Frieze Artist Award

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The artist discusses their new work And these deceitful waters and its themes of colonialization and transformation with art historian Edwin Coomasuru  

BY Edwin Coomasaru |

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

The artist has created two poetic prints in aid of Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers

Discover the artist’s new commission which uses video and sculptural assemblage to explore the river Thames and themes of migration, colonisation and ecological collapse that weave along its banks

For a new special commission, the Korean artist will create a large-scale installation suspended from the ceiling of the fair, with draped fabrics exploring ideas of time, ageing and women’s bodies

We speak to the artist about his new installation, premiering at Frieze London 2022

Taking place on Thursday 13 October at 6pm at No.9 Cork Street

For his Frieze Artist Award commission, the artist addresses questions of access, power and shared purpose via structures inspired by Soviet bus stops

BY Eva Wilson |

The 2021 Frieze Artist Award commission continues the artist’s ongoing research into the psychological dimension of warfare, acoustic weaponry, and its relationship to Cold War ideologies

Tieu's film Moving Target Shadow Detection (2021), commissioned for this year’s Frieze Artist Award, investigates a mysterious condition

BY Chloe Stead |

Exploring the psychological dimension of warfare, acoustic weaponry and its relationship to Cold War ideologies, Sung Tieu's film will premiere during Frieze Week London in October 2021

The 2021 Frieze Artist Award commission focuses on the failures of communication

Making careful use of soil and seed, plants and poems the work of Precious Okoyomon has captured attention globally before the New York-based artist and poet have even turned 30

BY Jasmine Sanders AND Precious Okoyomon |

The New York-based artist will realise a major commission, supported by Luma Foundation at Frieze New York 2021

To celebrate Alberta Whittle representing Scotland at the Venice Biennale, Frieze revisits the artist’s commission for the 2020 Frieze Artist Award

The Glasgow-based artist will screen her new commission online and at Forma HQ from 9–16 October

A new commission at Frieze London 2019 exploring urgent questions about environment, history and myth

The Los Angeles-based artist will realize a major new commission, supported by Luma Foundation, at Frieze New York 2019