Crossroads announces a new artistic direction, returning to London from 30 September to 4 October at Victoria House Basement. The art fair is being transformed by new director Liv Vaisberg, who brings a vision for a curated fair to show emerging and mid-market galleries in the best possible conditions. Show More Summary
The Guardian’s picture editors bring you a selection of photo highlights from around the world, including the Frieze art fair and flooding in China Continue reading...
A great work of art from 1875 that’s never been seen in any museum, almost never seen at all, sat on the wall of a small gallery at the recent Frieze New York art fair. The artist, Bear’s Heart, was one of 72 Cheyenne, Kiowa, and Arapaho prisoners of war ... More »
Just ten days after the conclusion of annual Frieze NY event, W Magazine created an amusing faux wildlife documentary focusing on the habits of “Chameleons of the Art World“. These chameleons are specific human species who flock to the...Show More Summary
Dia Art Foundation has appointed Abby Bangser as Deputy Director of Strategic Initiatives. She is currently the Artistic Director of Frieze Art Fairs for the Americas and Asia. In this newly created position Bangser will occupy a key...Show More Summary
Martha Stewart is letting her fingers do the talking. Posing between Andres Serrano’s portraits of President Donald Trump and rapper Snoop Dogg at the Frieze Art Fair in New York on Saturday, Stewart had a gesture for each of them: Was...Show More Summary
The one-of-a-kind coupe illustrates the marque’s commitment to support modern art… Miles Branman
In which Michael Anthony Farley and Paddy Johnson nerd out and discuss Frieze and NADA and the changing art fair landscape.
On Thursday afternoon, and for the fifth spring in a row, a colossal white tent on Randall's Island became the center of the contemporary art world, as dealers and gallerists, collectors and speculators, art fans and the artists themselves all gathered across the river for the Frieze Art Fair. [ more › ]
Every year Frieze installs a massive tent on Randall’s Island and lures jetsetters from across the globe to its contemporary art fair. This year, the fair expanded its usual roster of contemporary art galleries to include a few secondary market stalwarts as well. Show More Summary
Plan comfortable shoes for the week: it's another inundation of art fairs and satellite events. Thankfully, Frieze and SPRING/BREAK's new Brooklyn offshoot are the only big fairs we're recommending by now, so fair fatigue shouldn't be too much of a problem. Show More Summary
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