State of the Art

On the 50th anniversary of Stonewall, we should take up the call of the women who fought on the front lines of the LGBTQ rights revolution

By Evan Moffitt
St. Mark's Square During the Historic Flood, 1966. Courtesy: Wikimedia Commons

To address the ‘interesting times’ alluded to in the title of the 58th Venice Biennale, we must challenge the language we use to describe them

By Andrew Durbin
Rhoda Kellogg, Untitled, c. mid-1980s. Courtesy: Kindergarten Association, San Francisco, CA

frieze’s Editor-at-Large considers what it means to move on

By Dan Fox

In an era marked by dishonesty, what of the age-old assumption that the eyes cannot lie?

By Harry Thorne

From Budapest to Liverpool, a resurgent far-right poses a great threat to cultural freedom

By En Liang Khong
Illustration by Lauren Rolwing

Even as right-wing politics increasingly tries to enforce them, remembering that nature and art know no borders

By Evan Moffitt

In this era of rapid change, an introduction to some of the artists responding to the here and now

By Jennifer Higgie

New York in spring: Andrew Durbin turns to film as a way of diary-keeping

By Andrew Durbin

A brief look at arts funding, the future of museums, and the dangers of efficiency

By Paul Teasdale

Learning to appreciate the laws of perspective

By Dan Fox
Illustration by Lauren Rolwing

On losing faith in generalism, learning to listen and embracing doubt 

By Jonathan Griffin
Illustration by Lauren Rolwing

Our complex relationship to the world's oceans 

By Amy Sherlock