May 2, 2006 - frieze - announces international art writer’s prize
May 2, 2006

announces international art writer’s prize

frieze announces international art writer’s prize

frieze magazine is launching an art writers prize to discover and promote new art critics.

Entrants must submit one 700 word review of a recent contemporary art exhibition. Entries must be submitted in English, but it may be a translation (this must be acknowledged). Entrants must be over 18 years old.

The entrant must not previously have had any writing published in any national or regional newspaper or magazine, with the exception of student publications.

The winning entrant will be commissioned to write a review for the October issue of frieze and be awarded £2000 at an event during Frieze Art Fair 2006.

Closing date is: 3 July 2006
Entries should either be sent to
Frieze Writers Prize 5-9 Hatton Wall London EC1N 8HX
or emailed as a word attachment to

The judges decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into regarding individual entries.
frieze magazine issue 99/ May 2006.

Issue 99 of frieze explores the relationship between art and architecture. Jonathan Bell’s round-up of new museums and art galleries traverses the globe; Tirdad Zolghadr and Tony Chakur report on Beirut’s emerging art scene and Victoria Pomery and Ole Bouman debate the client versus the architect. Dejan Sudjic considers the problematic relationship between architecture and repressive regimes, and Eyal Weizman discusses the use of philosophy as a tactical device by the Israeli military. Also included are a profile of the influential architecture critic Reyner Banham, an interview with artist and filmmaker Anthony McCall, profiles of artists Sean Snyder and Marjetic Potrc, and a discussion of architectural doppelgangers.

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100th issue published 1 June.

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