Frieze Seoul 2023

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In the first activation of the yearlong creative collaboration between Frieze and Getty, the Korean collective looked at a uniquely spiritual marine ecosystem

In Collaboration with Getty

The Geneva-based artivist worked with LG OLED to present his touring work Borealis at Seoul’s Dongdaemun Design Plaza 

In Collaboration with LG OLED

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

‘All portrait artists / get away with perfect murders’ writes the US poet of Boy Bitten by a Lizard, on tour at Seoul’s National Museum of Korea

BY John Yau |

The Tokyo-based artist tracks the fluctuations of the world around us, from dust and light to rotting fruit

Nathan Clements-Gillespie, Director of Frieze Masters, introduces rare manuscripts and works by Dan Flavin and Yun Hyong-keun

The Korean designer and maker launches a yearlong collaboration with the lifestyle brand at Frieze Seoul 

In Collaboration with Jo Malone London

Discover some of the most compelling artworks, installations and performances from the opening days of the fair at COEX

In a special commission for Frieze Seoul 2023, the Korea-based photographer takes the obangsaek, to reflect on the body, identity and belonging

BY Rala Choi |

Alongside the fair, the city’s museum exhibitions are exploring video games, urbanism and historical change this September

BY Chris Waywell |

Galleries were awarded for their outstanding presentations across the fair, with another prize especially for the Focus Asia section 

Interview with Director of Frieze Seoul, Pat Lee, learn more about the many vibrant aspects that make Seoul a great city

Frieze Seoul 2023 is open at COEX in the South Korean capital until September 9. Here are highlights from the opening day of the fair

The Seoul-based private collector and her husband have brought showstopping works to Incheon’s Paradise City resort. She discusses female artists and her hopes for the Korean scene

BY Elizabeth Chun AND Matthew McLean |