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Trois Crayons’ centuries-spanning exhibition of works on paper, and a fascinating group show of young female-owned galleries from the Georgian capital

As Glasgow International 2024 launches, the gallerist discusses his personal history with the city and its bright future of experimental spaces and artist projects

As Glasgow International 2024 launches, the gallerist discusses the evolution of the city’s art community and showing Keith Haring at the biennial

The artist and photographer shares a selection of her favourite tracks

BY Hanayo |

The co-founder of the annual extravaganza of art spaces across the capital explains its place in the city’s cultural calendar 

Birmingham’s Ikon Gallery, which turns 60 this year, has been selected to partner in the initiative that supports Black and people of colour curators

This month, three exhibitions open in Frieze's Mayfair space, including a solo show by Rameshwar Broota, an artist-led reflection on Edward Burra and Fathi Hassan's response to The Sunderland Collection

The British Pavilion Artist 2024 talks about his work for the 60th Venice Biennale and how support from Frieze enabled it to be realized in its full glory  

BY John Akomfrah |

This month, Frieze’s Mayfair gallery hosts three shows, including a dual exhibition by Tamara K.E. and Gia Edzgveradze and the first solo presentation of photographer Adam Rouhana

The photographer curates the perfect soundtrack for exploring Venice during the 60th edition of the Biennale

BY Eric Scaggiante |

This month, Frieze No.9 Cork Street sees presentations by galleries from across Australia and Asia, inclusing the UK debut of Ames Yavuz 

A free art-writing course for aspiring critics which takes place in Glasgow in the summer, supported by Frieze membership

The artist curates a party playlist that captures Times Bar's dynamic atmosphere

BY Max Pitegoff |

The performer shares her soundtrack to preparing for a night out

BY Amanda Lepore |

The gallerist has a very particular perspective on London’s artworld from his base in NW10

The artist curates a party playlist of her go-to body movers to accompany a night of dancefloor hopping

BY Zahra Bundakji |

What draws artists, gallerists and curators to London? We talk to creatives from across the globe who have made the city their home about its opportunities and challenges

BY Precious Adesina |

This summer, discover an extended rumba jam session with live Afro-Cuban music, dance workshops, street food and more

The DJ and writer shares a selection of his favourite electronic music tracks that help him contemplate the ‘slipperiness of time’

BY Paul Purgas |