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Chris Waywell

Chris Waywell is Senior Editor of Frieze Studios. He lives in London, UK.

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 |

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 |

From monumental gallery shows to eerily intimate installations, Los Angeles is packed with brilliant exhibitions during Frieze this year

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 |

The fair’s 2024 home has a rich history, from the Mexican rancho era to the Gold Coast 1920s and ’30s, and today boasts bohemian dining, starry architecture and Lalanne sculptures

BY Chris Waywell |

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 |

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

BY Chris Waywell |

In this new series, galleries and gallerists who have been part of Frieze London since day one in 2003 talk about London, the art world and their approach to showing work

BY Chris Waywell |

Shoreditch-based Emalin is home to emerging artists with strikingly diverse practices. Its gallery team gives a street-eye view of the capital

BY Chris Waywell |

Originating in a London Underground station, Soft Opening is at the forefront of the emerging art scene. Its founder Antonia Marsh gives a gallerist's eye view of the capital

BY Chris Waywell |

Two decades of the fair in moments, according to Cory Arcangel, Steven Cairns, Lubaina Himid, Mike Nelson, Sarah McCrory and others

BY Chris Waywell AND Matthew McLean |

Celebrating one year in London, GRIMM Gallery fosters community between artists. Its director gives a gallerist’s eye view of London

BY Chris Waywell |

Starting out in a garage in Mayfair, Project Native Informant is now based in the East End. Its founder gives a gallerist’s eye view of London

BY Chris Waywell |

In an ongoing series of interviews with galleries that have been at Frieze London since day one in 2003, East End pioneer Maureen Paley explains her guiding principle of ‘dedication, loyalty and longevity’

BY Chris Waywell |

In an ongoing series of interviews with galleries that have been at Frieze London since day one in 2003, the founder of Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac explains why ‘We are not worried about London staying strong’

BY Chris Waywell |

In a new series celebrating Frieze London’s 20th anniversary in 2023, we get a street-eye view of the capital from its gallerists

BY Chris Waywell |

A brave survivor of the East End, Nicoletti pushes the boundaries of physical and digital curation. Founder Oswaldo considers Vyner Street’s changing fortunes and picks some local highlights

BY Chris Waywell |