frieze magazine

Issue 153

March 2013

Quinn Latimer looks at the late Sylvia Sleigh‘s extraordinary ‘history pictures’; doctor, artist, writer, editor and award-winning documentary filmmaker Brian O’Doherty looks back at six decades of avoiding being categorized and Mark Sadler interviews the French art historian Jean-François Chevrier about his new book on artistic hallucination, which stretches from William Blake to Sigmar Polke.

Robert Montgomery, The Strange New Music of the Crying Songs ..., 2012, neon, dimensions variable
By Amanprit Sandhu
Brushstrokes, 1965, oil and magna on canvas 122 × 122 cm
By Ara H. Merjian
Daido Moriyama, Baton Twirler, 1967, gelatin silver print, 48 × 37 cm
By Katie Kitamura
‘2000 Wasted Years’, 2012, installation views
By Jennifer Kabat
On Kawara,  I Got Up, 1969, postcard, 7 × 12 cm
By Carmen Winant
Wearable 4, 2012, mixed media, 56 × 51 cm
By Kari Rittenbach
Look Natural 1970, 2010, digital c-type print, 99 × 76 cm
By A.M. Weaver
Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige, Wonder Beirut, the Story of a Pyromaniac Photographer, Tanger, 1997–2006, mixed media, dimensions variable
By Jeanne Gerrity
2012, installation views
By Jonathan Griffin
Brian Groombridge Untitled, 2008, painted aluminium and wood, 40 × 117 × 40 cm
By Charles Reeve
Installation: Martin Creed, Rennie Collection, 2012, tempera on paper on board, 15 × 26 cm
By Michael Harris
Andre Eugene, Portrait du roi apres trable du terre (Portrait of the King After the Earthquake), 2010, mixed media, 58 × 25 × 28 cm
By Colin Perry