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Hilary Lloyd,  Painting Assistant, 2018, specially commissioned for frieze’s 200th issue. Courtesy: the artist

‘The people from whom I learn most are enthusiasts, who take my soul to places I never knew existed.’

By Jan Verwoert
Marion Mahony Griffin, Federal Capital Competition View from Summit of Mount Ainslie, 1912. Courtesy: National Archives of Australia

Once eclipsed by the men in her life, the architect’s supreme originality and energy are slowly being recognized

By Marina Warner
Ziad Kalthoum, Taste of Cement, 2017. Courtesy: Bidayyat for Audiovisual Art

A Beirut-based organization supporting Syrian filmmakers captures the response of contemporary art to the wars of our time

By Kaelen Wilson-Goldie
Petra Kelly participating in the blockade of the US military base in Mutlangen, 1983. Courtesy: Krewitt/Getty Images

The inspirational founder of Germany’s Green Party and her untimely death 

By Chloe Aridjis
Kai Althoff, Untitled, 2007. Courtesy: © the artist, Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels, and Michael Werner Gallery, London

‘In this era of social violence and the return of the irrational, has the interhuman sphere become, paradoxically, obsolete?’

By Nicolas Bourriaud
Zapatista Encuentro: the 1996 Encounter for Humanity and Against Neoliberalism. Courtesy: Flickr; photograph: Julian Stallabrass

‘By changing oppressive patterns on many levels, the movement has much to say about feminism in the present moment’

By Brenda Lozano
Petrof Grand Piano. Courtesy: Petrof, Hradee Králové

‘Light was shone into the darkest corners of the continent to reveal the most wonderful traditions, which had been isolated by cold war ideologies

By Paul Kildea

The artist’s sculpture possessed an almost surreal promise, as if at any moment it might become a Really Living Thing

By Andrew Durbin

From Clémentine Deliss to Megan Tamati-Quennell, four curators discuss the projects that have informed their thinking around decoloniality

From Raqs Media Collective to Kapwani Kiwanga, five respondents discuss the projects that have informed their thinking around decoloniality

Iowa, 1966. Courtesy: Ngug1i wa Thiong’o

How monolingualism is the carbon monoxide of culture

By Ngugi wa Thiong’o

The beasts in the artist’s One or Several Tigers lead us into the tangled thickets of identity and religious ritual

By Jeremy Tiang

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Frieze Fairs - 15 Feb 2019

Artist Dave Muller on his mural on the booth walls with Blum & Poe

Frieze Fairs - 14 Feb 2019

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