Back in October NADA explained that in response to their members, they decided to move their fair dates from May, when they showed alongside the Frieze Art Fair, to March,when they would open alongside the Independent, The Armory and the ADAA. Show More Summary
Gregk Foley recaps this year’s Frieze London art fair for us, and highlights the best pieces that were on display. As the summer comes to an abrupt end in the UK, there’s not a lot to look forward to except torrential rain and biting cold — and the layered fits that come with it, obviously. The […]
Walking through the tents of Frieze Art Fair last weekend, visual evidence of Brexit’s impact was all around. The post Seeing Signs of Brexit at Frieze London appeared first on Hyperallergic.
This article originally appeared on artnet News. Among the showcases of the 160 galleries and over 1,000 artists participating in the 14th edition of the prestigious Frieze art fair in London, all eyes are drawn to the explosion of pink emanating from the booth of New York gallery, P.P.O.W. Show More Summary
Originally conceived as an offshoot of the uber-fashionable Frieze Art Fair, Frieze Masters has become a major draw in itself. The post The Fleeting Pleasure of Frieze Masters, Where Old Treasures Go to Change Hands appeared first on Hyperallergic.
“The sprawling scale of the event, centered on a five-day fair here, in Regent’s Park, that opens to the public Wednesday, reflects how dramatically London, and its commercial relationship with art, has changed.”
As it was my first time to Frieze, and I know as much about art as your grandma knows about the gender binary, I got a friend who is a hoity-toity art student at the Royal Academy to look at it with me.
Is it worth visiting?
We're not in London for the 14th Frieze art fair, which opens to the public tomorrow. But VIP preview guests have already thoroughly documented the fair via social media. Just what trends are catching the eyes of these discerning Instagrammers?...Show More Summary
Kallos Gallery, the world?s only commercial gallery to specialise exclusively in the art of ancient Greece, will unveil an extraordinarily rare Cretan bronze helmet as part of their debut at the forthcoming Frieze Masters art fair. The...Show More Summary
A mini Gotham, as seen from the sky New York Design Week isn't the only circus in town in the month of May: the art fair Frieze New York also touched down in the Big Apple—on the city's remote Randall's Island, in the East River, toShow More Summary
Over the last few days, art collectors, billionaires, and celebrities like Leonardo DiCaprio flocked to Randall's Island for the Frieze Art Fair — an annual gathering of the art world's elite. This year the fashionable crowd was as colorful as the contemporary art itself, and photographer David Williams captured the ... More »
What with Frieze New York, NYCxDesign, NADA New York, and the Met Gala, it was another week in NYC.
This art fair’s main value is shining light on unfamiliar galleries and art we might not otherwise see.
Check out Frieze New York through the always-open eyes of Instagram.
Earlier this week, I was standing in line to see a raggedy donkey loiter under a glittering chandelier in a tent. It was the Frieze art fair VIP day, Wednesday, and a woman behind me — smartly dressed and middle-aged, was patiently explicating this exalted 4-H scene to her apparently more ... More »
The glitzy Frieze New York opened its massive white tent to the public yesterday, the fifth year the fair has brought the art buying-and-selling world to Randall's Island. Some 300 galleries set up shop for this year's spectacle, showing works by more than a thousand artists from all over the world. Show More Summary
With art fairs, exhibition openings, and auctions galore, May in New York City is a busy time for the business of art. To help you navigate the week ahead, we have compiled a list of spectacular gallery openings, can't-miss art fairs, and premiere art auctions. Wednesday, May 4 Frieze New York 2015. Show More Summary
Every fair has its share of highlights and Frieze is no different. A few images of the art, the people and, yes, the food, for your enjoyment.
Victoria Siddall, director of all three Frieze fairsLondon, Masters, and New Yorkreveals this years artistic treats, and why art fairs are not just for the rich.