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Hito Steyerl

The artist addressed the ‘elephant in the room’ – that London’s Serpentine gallery bears the Sackler name

By Frieze News Desk
Hito Steyerl, ‘Factory of the Sun’, installation view, 2018, National Gallery Victoria. Courtesy: National Gallery Victoria

Melbourne

28 Sep
24 Mar
Hito Steyerl, ‘Factory of the Sun’, installation view, 2018, National Gallery Victoria. Courtesy: National Gallery Victoria

Melbourne

28 Sep
24 Mar

At an 18th-century neoclassical manor house, this year’s Cinema Camp was inspired by the writings of the late Cuban filmmaker Julio García Espinosa

By Leo Goldsmith

Hito Steyerl’s Duty Free Art and A Field Guide to the Snowden Files

By Tom Overton

Guggenheim pull pieces from Chinese art show after animal rights protests; Berlin’s Volksbühne occupied; vandalism at Skulptur Projekte Münster

To celebrate frieze’s quarter century, the editors choose 25 key artworks: one for each year of the magazine’s existence

A report from the 47th edition of the annual photography festival

By Simon Bowcock

A report from the 2016 edition of Rhizome’s Seven on Seven conference

By Matthew Shen Goodman

A round-up of the best current shows in the city

By Summer Guthery

Playlist - 09 Jul 2015

Pavrov Stelar's Phantom to ASMR Art Curator Roleplay

Joan Jonas, They Come to Us without a Word, 2015, production still, installed in the US pavilion

56th Venice Biennale, various venues, Italy

By Jennifer Higgie