Frieze Masters

Issue 1

October 2012

Published in October 2012 to coincide with the launch of Frieze Masters Art Fair, the magazine looks at art from all eras through contemporary eyes.

A new book illuminates Louise Bourgeois' relationship to psychoanalysis

By Emily Stokes

‘Eureka’ moments, painterliness and cinema's inferiority complex - a brief history of artist biopics

By Jonathan Romney

Alison Bracker on the dilemmas of contemporary art conservation

More and more artists are re-enacting iconic performances. What does this mean for ‘art of the present tense’ and its relationship to the past?

By Catherine Wood

Brian Dillon visits art historian and novelist Marina Warner to talk about the art, books and objects that have shaped her thinking

By Brian Dillon

The artist's studio. What does it evoke?

By Sam Thorne

In praise of anachronism: how a number of recent exhibitions have been integrating the past with the present

By Amelia Groom

17 artists write about works of art that have influenced them

The Director of the National Gallery, London, discusses his favourite writers and paintings, and shares his thoughts on contemporary art

By Nicholas Penny