Frieze Week

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The gallery enters its sixth decade as one of its founding member, Judith Bernstein, turns 80 

BY Valeria Napoleone | 19 MAY 22

Alejandra Martinez talks to Clásicos Mexicanos’s founder about their fair collaboration, uniting furniture, food and the national drink

Sponsored by Dobel

The New York-based collector explains how research, relationships and diligent list-making shape his approach to acquiring art

BY Carlomar Rios AND Marko Gluhaich | 13 MAY 22

The New York-based photographer discusses his navigations of the built environment, which were recently featured in the Venice Architecture Biennale

BY Daniel Shea | 13 MAY 22

Profiles by Makayla Bailey trace how a raft of recent appointments is redrawing the landscape of museums and art spaces across the city

BY Makayla Bailey | 13 MAY 22

For some, Frieze Week is synonymous with invitations to eat. One writer explores the sometimes secretive art-world ritual

BY Matthew McLean | 13 MAY 22

Frieze 91 Committee Member Andre Herrero and business partner Adam Charlap Hyman on the philosophy of their architecture and interior design practice

The artist discusses responding to nature with technology in her La Prairie collaboration and upcoming exhibition at Tai Kwun, Hong Kong

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A new public program of talks, screenings and Buddhist meditation launches in the art landmark on the Bowery

BY Matthew McLean | 13 MAY 22

A special commission for Frieze New York 2022 revives and extends the artist’s project for a changing present

BY Tom Burr | 10 MAY 22

Space collapses and expands in the New York artist’s work, on view in the Frieze Viewing Room and part of the Deutsche Bank Collection

In Collaboration with Deutsche Bank

To mark Kruger’s retrospective at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, artist Math Bass reflects on their former professor

BY Math Bass AND Chloe Stead | 14 FEB 22

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