Hito Steyerl

The simplicity of the Japanese architect’s slate ‘wing’ belies its complex construction

By Amy Sherlock

From Marina Abramović to extinct tropical birds, seeing more than what’s there

By Matthew McLean

The artist addressed the ‘elephant in the room’ – that London’s Serpentine gallery bears the Sackler name

By Frieze News Desk
Hito Steyerl, ‘Factory of the Sun’, installation view, 2018, National Gallery Victoria. Courtesy: National Gallery Victoria

Melbourne

28 Sep
24 Mar
Hito Steyerl, ‘Factory of the Sun’, installation view, 2018, National Gallery Victoria. Courtesy: National Gallery Victoria

Melbourne

28 Sep
24 Mar

At an 18th-century neoclassical manor house, this year’s Cinema Camp was inspired by the writings of the late Cuban filmmaker Julio García Espinosa

By Leo Goldsmith

Hito Steyerl’s Duty Free Art and A Field Guide to the Snowden Files

By Tom Overton

Guggenheim pull pieces from Chinese art show after animal rights protests; Berlin’s Volksbühne occupied; vandalism at Skulptur Projekte Münster

To celebrate frieze’s quarter century, the editors choose 25 key artworks: one for each year of the magazine’s existence

A report from the 47th edition of the annual photography festival

By Simon Bowcock

A report from the 2016 edition of Rhizome’s Seven on Seven conference

By Matthew Shen Goodman

A round-up of the best current shows in the city

By Summer Guthery