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frieze magazine

Issue 198

October 2018

The fallacies of ‘community building’, online and IRL, in the work of Cécile B. Evans

At Berlin’s Haus der Kulturen der Welt, an exhibition presents art from the turbulent interwar years as an archaeology of knowledge

James Holden, Solstice/I Have Put Out the Light, 2002. Courtesy: Silver Planet

The artist reflects on the sounds that have shaped their thinking

Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art, 2018. Courtesy: Assemble

In the tanks of a Victorian bathhouse, the Turner Prize-winning Assemble have created a contemporary art gallery at Goldsmiths, London

Q: What do you like the look of? A: ‘Looks aren't everything.’

A new film uses a sculpture by the late Donald Rodney to reflect on the many tales of race and class that are etched on the skin 

Exploring the lingering effects of war, censorship and colonialism on art collections – where do museums entangled in complex histories go fro

 SS Canberra at sea, c.1962. Courtesy: © P&O Heritage Collection

Storms arise, the boat pitches and rolls, passengers are literally and figuratively tossed together

At Coda Culture, Singapore, the artist explores questions of authenticity and agency through sobering, yet tender, documentation of her transition

At San Sebastián’s Tabakalera, hypnotic multimedia installations suggest non-human intelligence can function as a generator of meaning, not just as

At Bildmuseet, Umeå, the artist’s meticulous, elegant photography interrogates both the natural world and the nature of the human gaze

The work of John Hanson, Rob Nilsson and Fred Lonidier establishes a dialectic between a leftist melancholy and a more forward-looking politics