June 07, 2005


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The latest issues of frieze issue 92 is out now. Jennifer Higgie asks what is slowness in art, and Steven Stern conducts an in-depth survey of the work of Allen Ruppersberg. Other features include Benjamin Weissman on Frances Stark, Chris Berry on Yang Fudong and Edward Allington on Ian Wilson's 'discussions'. Plus, Norman Bryson examines 'Art Since 1900', Alex Farquharson asks if criticism has lost its influence to curating and Francesco Bonami and Charles Esche debate the rise of the biennial.