The artist Richard Woods has a fresh approach to rolling the lawn on the other side of the Frieze sculpture park. His site-specific work Grass Painted Green, 1998-2013 (Alan Cristea Gallery), is just that—a ten sq. m block of hallowed...
The black South African photographer Ernest Cole is best known for his pictures taken during the country’s 46-year official period of apartheid, which segregated the white and black populations. In this video, his white countryman and fellow photographer David Goldblatt discusses Cole’s importance. “Ernest Cole: Photographer” opens at the Grey Art Gallery in New York on 3 September.