Accompanying his essay in frieze d/e, issue 6, Mark Prince selects his top 10 texts (and film) about painting.
‘You Killed Me First: The Cinema of Transgression’ at the Kunst-Werke in Berlin, is a first-time museum presentation devoted to a group of New York underground filmmakers of the 1980s.
Lucy McKenzie’s work as part of the collaborative fashion studio, Atelier, embodies the artist’s enquiries into a romanticized past shot through with mythical meaning
How are artists visualizing the financial crisis?
Ryan Trecartin’s immersive video environments are amplified reflections of the joy, madness and ambiguity of our culture
We invited 20 artists who have been on the cover of frieze to nominate a contemporary artist whose work inspires them
We are currently witnessing a profound cultural implode which mirrors in its intensity the recent economic collapse.
The work of William Leavitt reflects upon Los Angeles’ faded visions of the future, bourgeois taste and the scientific sublime by Jonathan Griffin
Why a growing number of artists are turning away from image-making to writing and performance
The little-known photographs of a pioneering photography collector; an artist’s project
Heart Museum, Herning, Denmark
Predicting the future of the art market and criticism