Frieze Week

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As collective reopens its renovated exhibition space we look back at its impressive record of rearing talent, dating back to its tram-shed Clapham days.

BY Matthew McLean | 15 OCT 21

Cassa Pancho takes stock of how the landscape has changed for dancers of colour since she started Ballet Black in 2001

BY Emily May AND Cassa Pancho | 12 OCT 21

 

The photographer explains about why he chose fauvist florals for his Frieze London and Frieze Masters 2021 campaign commission
 

BY Neal Brown AND Gareth McConnell | 04 OCT 21

The Lewisham born and bred ANDAM prize winner on her early influences, designing menswear and how she exists in two worlds at once 

BY Lynette Nylander | 04 OCT 21

Matthew McLean questions what great feasts throughout art history tell us about plenty and excess

BY Matthew McLean | 04 OCT 21

As the COP26 conference approaches, how individual artists and artist institutions are responding to the demands of the climate crisis

BY Tom Jeffreys | 01 OCT 21

David Hammons’s early work on view at The Drawing Center during Frieze Week

BY Evan Moffitt | 03 MAY 21

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 | 27 APR 21

From outdoor art to vintage wine and artists’ books, five highlights for the Frieze visitor, all within ten minutes walk of The Shed

26 APR 21

Frieze Director of Americas and Content, Rebecca Ann Siegel shares her routine and useful tips for a typical day during Frieze New York

BY Rebecca Ann Siegel | 26 APR 21

Two cities, two creatives, two shows

In Collaboration with AMI Alexandre Mattiussi

Marking fifty years of his brand this year, the celebrated designer talks about spending lockdown as the sole occupant of his office - and his plans for the future

In Collaboration with Deutsche Bank

Madeline Hollander’s BMW Open Work commission utilizes recycled headlights to explore forms of human connectivity

BY Harry Thorne | 09 OCT 20

From Swatches to Sarah Lucas, the founder of London’s The Perimeter on forming his collection – and why you won’t find him in a gallery’s DMs

BY Alex Petalas AND Matthew McLean | 07 OCT 20

The photographer has been capturing meetings with ordinary people on the streets of the UK for twelve years: now, he's bringing this body of work together for the first time

BY Jamie Hawkesworth | 07 OCT 20

For a new commission in east London, the artist is drawing on local histories to celebrate those that the UK government has turned its back on

BY Thomas J Price | 05 OCT 20

On the haunted, transatlantic landscape of Alberta Whittle’s new film commission, shot at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic

BY Taylor Le Melle | 05 OCT 20

Tracing survivals of past pandemics across London’s architecture and public spaces, Gillian Darley shows how disease has shaped the city

BY Gillian Darley | 05 OCT 20

‘Having people around and making dinner is what gives me the most pleasure’

BY Claudia Roden | 02 OCT 20

The clubland veteran is committed to sharing stories of survival

BY James Greig | 02 OCT 20