Fan Letter

‘These are photographs in which moments – and lives – are constantly moving from then to now, bodies finding echoes in the world around them’

By Caroline Marciniak

Enemy Kitchen makes Iraqi culture visible in the US beyond war, producing an alternative discourse and social space.’

By Michael Rakowitz

‘This is the passing of time visualized through a contrapuntal freezing of it’

By Harry Thorne

‘Every Wednesday, we would drink and watch Italian masterpieces – Fellini, Pasolini, Visconti – without subtitles’

By Sohrab Mohebbi

‘Burdekin was a feminist, speculative, dystopian writer of essential texts’

By Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster

‘It would be easy to cry to this tune, but difficult to dance to it’

By Patrick Langley

‘Her strange, thinking surfaces have become the artworks I think about the most’

By Quinn Latimer

‘At the first site, the freedom of the United States of America is honoured; at the second, the history of its immigrants is conserved’

By Carina Bukuts

‘The last time I felt maenadically enthusiastic was during this year’s Pride, marching down the streets of Milan under a scorching sun’

By Barbara Casavecchia

‘Enthusiasm leaks out from the possibility of how these things might all be together’

By Adam Chodzko
John Singer Sargent, Vernon Lee, 1881, oil paint on canvas. Courtesy: Tate, London

The Psychology of an Art Writer provides a beautiful account of Lee’s looking and feeling and thinking and writing about art’

By Vivian Sky Rehberg
Jac Leirner, 'Adição', 2018, installation view. Courtesy: © Jac Leirner and Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel, São Paulo; photograph: Eduardo Ortega

‘What would Jac Leirner do?’

By Fernanda Brenner

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Sponsored Content - 10 Jul 2019

‘I see something I recognize somehow, and I make a picture’

Frieze Academy - 02 Jul 2019

Take a closer look at what a Frieze Academy Workshop involves, with highlights and insights from attendees and speakers of our ‘How to… Curate an Exhibition’ Workshop.

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