frieze i — March 2013, #153


The leading magazine of contemporary art and culture. Published eight times a year, frieze includes essays, reviews and columns by today’s most forward-thinking writers, artists and curators.

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In the March issue of frieze, Quinn Latimer discusses the paintings of Sylvia Sleigh ahead of her major touring retrospective, Jonathan Griffin considers the sculptures of Anthony Pearson, while artist Alexandra Bachzetsis talks about the art works, performances and films that inform her practice. Also in this issue: art historian Jean-François Chevrier talks to Mark Sadler about his recent publication on the role of hallucination in artistic creation, Triple Canopy editor Alex Provan considers the particularities of the artist-run institution, and a new essay by artist and writer Brian O’Doherty. In the columns, writer Orit Gat reviews Douglas Rushkoff’s new publication, Present Shock: When Everything Happens Now; Charlie Fox takes a look at the new album by experimental electronic duo Matmos; Theo Altenberg considers the link between painting and performance as presented by recent exhibitions at Tate Modern and LA MOCA; and the documentary filmmakers Rachel Grady and Heidi Ewing talk about their 'life in film'. Laure Prouvost, recent recipient of the Max Mara Art Prize answers the frieze questionnaire.

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