The latest issues of frieze and frieze d/e are out now, available in-store, online and for iPad.
Both magazines have a focus on international artists participating in the 56th Venice Biennale – including Simon Denny, JoanJonas, SarahLucas, OlafNicolai, HitoSteyerl andDanhVo – as well as columns and reviews from around the world.
Sarah Lucas: A Natural Elegance 'I think a nice pair of tits always goes down well.' Novelist Sarah Hall visits Sarah Lucas and discusses sculpture, sexual politics and representing Britain at this year's Biennale. Data Mine: Simon Denny In the run-up to 'Secret Power', Simon Denny's commission for the New Zealand Pavilion, Travis Jeppesen explores disruption, ambivalence and obsession in his work. Also Featuring Jörg Heiser traces relationships across time and place in the work of Danh Vo (representing Denmark) and Olaf Nicolai talks about his new work for the roof of the German Pavilion.
No Resolution Included in the German Pavilion at this year's Venice Biennale, Hito Steyerl's playful and pointed interventions in digital worlds are profiled by Bert Rebhandl.
Full Exposure Jan Kedves spends an afternoon with legendary Swiss photographer Walter Pfeiffer, whose career in art and fashion spans more than four decades.
The Post-Human Animal From Joseph Beuys' dead hare to Pierre Huyghe's masked monkey, Ana Teixeira Pinto asks what is driving the recent proliferation of animals in artworks – and what does this mean for humankind?
For our latest video, Assistant Editor Paul Clinton visits the 12th Sharjah Biennial and considers how the region's political complexes align with its theme of 'The Past, The Present, The Possible'. The Biennial featured 55 artists and 36 new commissions.