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The artist explains the genesis and purpose of her unique sonic creation, during rare live performances as part of Frieze Week New York

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 |

The musician and Artistic Director of NYC’s Performance Space highlights works by Chella Man, Ellen Fullman, Beatriz Cortez and Kembra Pfahler

BY Taja Cheek |

A hamster-eye view of Farrag’s interactive project at the Rink at Rockefeller Center, part of the Frieze New York 2024 public program

A first look at the 2024 fair, taking place at The Shed in Manhattan through Sunday May 5

Insights, interviews and impressions from Frieze New York in the city’s banner month for art

In Collaboration with Deutsche Bank

From the rehearsals of Die No Die (The High Line), hear from the choreographer and collaborators about the project’s themes of risk, trust, responsibility and empathy

The Korean artist discusses his new work for his ongoing collaboration with Jo Malone London, which use the happy accidents produced by firing enamel-coated copper   

In Collaboration with Jo Malone London

The Frieze New York Focus curator takes a walk around Tribeca and Chinatown to visit galleries including Canada, Chapter NY and Ortuzar Projects, and other favorite cultural spots

BY Lumi Tan |

The LA-based musician played an exclusive gig at Frieze Los Angeles 2024 and gave this interview where she talks about the pressure of creating and performing on her own

In Collaboration with BMW

The DJ and Frieze 91 committee member finds the section, supported by Stone Island, brimming with energy, Afrofuturism and “guardian angels”

In Collaboration with Stone Island

The artist reflects on art as medicine in our accelerated world, discussing her new body of rose-quartz sculptures and their “invisible ingredients” at Frieze Los Angeles 2024

Los Angeles's history of set design informs Art Production Fund’s “Set Seen,” with projects by Sharif Farrag, Ryan Flores, Derek Fordjour, Pippa Garner, Matt Johnson and Cynthia Talmadge

BY frieze |

Starring as part of Art Production Fund’s “Set Seen” program, Garner’s pickup appears to drive backwards, its hood and loadbed reversed, and is adorned with super-sized “truck nuts”

The eight shortlisted candidates this year discuss untold stories, their theme of “Technological Transformations” and what it means to be a filmmaker

In Collaboration with Deutsche Bank

The curator of Focus at Frieze Los Angeles 2024 takes a tour of the galleries, creative spaces and cultural spots that are intrinsic to the city’s art scene and creative life

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

A young woman uses VR technology to rehearse an upcoming date over and over again while attempting to craft the perfect lie

An old man losing a battle with Alzheimer’s risks his life to preserve a significant event that he cannot remember

After being infected with a cyber-virus, a CIA operative Adam Wilson is slowly zombified as his aggressor infiltrates his mind to get him to change his mission