Frieze has announced today the details of their eleventh contemporary art fair in London. On entering its second decade, Frieze London will introduce a new look in 2013 with more sizable public areas and a new layout of galleries. Frieze...Show More Summary
Reminiscent of Jeff Koons’ famous Balloon Dog sculptures, this 80-foot-tall inflatable red Balloon Dog is the work of artist Paul McCarthy. It was installed at the Frieze New York Art Fair. We think it looks like either a fantastic new...Show More Summary
Editor’s note: Contributor Luke Turner tells us about the Frieze art fair through they eyes of an art worker and writer. Here’s Turner’s list of five things he found memorable, as they relate to the ecology of last weekend’s island fair. Show More Summary
A fashionable crowd came out to play at NYC’s Frieze Art Fair this past weekend, and it got me thinking about how we dress for summer events. From the ultra-posh art lovers frequenting gallery openings to the cool hippie girls rocking out at Coachella, we love to dress the part when we go out. Frieze [...]Show More Summary
Rumor has it Emilia Clarke has gone from dating a dick to getting cozy with a dicknoser. James Franco was seen squiring Game of Thrones‘ Emilia Clarke around Randalls Island Saturday during the Frieze art fair. Said a spy of Franco and...Show More Summary
The Frieze Art Fair came and went in New York over the weekend. It was in a massive tent on Randall's Island, off the coast of the Upper East Side. Photographer Scott Lynch captured this adorable scene on Thursday when a barefoot artworld...Show More Summary
Here at Hyperallergic, we're big fans of The Art Newspaper, but we can't stop snickering at this Frieze New York Daily story about the blue-chip art fair (which ends today) being like "a search engine for art." That is, in fact, the title of the article.
Sound works and art fairs are rarely compatible. There’s the impetus to keep moving (must…see…everything), the ambient murmur, and for exhibiting galleries, the difficulty of peeling off fairgoers to don headphones or enter a booth for a bit of aural stimulation. Show More Summary
After spotting John Waters and Valentino Garavani among the art buying masses at New York’s Frieze Art Fair, we’re back with more nice people with good taste wearing expensive things: jackets by Mary Karantzou, pants and shoes by Dries van Noten, and enough Prada, Céline, and oversize silhouettes (Adidas tracksuits ... More »
This year's New York incarnation of the NADA art fair suggested that the gathering of young emerging galleries often characterized as the minor leagues of Frieze and other "major league" art fairs has grown up quite a bit. Yet with maturity...Show More Summary
Today in surprising possible hookups: James Franco "was seen squiring" Game of Thrones heroine Emilia Clarke around the Frieze Art Fair at Randalls Island this weekend. Clarke previously dated Seth MacFarlane. Are Franco and MacFarlane the same "type"? I can't decide. There's something very "Franco" about dating a woman whose ... More »
Frieze New York is an undeniably nice fair. Even if you generally hate art fairs, or sympathize with the union workers, or a devotee of the Armory Show, you have to admit that Frieze does it right: the spacious, light-filled tent, the excellent food options, the weekend-getaway feel as you board the ferry to Randall's Island.
On the street outside the Frieze Art Fair this week, minimalist dressers in stiff sheaths clashed with eccentric print-mixers, making their own modern art display. Cut photographer Bek Andersen snapped the famous (Valentino, Chuck Close, John Waters) and the fabulously styled as they paraded about the tents and galleries. Click ... More »
Look across the East River in upper Manhattan this weekend and you can just make out something huge and red next to an enormous white pavilion. That's "Balloon Dog," an 80 foot tall inflated sculpture by artist Paul McCarthy, and just one of a few installations decorating the lawn outside the Frieze Art Fair. [ more › ]
The second edition of Frieze New York, the leading international contemporary art fair, takes place in New York?s Randall?s Island Park from May 10?13, 2013. Designed by SO ? IL architects, Frieze New York is held in a unique bespoke structure overlooking the East River. Show More Summary
The Frieze Art Fair made quite the first impression last spring during its opening New York exhibition. Over 180 galleries will be taking part in the five-day fair, making the journey to Randall's Island well worth its while.
Workers Install Paul McCarthy's Balloon Dog, photo by Fred R. Conrad, The New York Times Paul McCarthy's giant Balloon Dog will grace the front lawn at this year's Frieze Art Fair, which opens this weekend in NYC. The Randall's Island...
Art fair week used to pain my sensitive art heart. Now all that's changed; this year, we have a booth! This weekend, we'll be heading to Frieze, NADA, Pulse, and Cutlog, and major openings of Jeff Koons, Jack Goldstein, and the Parsons Festival.
Two words, darlings: art fairs! Frieze New York has spawned a bona fide fair week. But if you suffer from fair fatigue, don't worry: the doctor's got plenty of other recommendations.
This year, Frieze New York, open to the public May 10?13, features more than 180 exhibitors, making it the largest of its kind yet. But the uniform for an art party like Frieze is one unlike any other, so we've compiled a few of our favorite items to