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Frieze #244

230 x 300 mm, 168 pages
Eight times a year
First published 1991
Editor-in-chief: Andrew Durbin
Art director: Lorenz Klingebiel

Over 32 years, Frieze has developed from outsider indie to become the leading magazine for contemporary art and culture, and spawned art fairs in London, New York and Los Angeles. It provides international art coverage, criticism and analysis and promises (if not always achieving) jargon-free language.

The latest edition attempts to unpack ‘community,’ which has become a bit of a buzzword. At the risk of repeating it so many times that it loses meaning, Community as a theme covers a lot of ground: in built environments like the four emerging galleries in Tokyo featured in this issue, in movements like Blk Art Group and the Jamaican intuitives, and across time like with Chris Marker's early chatbot Dialector.

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