David Wojnarowicz

Why can’t New York get over its ‘bad old days’?

P.P.O.W's Wendy Olsoff and Penny Pilkington and artist Anton van Dalen, and their Stand Prize awarded presentation at Frieze New York 2017. Photograph: Mark Blower. Courtesy: Mark Blower/Frieze

Stand Prizes at Frieze New York 2017 are awarded to P.P.O.W and Simone Subal Gallery

With her solo show opening at Emalin, the London-based artist shares her favourite works and artists

How remembering the AIDS epidemic helps endure the crises of today

Henry Moore Institute, Leeds & David Roberts Art Foundation, London, UK

Marta Minujín, La Menesunda (detail), Instituto Torcuato Di Tella, 1965 Courtesy the artist and Henrique Faria, New York and Buenos Aires

Frieze Projects curator, Cecilia Alemani, reveals her unrealized (and occasionally unrealizable) projects

The enduring symbolism of a sewn mouth, from the works of David Wojnarowicz to recent protests by refugees

Tariq Alvi, The Bandaged Lady (from Two Hankies diptych), 2005. Courtesy Kevin Killian and Dodie Bellamy

Three new publications intimately concerned with difficult bodies

A brief history, from Benvenuto Cellini to Frida Kahlo and Yayoi Kusama

Art has a long history of engagement with politics. Does recent so-called socially engaged or political art really effect change?

Cabinet / Between Bridges, London, UK