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Frieze | No. 223 November/December 2021

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Launched in 1991, frieze is a leading magazine of contemporary art and culture.

In the November/December issue of frieze, Hurvin Anderson and Peter Doig discuss Caribbean landscapes and the British imaginary ahead of Tate’s ‘Life Between Islands’ show. And an extended dossier on Black artists working in clay: Theaster Gates speaks to Allie Biswas about the importance of ceramics to his practice; Helen Cammock pens a personal essay about her father, a self-taught ceramicist and art teacher in post-war Britain, who is the subject of her work in the current British Art Show 9; Phoebe Collings-James and Julia Phillips discuss the relationship between clay, their bodies and the world with curator and academic Dr. Jareh Das; and Magdalene Odundo speaks to how travel to Kenya and Nigeria transformed her understanding of ceramics and what it means to be an artist.