Jennifer Higgie

Mark Cousins’s ‘Women Make Film’ celebrates 130 years of cinema by 183 female directors 

By Jennifer Higgie

Curator Brook Andrew’s proposal that creativity is an important means of truth-telling is a bolt of much-needed optimism

By Jennifer Higgie

Despite being full of great work, this show is at once too broad in its remit and too narrow in its execution

By Jennifer Higgie

For a new series of columns on armchair travelling, editor at large Jennifer Higgie travels the myriad digital alleys of the French capital

By Jennifer Higgie

Within the chaos murmurs an incoherent hope in this ambitious – and at times baffling – exhibition

By Jennifer Higgie

What we were looking at (and what we missed) in the Jan/Feb 2010 issue of frieze

By Jennifer Higgie

A new series about significant women artists from the past who deserve our attention

By Jennifer Higgie

Some thoughts on transience, in art and life

By Jennifer Higgie

In a special photo essay, the artist places her body ‘in the line of danger, admiration, rejection, description’

By Collier Schorr

From the BBC and the films of Robert Beavers to the poetry of Margaret Tait, the artist reflects on his formative experiences

By Luke Fowler

Should art explain, solve or soothe? In ‘The Seventh Continent’, answers are thin on the ground

By Jennifer Higgie

‘We are being poisoned because we have been severed from who we are’

By Jennifer Higgie