Frieze Magazine, number 217, March 2021
In the March issue of frieze, Tausif Noor profiles painter, writer and teacher Amy Sillman; underground filmmaker Bruce LaBruce speaks with writer Michael Bullock; and Wangechi Mutu answer our questionnaire.
Profile: Tausif Noor on Amy Sillman
Conversation: Michael Bullock and Bruce LaBruce
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Novelist Deborah Levy contributes ‘1500 words’ on her memories of David Hammons’s A Fly in a Sugar Bowl (1990). A.S. Hamrah writes about Hollywood representations of Trumpland in the age of Netflix. Rianna Jade Parker responds to a single work by Charles Gaines. Plus, Amy Sherlock speaks to Kitty Anderson, Skinder Hundal, Kim McAleese and Miles Thurlow about how 2020 has re-framed localism in the UK arts.
Columns: Power Moves
Josh Freedman and Rebecca Davis examine cultural censorship in China; Lauren Van Haaften-Schick peeks into the artist contracts that rethink the terms of sale; Sean Burns delivers a lesson in the art of power dressing; and musician Sumeet Samos considers the rise of Dalit rap in India. Also, Olamiju Fajemisin speaks to Larry Achiampong about the anti-fascist movement Rock Against Racism, which is currently the subject of an exhibition at De La Warr Pavilion
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