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The artist delves into her work exploring the gig economy, queerness and the possibilities of monsters

Luke Syson, Director of the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, and curator of Stand Out, chooses highlights from this year’s section, including a rosso antico satyr and George E. Ohr’s pioneering pottery

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

Explore this year’s best art and gallery booths in The Regent's Park, from modern icons to emerging talent

The Director of the Institute of Contemporary Arts shares her favourite spots including some stand-out West End galleries 

The Royal Academy curator takes us on a walk around her local hotspots, including a waterside café and area-defining east London galleries Maureen Paley, Herald St and Chisenhale Gallery

20 years since the transformative debut Frieze Art Fair, discover a city and a community as vibrant as ever

In Collaboration with Deutsche Bank

This year’s wide-ranging programme, showing at the ICA and online, ‘offers a thoughtful exploration of contemporary realities, encouraging viewers to engage critically with the world around them’

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

The sculptor talks about her studio in Kingston, Hudson Valley, USA, and her fascination with the unknowable history of familiar objects

BY Arlene Shechet |

The painter speaks about her studio in the suburbs of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and how its shape informs the nature of her work

BY Lucia Laguna |

Renowned for her performative brushstroke paintings, Song reflects on her daily practices in her Hamburg studio and her connection with the surrounding landscape

BY Hyun-Sook Song |

The British artist talks about her workspaces in London and Suffolk and how time in the studio is ‘real time’

BY Maggi Hambling |

Adham Faramawy’s Frieze Artist Award commission posits the river Thames as a colonial artery and site of ecological collapse 

This year's edition features over 130 galleries showcasing remarkable antiquities to twentieth century icons, new curated sections and a dynamic talks programme

The Oxford-based artist reflects on Convocation, now on view in London at The OWO

In Collaboration with The OWO

The paintings of the ‘father of Korean contemporary art’ have been reinterpreted as digital artworks in a special exhibition presented by LG OLED at Frieze Seoul

In Collaboration with LG OLED

The French artist discusses video games, cars and healing processes ahead of BMW Open Work 2023

In Collaboration with BMW

Curated by Fatoş Üstek for the first time, Frieze Sculpture returns to The Regent’s Park from 20 September–29 October, featuring new work by Ayşe Erkmen, Ghada Amer and Hank Willis Thomas, among many others

The practices of Atiéna R. Kilfa, Daniel Lie and caner teker show ‘an awareness of current issues in relation to history’

In Collaboration with Kulturkreis der deutschen Wirtschaft im BDI e.V.