March 30, 2009 - frieze - April issue 122: Out Now
March 30, 2009

April issue 122: Out Now

April issue 122: Out Now

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Sam Thorne explores the influences of home, travel, translation and transience in the work of Brazilian artist Rivane Neuenschwander.

Diedrich Diederichsen questions how the Internet has affected definitions of a contemporary culture industry and finds that the imaginary architecture in a 15th-century book may provide the answer.

Sean O’Toole considers how Amar Kanwar‘s multilayered films and installations prompt ‘revelations of different kinds, for different individuals.’

Julian Myers grapples with the work of an artist who relishes multiple viewpoints, myriad materials and a slippery approach to meaning, to ask who is Sterling Ruby?

City Report: Tel Aviv features Israel’s second largest city, which is known as ‘the bubble’ for its air of detachment from political turmoil, its cosmopolitanism, hedonism and vibrant art scene.

Martin Creed responds to the frieze Questionnaire.

Joe Scanlan finds that many of Europe and America’s most controversial buildings await an uncertain fate, and Jonty Claypole argues that eden ahbez was the most eccentric and successful songwriter you’ve never heard of.

Olav Westphalen contributes a specially commissioned project, and Carol Bove lists the books that have influenced her.

23 exhibition reviews from around the world including the UK, the USA, Belgium, Brazil, Colombia, Egypt, Germany, Italy, Poland, South Korea, Spain and Switzerland.

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Videos and music from the current issue, including Rivane Neuenschwander‘s film Pangaea’s Diaries (2008), Helen Lane (2009) by Stuart Ringholt, Keys to Our Heart (2008) and Play wit da Churen IV: Play with da Churen (2005) by Kalup Linzy, as well as music from Belbury Poly, El-B and Telepathe.

Also, more exhibition reviews from around the world, regularly updated opinion and debate on the Editors’ Blog, and columns from frieze writers on contemporary art and culture in the Comment section.

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