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Rosemarie Trockel

A survey at Moderna Museet Mälmo shows how the artist has insistently challenged notions surrounding authenticity, identity and selfhood

By Matthew Rana
Roy Lichtenstein, Artist's Studio with Model, 1974

Miami

1 Dec
26 Feb

Krems an der Donau

26 Nov
18 Feb
Rosemarie Trockel, Wette gegen sich selbst, 2005, mixed media, 14 x 44 x 22 cm © Rosemarie Trockel

New York

13 Sep
28 Oct

Rosemarie Trockel's art collection is destroyed and Atena Farghadani is released from prison

As part of a new series, frieze invites performance artist Grace Schwindt to present a series of images that are important to her

By Grace Schwindt
Harry Smith, Film #17, Mirror Animations Extended, 1962–76, 16mm film still

Temporary Gallery, Cologne, Germany

By Nicole Yip
Bruce Nauman, Pay Attention, 1973,  lithograph, 97 × 71 cm. Courtesy: the artist, Sperone  Westwater, New York, and DACS, London

In an age of perpetual distraction, how might institutions slow down and refocus the way we look at art?

By Anthony Huberman

For 25 Years Rosemarie Trockel has examined the slippery connection between sexual identity, images and the way they are perceived

By Jörg Heiser