frieze Magazine: Redesign

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This month’s frieze magazine sees a new-look, with a fresh typographic approach
combined with new sections and features. The redesign was overseen by Art Director
Sonya Dyakova, who explains that she aimed to produce ‘expressive, visually
arresting publication’.
DIGITAL : To accompany the new look, frieze will now be available on the iPad. The
May issue of the magazine will be published as a sampler version from 3 May; a fullcontent
edition will be available to purchase from the June–August issue onwards.
VIDEO: The digital formats of frieze include two specially commissioned films,
which are also be available online at video.frieze.com. The first pair of these include:
an exploration of the art and architecture of London’s Olympic Park, including
exclusive footage of the park itself; and a visual essay on the work of Moyra Davey,
by Quinn Latimer.
The May issue introduces ‘Influences’, in which artists talk about the key images
that have inspired their work; new approaches to the work of ‘Focus’ artists, including
case studies and studio visits; plus the re-introduction of the ‘Picture Piece’.
Find the new frieze at Frieze New York 4 – 7 May, Randall’s Island, Manhattan or
subscribe online today.
HIGHLIGHT S OF THE MAY ISSUE INCLUDE:
Jan Verwoert on the ‘Black Forest voodoo’ of Geoffrey Farmer’s mirages and microevents;
The Olympic Park: Douglas Murphy considers the ArcelorMittal Orbit, while
Tom Morton looks at the conflicted legacy of the London 2012 Olympics; On the
occasion of his 70th birthday, Dan Graham discusses sci-fi, dance, model-making and
the ‘just past’ with Turkish artist Can Altay.
Plus: one hundred years of John Cage by Rob Young and Sculptors Discuss Sculpture:
Jennifer Higgie asks ten artists how meaning is controlled and conveyed in their
work. With: Leonor Antunes, Alice Channer, Thea Djordjadze, Christina Mackie,
Karin Ruggaber, Kilian Rüthermann, Bojan Šarčević and Nicole Wermers
Exhibition reviews: 41 reviews from 33 cities, which include: ‘The Ungovernables:
2012 New Museum Triennial’, New York; Robert Morris, Sprüth Magers, Berlin;
‘Spirits of Internationalism’, m hka & the Van Abbemuseum, Antwerp & Eindhoven;
and Jeremy Deller, Hayward Gallery, London.

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