Public Art

‘You are deeper than what you think’ is the French artist’s first UK public art commission

By Kadish Morris

For more than 60 years the Tehran-born, Minneapolis-based artist has made work about community, coexistence and the experience of exile

By Ian Bourland

Exploring Isamu Noguchi's News (1940), the inspiration for Frieze Sculpture New York

By Brett Littman
Tofer Chin in his studio. Photograph: Joshua White. Courtesy: Frieze/Joshua White

Frieze global partner LIFEWTR marks the inaugural Frieze Los Angeles with a publicly accessible artwork at The Standard DTLA by L.A. artist Tofer Chin

Criticisms of impact are missing the project’s power to change behaviour, argues collaborator and geologist Minik Rosing

By Hettie Judah

A three-hour flight west of Lisbon, a setting of emerald landscapes and panoramic ocean views backdrops this annual Summer project 

By Cristina Sanchez-Kozyreva

Every night they dissembled the shed; every morning they built it anew

By David Balzer

The 20-metre-high Mastaba finally realizes the artist and his late wife Jeanne-Claude’s design

As the most expensive railway on earth is built, is art being used as a mouthpiece for power?

By Tom Jeffreys

The Triforium – Los Angeles’s weirdest and most reviled public artwork – awakes from a long slumber

By Evan Moffitt

Thoughts on the difficulties of introducing art into the public realm, following a recent symposium organized by Oslo Pilot

By Harry Thorne

A report from the festival on feminism and public space in Hamburg

By Chloe Stead