk

A roundup of exhibitions on during the fifth edition of the Antwerp art weekend

By Kadish Morris

What the frieze editors have been reading this week

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The poet Kevin Killian remembers the artist’s ‘knowing, malicious but ultimately magical gaze’

By Kevin Killian

For the weekend’s sixth edition, we pick the best exhibitions to see in the French capital

By Figgy Guyver

The Golden Lion-winning Lithuanian Pavilion, ‘Sun & Sea (Marina)’, crafts an endless pop song for the end times

By En Liang Khong

At Goldsmiths CCA, the group’s darkly comic grotesqueries reflect an unsettling age  

By Patrick Langley
Ren Hang, Untitled 27, 2012. © Estate of Ren Hang. Courtesy: Estate of Ren Hang and Blindspot Gallery, Hong Kong

Two years after his untimely death, the Chinese photographer continues to shape a generation of young image-makers

By Bohan Qiu

More than 80 works from four decades mine the tension between beauty and horror

By Hili Perlson

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