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Frieze Los Angeles is supporting three environmental causes: solar energy in sub-Saharan Africa, kelp forests in Santa Monica Bay and biodiversity in the Eastern Andes

Curated for the first time by Essence Harden, this year’s Focus section explores the intimate, environmental and urban dimensions of ecologies, with new work by Javier Ramirez, Akea Brionne and Lilian Martinez

The fair returns to Santa Monica Airport for its fifth edition with new public spaces, a new Focus curator, and new local and international exhibitors 

Storefront for Art and Architecture and frieze magazine are thrilled to announce the selected proposal for ‘On the Ground: Open Call’, titled Flower Spa: Solidarity Outside In by multidisciplinary collective Red Canary Song

Frieze will support the British Pavilion created by London-based artist John Akomfrah in partnership with the British Council

In collaboration with the Center for Art & Advocacy, the award highlights inequities in the US prison system and promotes inclusion for formerly incarcerated artists 

The former Metropolitan Museum of Art and Tate Modern curator has been appointed as Creative Advisor for Frieze Masters, following her direction of the acclaimed Studio section at the 2023 edition 

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The fair returns to COEX in the Gangnam District for its third edition and welcomes ambitious proposals from galleries, with a special section for emerging Asia-based spaces

The Director of the Institute of Contemporary Arts London revels in the intimacy Tanoa Sasraku’s pigment-based work, responds to Mark Barker’s reflections on the moon and finds a sense of home in Evgeny Antufiev’s mosaics

Works by Adam Farah-Saad, Tessa Boffin, Santiago Yahuarcani, I Gusti Ayu Kadek Murniasih (Murni) and Ayoung Kim will enter Tate’s collection


The 20th anniversary edition of Frieze London has seen a wealth of awards and acquisitions, many of them new to the fair this year. Here’s a round-up of the winners

The inaugural prize was awarded to the artist for their presentation ‘Deep Sea Teller’ in the Focus  section of the fair

The 2023 London fairs see a focus on textile works, including the trailblazing practices of Maria Lai, Zoë Buckman and Simone Prouvé

The two artists’ work has been selected by the Spirit Now London committee and will join the permanent collection at The Hepworth Wakefield

The four artists are the first recipients of the Arts Council Collection’s inaugural Acquisition Fund

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Discover affordable works by celebrated international artists, including new editions by Tacita Dean, Yinka Shonibare and Ali Banisadr, alongside special commissions presented by Allied Editions

Curated by Valerie Cassel Oliver, Spotlight features solo presentations by artists including Rose Finn-Kelcey, Maren Hassinger and Judith Lauand, reflecting on freedom, identity, political regimes and abstraction

The inaugural Executive Director of Holt/Smithson Foundation pens a poetic response to the artist’s ‘living sculpture’

Big hitters and blockbusters make this an unmissable moment to visit the city; see more of the artists at the fairs and on the Frieze website