November 3, 2008 - frieze - November/December issue out now
November 3, 2008

November/December issue out now

November/December issue out now​

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In the November/December issue of frieze

On the occasion of his first London show in 16 years, Richard Serra talks to Adrian Searle about the evolution of his ideas and his plans for the future.

Jennifer Higgie reflects on Matthew Brannon‘s paintings and sculptures, whose elegant aesthetic belies a witty, acerbic take on the human condition.

Glaswegian novelist and artist Alasdair Gray responds to questions from frieze about art, life and literature.

Jörg Heiser, Mario Cordognato and Padraig Timoney find that despite it’s problems, the city of Naples offers much in the way of a thriving art scene, breathtaking architecture and extraordinary food.

Tom Morton discovers ambiguity, concealment and eroticism lurking in the shadows of Victor Man‘s paintings and installations.

Vivian Rehberg considers Melik Ohanian‘s recent multi-venue project, Jens Hoffmann explores the socially engaged work of Harrell Fletcher and Christopher Bedford discusses Silvia Kolbowski’s ambitious new film.

In the new ‘Case Study’ section, Daria Martin discusses the ideas behind her latest film. Watch an extract of Harpstrings and Lava (2007) on

In the ‘Focus’ section: Athanasios Argianas, Harry Dodge and Stanya Kahn, Natascha Sadr Haghighian and Bili Bidjocka.

In the ‘Front’ section, Tirdad Zolghadr on keeping fit, disappointment and art criticism, and Robert Storr on the first India Art Summit.

In the regular feature ‘Ideal Syllabus’ the artist Monika Baer reveals the books that have influenced her, and in ‘Life in Film’ Clio Barnard talks about some of her favourite movies.

In the ‘Back’ section, 25 reviews from around the world.

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