The Spring issue of frieze d/e marks Gerhard Richter’s exhibition ‘Panorama’ at Berlin’s Neue Nationalgalerie, by speaking to Hal Foster. The Professor of Art and Archaeology at Princeton University discusses Richter’s role in what he has described as The First Pop Age, as well as the differences between German, UK and US Pop: ‘The extraordinary thing about Richter is that he is able to use a Pop idiom to rethink deeply philosophical problems in painting.’
Does Art Speak English?: The Milan-based novelist Vincenzo Latronico considers the rise of English among non-native speakers in the art world. Are they changing English, or is the language changing their work?
Pound on Poppers: Jan Verwoert listens to Karl Holmqvist’s own brand of drag performance: the artist’s mixture of poetry and pop.
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