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Painting

Poul Erik Tøjner pays tribute to Denmark’s most important artist since Asger Jorn

By Poul Erik Tøjner

Toyin Ojih Odutola’s portraits of a fictional aristocratic Nigerian family push toward an expanded definition of the ‘black experience’

By Chase Quinn
Tracey Emin at Frieze New York 2018

Frieze Fairs - 05 May 2018

Tracey Emin talks about Xavier Hufkens (D25)’s solo presentation of her work at Frieze New York 2018

Mira Schor in her studio, New York City, 2018

Frieze Fairs - 19 Apr 2018

Mira Schor explains the relevance of her Frieze New York 2018 presentation, ‘Unseen Dick Paintings: 1988-91’

Madeleine Thien takes a look at a celebrated painter who merged Western composition with Chinese brush-and-ink style

By Madeleine Thien

The artist's layered, tender paintings consider the history of being seen and touched by black women

By Simone White

‘A countercultural beacon’: Ian Bourland reflects on the artist’s remarkable, six-decade career

By Ian Bourland

A year marked by new visualizations, both controversial and celebrated, of the black body

By Ian Bourland

Reena Spaulings, ‘bad painting’ and the institutionalization of Institutional Critique

By Hans-Jürgen Hafner
Will Elliott speaking at Colnaghi, London

Frieze Fairs - 01 Oct 2017

Will Elliott of Colnaghi reveals the stormy history of an exquisite French portrait going on view this week at Frieze Masters

Jacob van Hulsdonck, A Still Life of a Laid Table, with Plates of Meat and Fish and a Basket of Fruit and Vegetables, undated. Oil on panel, 72 × 104 cm. Courtesy: Johnny Van Haeften, London

Meditations on still life

By Claire-Louise Bennett

Dan Fox looks at the work of Mark Bradford, who represents the US at this year’s Venice Biennale

By Dan Fox