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‘Berlin has always been divided, so it’s important to find forms of solidarity.’ – María Inés Plaza Lazo. In the March issue of frieze, Carina Bukuts chairs a roundtable conversation on the future of Berlin’s institutions, with contributions from curator and writer Anselm Franke, the co-founder and editor of Arts of the Working Class, María Inés Plaza Lazo, the director and founder of CCA Berlin – Center for Contemporary Arts, Fabian Schöneich, and artist Sung Tieu. Plus, Edna Bonhomme speaks to Carolyn Lazard ahead of the artist’s exhibition at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis. Also featuring: Adam Mazur reviews the rise of right-wing art in Poland as the Law and Justice Party systematically eliminates opposition within the country’s institutions. In ‘1,500 words’, Alexander Kluge reflects on Walter Benjamin’s favourite film and the pleasure machines of Coney Island. And Carina Bukuts profiles Rabih Mroué, whose solo show at KW Institute of Contemporary Art, Berlin, opens in mid-February.