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frieze magazine

Issue 193

March 2018

On the eve of Tacita Dean's solo shows at London’s Royal Academy of Arts, National Gallery and National Portrait Gallery, Ben Eastham explores her new work and the ‘magic of film’; Ying Zhou looks at depictions of modern China in the work of Cui Jie; and an interview between Arthur Jafa and artist Jace Clayton opens up ‘black sites’ and the politics of filmmaking. Elsewhere in the magazine Negar Azimi reflects that Eileen Myles's new memoir of her dog has much to say about being human; and in an exclusive commission for frieze, artist Simon Starling photographs Giorgio Griffa’s studio in Turin.

Once dubbed ‘the world’s factory floor’, Shenzhen has re-invented itself as a centre of innovation 

By Beatrice Leanza

The Met Breuer, New York, USA

By Tausif Noor

Hauser & Wirth, New York, USA

By Rachel Wetzler

The artist Simon Starling photographs Giorgio Griffa’s studio in Turin

By Simon Starling and Giorgio Griffa

Why have women been written out of internet history?

By Emily Segal

Jace Clayton interviews Arthur Jafa about the politics of filmmaking, ‘black sites’ and learning how to surprise himself

By Jace Clayton

Eileen Myles’s new memoir of her dog has much to say about being human

By Negar Azimi

A series of ‘magical transformations’: Tacita Dean’s new work launches across three institutions in London

By Ben Eastham

Naeem Mohaiemen’s films reflect on recent histories of the global radical Left

By Sarinah Masukor

What accounts for the enduring appeal of Germany’s cult experimental author Hubert Fichte? 

By Manfred Hermes

What makes a commercial exhibition 'museum quality' 

By Dan Fox

How artist-led activism is shaping the construction of Chinatowns in the US

By Audrea Lim