Frieze Masters

Issue 5

October 2016

Looking at art from the past through the lens of the present, the issue includes features on Caravaggio and Hieronymus Bosch; the medieval women whose illustrated manuscripts are finally being recognized; Sigmund Freud's preoccupation with Michelangelo; 20 contemporary artists reflect on the art works that have inspired them, and much more.

The French artist shares his interest in Francis Picabia’s signature

By Philippe Parreno

The impact of pre-Columbian techniques and designs on 20th-century artists

By Jonathan Griffin

The co-founder of print workshop Gemini G.E.L. talks about the evolution of the iconic institution

By Evan Moffitt

A new Smithsonian Museum highlights African American history and culture

By Steven Nelson

Georgiana Houghton's 19th-century spirit paintings

By Dawn Adès

Surrealism, anthropology and the history of the recently re-opened Musée de l'Homme

By Timothy P. A. Cooper

How Indian classical music has influenced the visual arts

By Shanay Jhaveri

Curator and author Paul Williamson talks about his long and distinguished career at London's Victoria and Albert Museum

By Tim Smith-Laing

Artists write about a work of art that has influenced them

The Medieval women who illustrated manuscripts are finally being recognized

By Anne Winston-Allen

The intermingling of classical sculpture and female self-realization in the long literary tradition of the journey to Italy

By Matthew Fox

Artists write about a work of art that has influenced them