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Rachel Rose

Why is the figure of the witch and magical practice making a 21st-century comeback in the arts?

By Tom Jeffreys
Rachel Rose, Wil-o-Wisp (Moiré installation), 2018, video installation. Courtesy: the artist, Philadelphia Museum and Sandretto de Rebaudengo

Turin

2 Nov
3 Feb
Photography: Clément Pascal

An emerging artist follows the path of Yuri Pattison, Mika Rottenberg and Jordan Wolfson 

Rist Pipilotti, I'm Not the Girl Who Misses Much, 1986. Photo: Pipilotti Rist © Pipilotti Rist

London

18 Jan
25 Feb
Rachel Rose, Everything and More, 2016, installation view at 'The Infinite Mix', Hayward Gallery, London. Courtesy: the artist and Hayward Gallery, London

Ahead of the launch at Frieze New York 2018, see what selected Artist Award winners made, felt and did next

Multipage

In addressing the Anthropocene, how artists are moving beyond cinematic disaster porn to visualize our current state of emergency

By Alice Bucknell

New York

15 Sep
28 Oct

Berlin

15 Sep
14 Oct
Yuri Pattison, Frieze Artist Award at Frieze London 2016

An international open call for an artist to realize a major site-specific work at Frieze London 2017, supported by the LUMA Foundation

The Hayward Gallery at 180 The Strand, London, UK

By Jonathan P. Watts

Pilar Corrias, London, UK

Frieze Artist Award

Frieze Projects' curator Nicola Lees talks to the Artist Award-winner