Frieze Masters 2023

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The first episode, On Rebellion, is now available, presented in collaboration with dunhill

This coming month, Frieze’s Mayfair gallery has work from Luke Edward Hall (The Breeder), four notable Korean artists (Jason Haam) and a group show from Tabula Rasa

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

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

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

The curator of Spotlight talks about the influence of David Hammons and Senga Nengudi, her ‘North Star’ James Baldwin and wishing she could have met Augusta Savage

BY Valerie Cassel Oliver |

Old Master paintings, the history of colour and an entire dinosaur skeleton: here are some highlights from the opening day of Frieze Masters 2023

The South African painter reflects on the mysterious power of the Dutch artist’s Still Life with Flowers and Fruit

BY Cinga Samson |

Launching in collaboration with the Victoria & Albert Museum and New York’s Gordon Robichaux gallery, the London iteration of Frieze Library features publications on El Anatsui, Rose Finn-Kelcey and Lucia Laguna, among others

Explore art from emerging stars to global icons, and uncover hidden gems at the fairs

The curator of Stand Out Luke Syson considers the theme of this year’s section: the story of colour in two millennia of 3D artworks and objects

BY Luke Syson |

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 director of the Whitworth highlights avant-garde Korean artist JUNG Kangja, a poignant series by Barbara Walker, and a 'esoterically spiritual' film by Grace Ndiritu, amongst others

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

BY Maggi Hambling |

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 |

The London-based artist discusses her practice of accumulating drawings and ephemera in her studio and how she has reimagined an object from childhood

BY Mona Hatoum |

The curator of Frieze Masters’ new section introduces the project and offers a glimpse into the workspaces of its five participating artists: Maggi Hambling, Mona Hatoum, Lucia Laguna, Arlene Shechet and Hyun-Sook Song

BY Sheena Wagstaff |

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

BY Arlene Shechet |