Sarah McCrory

‘This performance, exquisite as always, is at once emotional and precise’

By Sarah McCrory

The couples, friends and relatives who are helping shape this year’s Frieze Week 

Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art, 2018. Courtesy: Assemble

In the tanks of a Victorian bathhouse, the Turner Prize-winning Assemble have created a contemporary art gallery at Goldsmiths, London

By Crystal Bennes
Kris Lemsalu, Old Friends (detail), 2017. Ceramics, inflatable clown, metal, hair, straw. Courtesy: the artist, Koppe Astner, Glasgow; Tanya Leighton, Berlin and Temnikova Kasela, Tallinn

The Goldsmiths’ CCA Director anticipates humour, stillness and a bit of the uncanny in Frieze London's Focus

By Sarah McCrory

Maria Balshaw to become new Tate director; exhibitors list announced for Frieze New York 2017; Labour MP to direct the V&A Museum

Talks
Erik Van Lieshout, Untitled, 2014, Charcoal, ink and vinyl on paper, 150 x 253.5 cm, Private collection, courtesy the artist and Anton Kern Gallery, New York, © Erik van Lieshout

Artists debate the social and communal aspects of borders with curator Sarah McCrory

The inaugural winner is Truth and Consequences, Geneva

 

Q. What do you like the look of? A. I like the look of you. You're looking pretty good.

By Sarah McCrory
Linder, Forgetful Green, 2010

Artists' Film - 18 Oct 2010

A special commission for Frieze Film 2010