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From the new issue of frieze: With his fourth plinth commission unveiled in London, Michael Rakowitz talks archaeological magic tricks and Saddam Hussein’s obsession with Star Wars....

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Lucy Dodd’s ‘May Flower’ is now open at @davidlewisgallery in New York. The exhibition is the artist’s first in NYC since her 2016 solo exhibition at the @whitneymuseum. ‘May...

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Our April issue is out now! . Featuring @maryandpat on the cover. @hrfthorne explores mythology and the burlesque in the videos of Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley, whose exhibition...

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Detail from ‘Untitled (Robe Figure)’ one of a selection of paintings, photographs and drawings spanning 30 years by Irish-born American-based painter Sean Scully. On show @hongkongartscentre...

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Ellen Mara De Wachter reviews the Sven Augustijnen's, ‘Summer Thoughts’ exhibition, on show until 31 March at @jan.mot.brussels. Consisting of nine letters written by the artist,...

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Come and say hello to @frieze_magazine at @artbasel Hong Kong and also get great offers on our March issue, subscriptions and tote bags! Plus, we have our Ally Capellino x frieze collaboration...

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‘If John Ashbery’s form has stemmed predominantly from the rhythms of the sentence, and spoken English, he has always been a restless experimenter with traditional forms, from pantoums...

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With her first major solo exhibition in the UK, the US filmmaker Ericka Beckman speaks about video games, socialist Monopoly and breaking rules in her interview with Pablo Larios on...

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"In an animation calling on thermal imagery, distress signals and mobile data, The Left-to-Die Boat (2012) by Forensic Architecture's offshoot project, Forensic Oceanography, traces...

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Link in stories! Read our Critic’s Guide to Hong Kong as Art Basel and many other art events take place this week in the city. Credit: Jiang Zhi, @blindspotgallery

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‘Nigerian-born, Antwerp-based artist Otobong Nkanga, whose exhibition ‘To Dig a Hole That Collapses Again’ opens this Saturday at the MCA Chicago, asks audiences to further consider...

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The Hong Kong Art Week kicked off today with exhibitions at the recently opened H Queens development and the Pedder Building. Swipe left for a selection and watch out for our Hong Kong...

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Please join us this Thursday in Hong Kong! * Para Site and frieze Magazine are delighted to present special contributions by two participating artists in @parasite.hk’s current exhibition...

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"As the vehicle continues through this desolate landscape, pangs of anxiety and recognition flash across her face, hints of tears in her eyes. Her name is Zayanu Khasueva and she is...

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Swipe left for more pics from shows currently on in Beijing: • Liu Xiaohui @shanghartgallery • Yin Xiuzhen @pacegallery • Thomas Kiesewetter, part of ‘5 x Berlin’ @boersli_gallery •...

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"As a five-year-old, I had a crush on a peppermill.": Ahead of the opening of her Tate Britain Duveen Galleries commission The Squash, the Turner Prize Anthea Hamilton nominee answers...

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Linder’s brilliant retrospective exhibition ‘The House of Fame’ has opened @nottm_contemp in the UK. It runs until 24 June and includes ‘a cast of 200 collaborators and fellow...