Survey

Design for ‘the Local School’ by Studio Miessen, 2013

A survey including statements and sketches from 30 contributors

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Continuing our series looking back at the highlights of 2012 and thinking ahead to some reasons to be cheerful in 2013, as chosen by frieze editors and contributors.

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Continuing our series looking back at the highlights of 2012 and thinking ahead to some reasons to be cheerful in 2013, as chosen by frieze editors and contributors.

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The first in a series looking back at the highlights of 2012 and thinking ahead to some reasons to be cheerful in 2013, as chosen by frieze editors and contributors.

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Part two of or survey of artists, writers and curators on the relationship between art and politics.

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In the run-up to the US presidential election in 2004, frieze asked 22 artists to respond to four questions on the relationship between art and politics.

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Ahead of dOCUMENTA (13), reflections on the exhibition by its previous curators

By Jennifer Allen
Alice Channer Out of Body 2012, installation view

Ten contemporary sculptors are asked about the ways in which they feel meaning is controlled and conveyed in their work

Giorgi Andreotta Calo, Per ogmi lavoratore morto (For Every Dead Worker), 2010. Carrara marble 2.5x1.3x0.8cm, Installation view. Courtesy: Zero, Milan and the artist. Photograph: Matteo Monti

On the 150th anniversary of Italy’s unification, curators and critics respond to the country’s political crisis and its effect on cultural institutions with Gabriella Belli, Cecilia Can

By Barbara Casavecchia

An international selection of artists, writers and curators tell frieze what they’re looking forward to in the near future

Is the art world too professionalized – or not enough?

By Sam Thorne

Nine theses on slapstick

By Brian Dillon