frieze, published eight times a year, is a magazine that is a leading voice on contemporary art and culture. it includes essays, reviews and columns by today’s most forward-thinking writers, artists and curators.



the March edition of Frieze is as ever stocked with essays, interviews, reviews and previews. this issue features a number of noteworthy articles: The White Review editor, Ben Eastham looks at the career of Tacita Dean; artist and filmmaker Arthur Jafa is interviewed about politics, Black Lives Matter and art infrastructure; there’s a fascinating look at sleep in an art historical context as well as a couple of features on China.
// from the issue: femme futures – why have women been written out of internet history? //

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issue #191, the november-december edition of frieze leads with a city report from cape town, which considers the impact on the local arts scene of a host of new private museums. it also includes a report on the changing aesthetics and threatened spaces of the queer sinosphere of east asia; design critic alice rawsthorn investigates ‘ore streams’, the digital recycling project of studio formafantasma; and artist, dancer and choreographer william forsythe answers this edition’s questionnaire.

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