frieze magazine

Issue 189

September 2017

To coincide with the launch of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA throughout more than 70 Southern California institutions, we ask curators and critics to reflect on the key issues and highlights of this ambitious exploration of Latin American, Latinx and Chicana/o art. Also in this issue: Jörg Heiser reports from documenta 14 in Athens and Kassel; Eva Rothschild reveals the influences that have shaped her artistic thinking; as well as monographs on Nairy Baghramian, David Bestué and Ellen Lesperance.

Artist and composer Ari Benjamin Meyers on exhibiting music 

Eduardo Sarabia, La Ceiba Sagrada 16 (The Holy Ceiba 16), 2016, acrylic and India ink, 84 × 64 cm. Courtesy: the artist and josé garcía, Mexico City

Western art and Mexican culture collide in the work of Eduardo Sarabia

Ken Gonzales-Day, Zoot Suit Riots, 2016, photograph of a detail from The Great Wall of Los Angeles mural by Judy Baca and assistants (1974–83), Valley Glen, Los Angeles. Courtesy: the artist

Muralism in Los Angeles

Elda Cerrato, La Hora de los Pueblos (The Time of the People), 1975, acrylic on linen, 150 × 95 cm. Courtesy: the artist and Henrique Faria Fine Art, New York and Buenos Aires

Magalí Arriola discusses Latin American identity and art history with curators Cecilia Fajardo-Hill, Julieta González and José Luis Blondet 

Ellen Lesperance, We Are the Gentle Angry Women and We Are Singing for our Lives, 2015, gouache and graphite on tea-stained paper, 56 × 75 cm

How Ellen Lesperance transmits messages about history, feminism and labour through the art of knitting

Fifteen years of innovation at Singapore's STPI print workshops 

Illustration by Lauren Rolwing

Losing your place in the world 

Arsenale and Giardini, Venice, Italy

Eva Rothschild, An Array, 2016, installation view at The New Art Gallery, Walsall. Courtesy: the artist, 303 Gallery, New York, The Modern Institute /Toby Webster Ltd, Glasgow, Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich, and The New Art Gallery, Walsall; photograph: Robert Glowacki

The artist discusses the objects, ideas and artworks that have shaped her thinking. With an introduction by Declan Long 

Kentridge William, Refuse the Hour, 2011. Courtesy: BP.17, Buenos Aires

Various venues, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Stephan Dillemuth, ‘Sound and Smoke – a Revue in Pictures’, 2017, installation view, Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien, Graz

Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien, Graz, Austria

Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo, Brazil