Interviews

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The Vietnamese-Alsatian collector and patron opens up her London townhouse, as she develops her own app to help others navigate the art world’s complex terrain

BY Sarah McCrory AND Hélène Nguyen-Ban | 03 OCT 22

The artist speaks with Terence Trouillot about how her art and writing have finally met

Terence Trouillot speaks to the curator about his experience preparing for the exhibition and his plans to show artists who span the globe and different time periods 

BY Terence Trouillot AND Sohrab Mohebbi | 29 SEP 22

The artists discuss the systems and ideologies underpinning media and the ways images are distributed today

Angel Lambo speaks to frieze Assistant Editor Sean Burns about his documentary film profiling the community and architecture of two legendary residential blocks

BY Angel Lambo AND Sean Burns | 14 SEP 22

Alvin Li speaks with Mire Lee about emotion and affect in her sculptural works, and the influence of space, architecture and the macabre on her practice

BY Mire Lee AND Alvin Li | 06 SEP 22

Nathan Clements Gillespie, Director of Frieze Masters, introduces rare maps and works by Egon Schiele and Park Hyunki

05 SEP 22

The actor and director, celebrated for his roles in Squid Game and HUNT, visits Frieze Seoul and shares his experience of collecting and living with art, including pieces by Jenny Holzer and Jina Park 

05 SEP 22

We speak to the artist about 'The Encyclopedia of Invisibility' and his work connecting art, science and history with themes of invisibility, displacement and loss

04 SEP 22

Ahead of showing artists Amoako Boafo, Yukimasa Ida and Peter Uka at Frieze Seoul, the acclaimed gallerist speaks to Terence Trouillot about carving out her own space 

BY Terence Trouillot | 31 AUG 22

Ahead of his solo show at Lehmann Maupin, Seoul, the artist speaks with Terence Trouillot about his new series, ‘Visual:Ear’, and how jazz informs his practice

BY Terence Trouillot AND McArthur Binion | 25 AUG 22

Fair Director Pat Lee and Committee members Louise Hayward, Taka Ishii, Tina Kim, Boris Vervoordt and Matthew Wood share their personal journeys to art and hopes for the fair

24 AUG 22

Tom Jeffreys interviews the exhibition’s co-curator, Ksenia Malykh, about the significance of staging an exhibition in wartime, and the message it sends to Ukrainians and the world

BY Tom Jeffreys AND Ksenia Malykh | 10 AUG 22

Ahead of the inaugural Frieze Seoul, we talk to South Korean artist Sungsil Ryu about humour, chaos and working online to reach audiences beyond the art world

04 AUG 22

The Frieze Seoul Host Committee member opens up her private collection and explains why the forthcoming fair is a moment ‘to introduce our K-Culture, K-Art and K-Food to the world.’

 

BY Matthew McLean AND Woon Kyung Lee | 03 AUG 22

Lee speaks with Andrew Durbin, editor-in-chief of frieze magazine, about Seoul’s best cafes and must-see museums and finest moments on film. 

BY Pat Lee AND Andrew Durbin | 02 AUG 22

Vanessa Peterson interviews curator Kojo Abudu about the latest iteration of his project, currently on view at Pace Gallery, London

BY Kojo Abudu AND Vanessa Peterson | 27 JUL 22

The cult performance artist discusses her first-ever NFT release, 'The Hero 25FPS', and fostering the next generation of Web3 creatives

BY Angel Lambo | 25 JUL 22

Victoria Adukwei Bulley speaks with the artist about psychoanalysis, storytelling and how new languages can unpack historical trauma

As she finishes a two-month residency at DEO Projects, Chios Island, the artist discusses how maritime history has informed her practice

BY Jade Barget AND Dominique White | 14 JUL 22