Dan Fox

The art world’s dining rituals reinforce its class barriers – which is why we should value the museum coffee

By Dan Fox

What the frieze editors have been reading this week

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‘Água Viva’ is a vision of a run-down and resource-scarce future

By Dan Fox

Dan Fox meets humanoid Ai-Da and the man who created ‘her’

By Dan Fox

The late pop maverick was influenced by sources as diverse as Jacques Brel, Swedish cinema and Sibelius

By Dan Fox
Rhoda Kellogg, Untitled, c. mid-1980s. Courtesy: Kindergarten Association, San Francisco, CA

frieze’s Editor-at-Large considers what it means to move on

By Dan Fox
 Craig Baldwin, Tribulation 99, 1991. Courtesy: Canyon Cinema, San Francisco

A recent celebration of the American filmmaker provided a rare opportunity to come face-to-face with a major figure of underground cinema

By Dan Fox
Mike, 1980, black and white photograph. Courtesy: the artist and Greene Naftali, New York; photograph: General Idea

‘It embodies the qualities of enthusiasm, enquiry and toe-curling earnestness that art can’t exist without’

By Dan Fox

‘Cinematic’ is often overused, but Roeg’s films showed how minds and memories wander back and forth in time, colouring our experience of the world

By Dan Fox

At Brooklyn’s Triangle Arts Association, Tyler Coburn and Ian Hatcher revive the techniques of a Cold War-era covert intelligence programme

By Dan Fox

In New York, a so-called ‘exhibition’ at a ‘museum’ featuring 30 ‘artists’? Dan Fox uncovers the truth behind this dangerously timely show

By Dan Fox

Nathaniel Kahn’s new HBO film works on the assumption that money and power is all anyone in the art world is interested in

By Dan Fox