Fifty years on, Ellen Mara De Wachter retraces Robert Smithson’s journey to his home town of Passaic, New Jersey, in search of the monuments of his time
From skyscraper bridges to giant bio-domes enclosing Manhattan, an exhibition at the Queens Museum takes us on a tour of the city that could have been
Made in 1977 for German public television, a rare look at Harun Farocki’s films for children
frieze reports from this year's Skulptur Projekte Münster – the once-a-decade exhibition started in 1977 – and explores the changing meaning of sculpture in public space today
frieze associate editor Paul Clinton talks to curator and Professor of Fashion and Museology at London College of Fashion, Judith Clark, about the challenges of curating exhibitions of fashion and dress
frieze visits Interference Archive in New York, USA - a volunteer-run collection of social and political objects and ephemera - to find out about its mission and work
Why did artist Eric Wesley take over a disused Taco Bell in Middle America?
Amy Sherlock reports from the Power Station of Art, home to the 11th Shanghai Biennale: 'Why Not Ask Again', curated by Raqs Media Collective
Pablo Larios explores Anne Imhof's exhibition-as-opera at Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin
Matthew Noel-Tod looks back on 50 years of the London Film-makers Co-op, a radical and egalitarian organization founded in 1966
On the 25th anniversary of frieze magazine, co-editor Dan Fox reflects on how publishing and contemporary art have changed
An interview with legendary New York poet and author Eileen Myles about her life, her relationship to art and artists, and her recent global recognition
Ellen Mara De Wachter considers how plants can teach us to live ethically
In our second video supported by Arts Council England, Matthew McLean considers what failed interviews might tell us about art criticism
An interview with Italian filmmakers Yervant Gianikian and Angela Ricci Lucchi
Artist, writer, filmmaker and actor Miranda July talks about her recent performance work, 'New Society'
A cross-generational look at how artists have survived in London and why they continue to stay
Fritz Haeg talks about his plans for the former commune
In November 2014, Fritz Haeg bought Salmon Creek Farm, a 33-acre property in Northern California
What effect has digital technology had on contemporary painting?
The political complexities behind this year’s Sharjah Biennial 12
Dan Fox reports on the exhibition's highlights
In the studio with designer Fraser Muggeridge
An interview with the philosophers who coined the term
Pablo Larios talks about 'Network Fatigue' in the age of digital circulation
A tour of artist Pablo Bronstein's house
An interview with Kenneth Goldsmith
The 5th Marrakech Biennale
The past, present and future of Glasgow’s art scene
The past, present and future of one of the UK's most creative cities
An interview with the award-winning filmmaker
frieze co-editor Dan Fox asks: who are the audiences for artists, writers and curators?
How living in the Kent countryside for four decades has influenced the British artist’s paintings
What do we mean by Post-Internet art?
An interview with the founders of three non-profit spaces
Interviews with three non-profit organizations