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Frieze Masters

Issue 7

September 2018

Born in Kandy, Minnette de Silva was the first female Asian female architect to be registered with RIBA

By Amy Sherlock

‘Her oeuvre was a radical departure and fiery negation of the masculine art-making that was prominent in the 1970s’

By Wangechi Mutu

Featuring Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro, ‘Womanhouse’ marks the 30th anniversary of the museum dedicated to women artists

 

By Jennifer Kabat

‘Eichwald often reveals her journey through her direct, yet humorous and heady titles’

By Nairy Baghramian

‘I remember being hit by the odour of smoke and the soft, hazy light bathing the enormous space of the abandoned factory’

By İpek Duben

‘Green’s installation doesn’t exist to serve as evidence of well-established narratives’

By Iman Issa

A recent exhibition in Paris rightly affirms the artist as a central figure in arguably the first gender-equal Western art movement

By Griselda Pollock

Ahead of the school’s centenary, European museums celebrate the creative brilliance of the often-overlooked Bauhaus women

 

By Alice Twemlow

‘Fragments of improvized poetry came together and devoured one another’

By Fatma Bucak

20 Museum directors from major institutions around the world nominate a favourite work by a woman artist in their collection

‘She has such authority in her tangled daubs and streaks’

By Marilyn Minter
Mary Cassatt, In the Lodge, 1878, oil on canvas, 81 x 66 cm. Courtesy: Museum of Fine Arts Boston, and Musée Jacquemart-André, Paris

The myriad achievements of women artists, writers, curators, patrons and art historians

By Jennifer Higgie