Painting

This is an artist who delights in confronting human flaws – both other people’s and his own

By Chloë Ashby

As the artist has his major retrospective at Les Abattoirs, Toulouse, he speaks about his art historical influences and pet peeves 

By Adam Heardman

An exhibition aims to give voice to the ‘fallen women’ at the heart of the Victorian brotherhood

By Chloë Ashby

The most famous painter in the US finally receives art world recognition

By Ian Bourland
Frank Howling, Barticaborn I, l 967, acrylic paint, spray paint and oil wax on canvas234 × 122 cm. Courtesy: the artist and Lowinger Family Collection Frank Howling

Motion and migration in the paintings of Frank Bowling

By Negar Azimi

The London-based filmmaker will work on site in close ‘proximity to the gallery’s collection, research and teams’

By Frieze News Desk

The artist who participated in various scenes from Abstract Expressionism to the Black Arts movement has passed away

By Frieze News Desk

A new exhibition at BolteLang, Zurich, is as markedly sombre as it is delightful

By Aoife Rosenmeyer

The late US painter’s first European survey, at Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, is a missed opportunity

By Kito Nedo

A tactile show in Berlin of the California-based painter refreshes colour-field abstraction for our digital age of infinite screen time

By Louisa Elderton
Janiva Ellis, Co-Panicing, 2017, oil on canvas, 76 × 57 cm.  Courtesy: the artist and 47 Canal, New York; photograph: Joerg Lohse

Ellis’s paintings are spring-loaded with overlapping references to film and television, current events, art and cartoons.

By Andrew Durbin

In a show at Kasmin Gallery, New York, size reveals not the late painter’s ego, but rather his belief in personal engagement 

By Matthew Holman