A report ‘Upon a Shifting Plate’ in Beirut, the final off-site project of this year’s Sharjah Biennial

Editorial

Thoughts on #MeToo, Tom Hanks’ typewriter reveries and algorithmic citizenship: what to read this weekend

Jennifer Packer, 'Tenderheaded', 2017, exhibition view, The Renaissance Society, Chicago. Courtesy: The Renaissance Society, Chicago

The Renaissance Society, Chicago, USA

Stockholm’s Magasin III to open Israel space; Hayward name senior curators; Prada Foundation opens in Shanghai

Monika Stricker, 'Stereo Balls', 2017, mixed media, sound installation, dimensions variable. Courtesy: Clages, Cologne

Clages, Cologne, Germany

Founders of the Book Society in Seoul, Helen Ku and Lim Kyung Yong, talk about the origins of their bookshop and publishing house

On Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw the US from UNESCO

Rana Hamadeh, 'The Ten Murders of Josephine', 2017, installation view, Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam. Courtesy: Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam; photograph: Kristien Daem

Witte de With, Rotterdam, the Netherlands

Roni Horn, Untitled from the series 'Still Water (The River Thames, For Example)', 1999, lithograph on paper, 77 x 105 cm. Courtesy: American Acquisitions Committee 2005 © Tate, London 2017

Q: What do you like the look of? A: Water, always, in any weather. Calm, stormy, in the morning, at sunset, even at night.

The debut feature film by Austin Lynch and Matthew Booth is a captivating portrait of America loosely inspired by reclusive artist Forrest Bess

Reena Spaulings, ‘bad painting’ and the institutionalization of Institutional Critique

For art fair week in the French capital, a round-up of the best shows around town

At the Serpentine Marathon, artists and scientists considered AI, paranoia and the supernatural in an age of machine learning

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Jean-Michel Basquiat, Untitled, 1982. Courtesy: Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, © The Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat, licensed by Artestar, New York; photograph: Studio Tromp, Rotterdam
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Lis Rhodes and Nottingham Contemporary awarded Freelands Prize; Susanne Pfeffer named director of MMK Frankfurt
Johann König. Photograph: Lukas Gansterer
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11 Nov 2017

A full-day course hosted by Tom Morton with curators Jenni Lomax, Sally Shaw, Laurence Sillars & Clarrie Wallis 

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On View

The definitive guide to current exhibitions at the best galleries and museums around the globe

Frieze London

Regent’s Park
5–8 October 2017

Frieze Masters

Regent's Park, London
5–8 October 2017

Fairs

Malcolm Morley. Photography: Jason Schmidt. Courtesy: the artist and Sperone Westwater, New York

With a career survey at Frieze Masters, Malcolm Morley on soldiers, style and painting Jasper Johns

Taco Dibbits, Director of the Rijksmuseum, in front of a portrait of Hassan El Berberi at Colnaghi, Frieze Masters 2017

Relections on the second Curators Programme at Frieze Masters 2017

Dear Ivanka Propoganda (still), 2017

From Kate Millet to Dear Ivanka, explore new perspectives on feminism and sex-positivity in a playlist by the curator of Sex Work

Visitors to Emalin’s presentation of Evgeny Antuvief at Focus, Frieze London 2017. Photograph: Mark Blower/Frieze

From woodcuts to bespoke dresses, Focus offers art that costs less than you might think

Cooper Cole, Focus section at Frieze London 2017

A Q&A with the Toronto-based gallery, joining Focus this year

With a new space in London, the gallerist who joins Focus this year

Hit list for the final day of Frieze London and Frieze Masters  

Documentation of Jessica Warboys making Sea Painting, Birling Gap. Courtesy: the artist

Brian Cass explains how the idea of ‘the edge in landscape’ manifests in the Towner’s collection, current exhibition and CAS acquisition at Frieze

Multipage
Various Small Fires, Frieze London 2017

View immersive presentations from the world's most forward-thinking emerging galleries

Saturday tickets are now sold out at Frieze London, but still available for Sunday

Lynda Benglis, SCARAB, 1990 on view at the shared stand of Cheim & Read and Thomas Dane, Frieze Masters 2017, Stand F6

The Samdani Art Foundation Curator salutes Lynda Benglis and Roberto Burle-Marx, whose work appears at Frieze Masters

The shows, talks and performances continue for the third day of Frieze London and Frieze Masters

Video

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Frieze Art Fair Video - 30 Sep 2017

Frieze and Scenic present a 360° video of Frieze Sculpture, London's largest display of outdoor artwork

Design Matters - 18 Oct 2017

For the fourth in our six-part series in collaboration with B&O PLAY, Design Matters, the New York Times Magazine design director Gail Bichler discusses taking risks, the tactility of print, and creating a record of history

frieze video - 06 Oct 2017

Made in 1977 for German public television, a rare look at Harun Farocki’s films for children

Sponsored Content - 29 Sep 2017

With his show at Hauser & Wirth, London, Jack Whitten talks abstraction, ‘elemental matter’ and a spirituality that accommodates science and technology

Sponsored Content - 26 Sep 2017

Working across sculpture, painting and film, Toby Ziegler talks about his interest in material slippage, image approximation and recreating the effects of digital technology

From Sibylle Berg & Claus Richter's Wonderland Avenue (2016), commissioned for Frieze Projects 2016

Frieze Art Fair Video - 31 Jan 2017

Explore the commissions at Frieze London 2016 and uncover their shared concerns

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