Melting Candles, Rotting Oranges, Football Paintings and... Laughing Cow Cheese?

Here are the things you absolutely cannot miss during this month's Fiac Art Fair.

Sarah Hyde

What Does a Fragonard Smell Like?

French perfume brand Buly 1803's new collaboration with the Louvre (yes, the Louvre), has the answer.

Nadja Sayej

When Is Free Lunch Art?

The answer is, when the artist Rirkrit Tiravanija tells you it is.

Max Lakin

Maren Hassinger Wants to Bring People Together

With a new show at Tiwani Contemporary in London, the artist is enjoying a resurgence almost four decades into her practice.

Paige Katherine Bradley

Wyatt Kahn's Intelligence of Hands

The artist's new solo exhibition at Eva Presenhuber Gallery in New York exposes humanity through his process.

Haley Mellin

Kim Gordon's Ready to See You Now

On the eve of the release of her first solo album, "No Home Record," the artist talks California, "Socialist Realism," and why she doesn't want to be a "celebrity artist."

Carrie Courogen

The Day Tomaso Binga Married Themselves

A new show at Mimosa House, the artist's first solo show in the United Kingdom, looks back at the artist who constantly challenged gender norms in her work.

Philomena Epps

At Frieze, "Leave Britney Alone!"

The figurative painter Robin F. Williams discusses her reimagining of Spears’ 2001 “I’m a Slave 4 U” performance, which made an appearance at Frieze London.

Samuel Anderson

Grayson Perry's Must-See Super Rich Interior Decoration

The artist's first solo show at Victoria Miro since 2012 perfectly captures the zeitgeist.

Zsófia Paulikovics

Our Ten Favorite Pieces at Frieze and Beyond

From Jordan Wolfson at David Zwirner to Ibrahim El-Salahi at Vigo Gallery, here are the works we can't stop thinking about.

GARAGE Magazine

Carrie Oyama's Work Transcends the Canvas

The fashion label Agnona's collaboration with Creative Growth Art Center, means you can now take the artist's work with you, anywhere you want.

Scott Indrisek

At Frieze, Soft Art For Hard Times

The fair brings together artists like Do Ho Suh and Shezad Dawood, who are working with textiles in a whole new way.

Hettie Judah