• frieze d/e Digest

    frieze d/e Digest is a free iPad app containing highlights from the bilingual German/English magazine’s nine issues so far, including an interview with Hal Foster on Gerhard Richter; Pablo Larios on the consumer, the corporation and the artist – featuring a specially commissioned film; Boris Groys on the Cabaret Voltaire and the birth of artistic subjectivity; and ‘Cologne Inside Out’, a roundtable on the myths and realities of the Cologne art scene. Also featuring a selection of reviews, features, focuses and columns from Austria, Germany and Switzerland.

  • frieze Interviews

    frieze Interviews comprises 15 conversations with key artists and thinkers, drawn from the magazine’s rich archive, which dates back over 21 years. Featuring one of the last interviews with famed US critic Clement Greenberg; Bridget Riley on the importance of Impressionism; an interview with Tracey Emin at the start of her career; perspectives on photography from William Eggleston and Wolfgang Tillmans; and JG Ballard’s thoughts on celebrity, sex and death, frieze Interviews highlights an entertaining and illuminating range of voices on art and culture. With an introduction by frieze co-editor, Dan Fox.

  • frieze on documenta

    Available for Kindle and iPad, frieze on documenta – the first ebook from frieze – is the essential primer on documenta 13, offering an encounter between the past and the present, and featuring new interviews with Roger Buergel, Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, Okwui Enwezor and Jan Hoet, as well as reviews and features from the frieze archive. Edited by Jennifer Allen.

    Download your copy now from iTunes and Amazon.