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Launched with Endeavor Impact, and presented in partnership with the Center for Art & Advocacy, the 2024 prize has three finalists—Jared Owens, Beverly Price and Gary Tyler. They discuss their work and the importance of recognition for artists marginalized by incarceration

The artist discusses how his sculptural practice is grounded in the invisible with long-time friend and collaborator LeRonn P. Brooks

BY Nari Ward AND LeRonn P. Brooks |

A new film sees the director pursing the Huawei controversy and the potential ‘threat’ of 5G technology

BY Jonathan Griffin AND Meredith Lackey |

For the release of her debut monograph and latest exhibition, the photographer shares stories of family, displacement and reimagines Hmong culture

BY Harley Wong |

In the latest in the series seeing the city through the eyes of its gallerists, the co-founder of the Westside art space picks his LA highlights

BY Chris Waywell |

In the latest of the series seeing Los Angeles through the eyes of its gallerists, the founder of The Box picks her favorite haunts and exhibitions around town

BY Chris Waywell |

The cofounder of the LA nonprofit, Ilka Perkins, explains why participation in Frieze Los Angeles has been so instrumental in its mission to help formerly incarcerated creators

BY Chris Waywell |

We met with the artist in her exhibition at London's Pictorum Gallery to discuss how the body shapes her perception of the world

BY Ivana Cholakova AND Alicia Radage |

Dia’s deputy director of program on how his admiration for institutional practice serves as both critique and inspiration

BY Humberto Moro AND Terence Trouillot |

The artist, who has a solo presentation in this year’s Focus section, discusses LA landscapes and her work inspired by Haitian myth, childhood memories and the invisible

In a new series about Los Angeles seen through the eyes of its gallerists, the founder of Hollywood’s VSF talks about artists to watch and her favorite happy hour

BY Chris Waywell |

In the first of a new series, the founder of the South Central gallery reveals where to get the best chicken locally and why her space is only a “guest” in its neighborhood

BY Chris Waywell |

The Petticoat Lane gallery won the Focus Stand Prize at Frieze London 2023. As it takes part in Condo London 2024, its co-founder picks his local highlights

BY Chris Waywell |

Clifford Prince King takes the photos as the philanthropist and co-founder of Art + Practice discusses her journey, from buying her first artwork to the publication of a new book on her collection

BY Taylor Renee Aldridge |

Ahead of the publication of his new book, Dancing On My Own, Simon Wu speaks about his influences and allegiances



 

BY Simon Wu AND Andrew Durbin |

The artist speaks about how poetry and song can bridge social movements, connecting people in the face of adversity

BY Hajra Waheed AND Wassan Al-Khudhairi |

The Passages director on independent filmmaking, censorship and the dynamics of power

BY Ira Sachs AND Chloe Stead |

The founder of philanthropic community Spirit Now London, which offers an annual acquisition fund at Frieze, explains how personal connections are at the heart of her collecting

BY Chris Waywell |