‘My biggest message to queens: we come from the earth.’ – ANOHNI
In the May issue of frieze, editor-in-chief Andrew Durbin profiles ANOHNI, and a comprehensive oral history of New York’s Orchard Gallery, including contributions from Rhea Anastas, Moyra Davey, Andrea Fraser, Nicolás Guagnini, Gareth James, Christian Phillip Müller, Jeff Preiss, R. H. Quaytman, Karin Schneider, Jason Simon and Bennett Simpson.
‘She sang of longing and dysphoria, her voice conveying the melody of those feelings we were forbidden from saying aloud.’ Editor-in-chief Andrew Durbin profiles the celebrated singer and artist.
Oral History: Orchard
‘We were not aspiring to the gallery model, but to the utopian model.’ An oral history of Orchard – the legendary, artist-run space on New York’s Lower East Side by Rhea Anastas, Moyra Davey, Andrea Fraser, Nicolás Guagnini, Gareth James, Christian Philipp Müller, Jeff Preiss, R.H. Quaytman, Karin Schneider, Jason Simon and Bennett Simpson.
Associate editor Vanessa Peterson speaks to photographer Dayanita Singh ahead of her major survey at MUDAM, Luxembourg. In ‘1,500 Words’, John Keene writes on AIDS, memory and photography in the work of Darrel Ellis, the subject of a survey at The Bronx Museum.
Columns: Time Warp
Vivian L. Huang profiles artist Tehching Hsieh, known for creating durational performances that last an entire year; Gary Zhexi Zhang unpacks the ideas behind his latest book, Catastrophe Time! (2023); curator Stuart Comer discusses his personal time capsule with associate editor Marko Gluhaich; Sayuri Okamoto examines the writing of Yoshimasu Gozo, whose poetry has little use for ordinary notions of time and space. Plus, coinciding with her exhibition ‘Timelapse’ at Guggenheim, New York, Sarah Sze meets with Erika Balsom.
Finally, Sasha Frere-Jones responds to La Monte Young’s Dream House (1969) for its 30th anniversary in Tribeca. Plus, Going Up, Going Down charts what’s hot and what’s not in the global art world, and we bring you the latest iteration of our Lonely Arts column.