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frieze magazine

Issue 190

October 2017

The October issue of frieze is out now. In a themed section on 'Art, Culture and Appropriation', seven artists, writers and musicians discuss: ‘Is culture property? Who can speak for whom?’ Plus Paulo Bruscky interviewed and Kerstin Brätsch and Alexander Kluge in conversation; monographs on Leonor Antunes and Stuart Middleton; Rosalyn Drexler reveals the influences that have shaped her work; and Ilya and Emilia Kabakov answer the Questionnaire. Also in this issue: 34 exhibition reviews from around the world, including reports on the Manchester International Festival, PHotoESPAÑA, Alexandra Pirici at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein and Trajal Harrell at Barbican, London. 

What simulations tell us about the real world 

By Glenn Adamson

From Stravinsky in a car park to concerts in living rooms, how is classical music culture changing? 

By Adam Harper

Fifty years of writing by the filmmaker Thom Andersen 

By Nick Pinkerton

The books that have influenced Man Booker International Prize winner Han Kang 

By Han Kang
Yolanda Dominguez, ‘Little Black Dress (Jing)’, 2017, print on canvas, 224 x 150 cm. Courtesy: PhotoEspaña 2017

Various venues, Madrid, Spain

By Laurie Taylor
Alexandra Pirici, Aggregate, 2017, exhibition view, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein. Courtesy: Neuer Berliner Kunstverein / Joseph Devitt Tremblay

Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Germany

By Astrid Kaminski
Tau Lewis, Curtis Santiago and Daniel Rios Rodriguez, ‘Through the people we are looking at ourselves’, 2017, installation view, Cooper Cole. Courtesy: Cooper Cole, Toronto

Cooper Cole, Toronto, Canada

By Charles Reeve
‘After the Fact. Propaganda in the 21st Century’, 2017, installation view, Lenbachhaus. Courtesy: Lenbachhaus, Munich

Lenbachhaus, Munich, Germany

By Daniela Stöppel
Marco Esparza, Carne seca, 2015. dry meat on steel cable, dimensions variable . Courtesy: Marian Goodman Gallery, New York

Marian Goodman Gallery, New York, USA

By Tom Melick
Lang/Baumann, Up #3, 2017, steel, wood, paint, 9 x 11 x 10 m. Courtesy: L/B

Various venues, Le Havre, France

By Tom Jeffreys
Ashley Holmes, Bore, Jook (Detail), 2017, print on mesh, bore tools, thread. Courtesy: 2 Queens, Leicester; photograph: Jules Lister

2 Queens, Leicester, UK

By Jamie Sutcliffe
Birgit Megerle, The Painted Veil, 2017, installation view, Kunsthaus Glarus. Courtesy: Kunthaus Glarus;  photograph: Photo: Gunnar Meier

Kunsthaus Glarus, Switzerland

By Daniel Horn