Andrew Durbin

Speaking to frieze editor Andrew Durbin, Rainer discusses the way she resists the myths of the 1960s

By Andrew Durbin

New arrangements of artists from across the planet emphasize broad concepts over tidier organizing principles 

By Andrew Durbin

Two shows at David Zwirner, New York, champion the artist's ability to capture the sound of a now-bygone world

By Andrew Durbin

Food is personal, and so is this issue – the first of frieze to focus on food’s aesthetic, sensorial, political and environmental role in contemporary culture

By Andrew Durbin and Evan Moffitt

Remembering a poet who helped define a generation of American writers through his love of gossip, sex and art 

By Andrew Durbin

The frieze editors recommend medieval feminist experimental fiction, 1930s socialist tracts and the latest sci-fi

By frieze

The duo’s latest installation at the Prada Foundation is an incomplete take on contemporary America

By Andrew Durbin

The disaster was not a ‘uniquely’ Soviet problem

By Andrew Durbin
St. Mark's Square During the Historic Flood, 1966. Courtesy: Wikimedia Commons

To address the ‘interesting times’ alluded to in the title of the 58th Venice Biennale, we must challenge the language we use to describe them

By Andrew Durbin
Armando Iannucci, Veep, 2012 - 9. Courtesy: Colleen Hayes and HBO

In its final season, ‘Veep’ satirizes the heartless ambition driving US politics

By Andrew Durbin

New York

4 May

The television show – the director’s first – is a sequel to his 1997 film of California queer disillusion, Nowhere

By Andrew Durbin