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Frog 16 hits the newsstands in October 2016.

DOMINIQUE GONZALEZ-FOERSTER—as Sarah Bernardt—is on the cover, photographed by GIASCO BERTOLI for Frog.

In this issue, we have a special focus over 50 pages on DOMINIQUE GONZALEZ-FOERSTER, with a review of her show at the Pompidou by Frog’s chief editor ERIC TRONCY, photographs of her M.2062 performance by GIASCO BERTOLI, while MARINA FAUST shot the stage curtain she designed for the Vienna Opera.

GRANT WAHLQUIST also discusses JIM SHAW’s exhibitions at the New Museum in New York and at MassMoCA; VANESSA PLACE makes comparisons between ALEX ISRAEL and BRET EASTON ELLIS common show in Hollywood and JORDAN WOLFSON’s one in New York; and our beloved associate editor NOELLIE ROUSSEL also publishes here her long essay “Burgers, sausage fest and conformism: why French art sucks”—the title says it all!