Urs Fischer

In further art world madness: Urs Fischer turns Dasha Zhukova into a giant candle; oily vandals at Athens museums

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Watch a short film produced by Frieze Teens, featuring interviews and footage from this year's workshops

In an ongoing series, frieze asks an artist, curator or writer to list the books that have influenced them

By Brian Kennon
Installation view of 'Who's Afraid of Jasper Johns?', Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York. Photo Credit: James Walton / Tony Shafrazi Gallery, 2008.

At Tony Shafrazi Gallery New York, a glimpse into the space’s immediate past is the backdrop for a motley assortment of work

By Christopher Bedford

Urs Fischer’s work is characterized by happy accidents – slips of the hand and mind that can transform even the ugliest of ducklings into a weirdly beautiful swan

By Tom Morton

Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin, Germany

By Kirsty Bell