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Frieze #237

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There are a million different ways to confront a garment. – Bárbara Sánchez-Kane

The September issue of frieze focuses on art and fashion with a specially commissioned fashion editorial by KK Obi and Jebi Labembika that explores how the surfeit of second-hand clothes influences local style in West Africa. Plus, Evan Moffitt travels to Mexico City to profile menswear designer and performance artist Bárbara Sánchez-Kane ahead of her latest presentation at kurimanzutto gallery in New York.

Also featuring:
interview with Grace Wales Bonner about the spiritual potential of archiving
roundtable: Culture writer Rosalind Jana talks with designers Sinéad O’Dwyer and Adeju Thompson and artist Paul Kindersley about how their respective practices resist ideas of mainstream fashion
columns: Threads Phoebe Philo reflects on how the career and legacy of Isa Genzken has shaped her own; Fiona Bae asks what actual skateboarders feel about the rise of skate culture in South Korea; Tan Lin writes about Shanzhai Lyric, a collective launched in 2015 who find poetry on the streets of New York’s China Town; Rhonda Lieberman looks at the rise of the artist model.

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