It’s Frieze Week New York and there’s a lot going on so we (FAD) have chosen five shows you should go and see maybe if you can all on the same day – hire a motorbike.
Frieze London & Masters 2021 closed yesterday Sunday 17th October with reports of strong sales and praise for the positive… Read More
Lee Sharrock picks her standout artists at Frieze Masters, the more tranquil antidote to the bigger, brasher Frieze London. Frieze… Read More
Today, Frieze revealed initial details of the 2021 editions of Frieze London and Frieze Masters, which will take place 13th- 17th October. Returning to The Regent’s Park, London,
VITRINE is to present a solo show of Sophie Jung. The exhibition is a new installation by the Luxembourg Basel-based… Read More
Cork Street Galleries has announced that Sadie Coles HQ, Lisson Gallery, Frieze Live and Stephen Friedman will take over gallery spaces on Cork Street and Old Burlington Street launching during Frieze week 2020. They will join Cork Street’s permanent roster of galleries to become the epicentre of cultural activity during London’s busiest art market month
Frieze today revealed their plans for the upcoming edition of Frieze Viewing Room and Frieze Week in London in October. Galleries, artists, collectors, museums, institutions, audiences and partners will have the opportunity to connect through an innovative combination of online and offline programming.
Frieze is back for its second Los Angeles edition this weekend and the City of Angels is delivering an art itinerary worthy of its name. In terms of fairs, visitors can head to Frieze, Felix, Spring Break and ALAC, but concurrently LA’s many commercial galleries are also presenting fantastic shows. Here are our top 5 exhibitions across Lalaland to check out during Frieze week.
After spending all week in London visiting multiple art fairs and exhibitions, get out, get on a train visit the coast, Bristol, Yorkshire or Somerset- our Top 6 exhibitions to visit outside London below
Microscopes, heavy machinery, salt tasting, big sculpture, a tiger hat and lots of slate.
Cole Projects is to present Corey Whyte’s first solo exhibition; “Enter the Golden Quarter” featuring six new sculptures and accompanying drawings during Frieze Week
Whyte is an artistic anthropologist, and his practice is a record of his observations on how society operates within a culture of commodification, whilst simultaneously examining the commodification of society itself.
The 31st edition of British Art Fair opens 3rd – 6th October 2019 showing work by Britain’s greatest artists of the past century, presented by fifty specialist dealers.
Prada presents the third iteration of Prada Mode, a traveling social club with a focus on contemporary culture that provides members a unique art experience along with music, dining, and conversations.
The Store X The Vinyl Factory presents the Jefferson Hack curated show TRANSFORMER: A Rebirth of Wonder
The Store X The Vinyl Factory are presenting a new exhibition curated by Jefferson Hack for Frieze Week: TRANSFORMER: A Rebirth of Wonder will be at 180 The Strand
One of the most highly anticipated events in the London Frieze Week calendar, David Roberts Art Foundation’s Evening of Performances, will this year take place for the first time in London’s iconic nightclub, Ministry of Sound.
Dialectical Materialism: Aspects of British Sculpture since the 1960s offers a glimpse into the shifting terrain of British sculpture over the last fifty years. Conceived by the esteemed art dealer and writer Karsten Schubert (1961-2019), the exhibition celebrates his lasting legacy and vision after his recent death.
Louise O’Kelly, Founder and Director of international performance festival, Block Universe, has been invited by DRAF to guest curate the highly anticipated Frieze Week London event, an Evening of Performances for its 2019 edition.
This weeks top 7 art exhibitions to see includes: Oil, time, a swimming pool, a penguin, refugees, Kazakhstan and sneezing out noodle dishes.