70 years since apartheid became law in South Africa, a retrospective of the photographer's work opens at the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris

By Osei Bonsu

Jan Verwoert considers the history of Manifesta, European politics and whether an art exhibition can unlock the historical potential of a place

By Jan Verwoert

Recently released online, MoMA’s vast exhibitions archive shakes up the modernist canon

By Sam Thorne

The second in our new five part series: the frieze editors select the most significant shows from the past 25 years

The first in a new five part series: the frieze editors select the most significant shows from the past 25 years

Essay - 21 May 2015

What effect has digital technology had on contemporary painting?

Ydessa Hendeles, From her wooden sleep ... (detail), 2015; Courtesy ICA, London; photograph: Mark Blower

The personal process of exhibition-making

By Isobel Harbison
‘Björk’, 2015 Installation view at The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Courtesy The Museum of Modern Art, New York

‘So shallow is this show that I left with the surprising sensation of knowing even less about Björk than I did when I entered’

By Dan Fox

City Report - 03 Oct 2013

Interviews with three non-profit organizations

Interview - 02 Sep 2013

James Richards talks about his inclusion in the 55th Venice Biennale

Interview - 24 Jul 2013

frieze editors and contributors share their thoughts on the national pavilions at the 2013 Venice Biennale

Günter Brus, Selbstbemalung (Self-Painting), 1964

Painting as performance in recent exhibitions

By Theo Altenberg