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Frieze Art Fair

FRIEZE ART FAIR, London

Woman taking selfie in front of Anish Kapoor's Stave (Red), 2015, on view at Lisson Gallery, Frieze London.
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Filipa Ramos

Art fair reviews serve for many as a guide on what to see (and what to avoid); for some as a memorandum on trends, institutions, and artists to follow; and for a few as the starting point for a wish list, supporting acquisition and investment decisions. These texts frequently respond... continue reading
Frieze New York

FRIEZE ART FAIR, New York

View of Alex Da Corte, Free Money, 2016, outside Frieze Art Fair, New York, 2016.
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Tim Gentles

On Wednesday, the day of Frieze New York’s invitation-only preview, a friend of mine, another part-time art writer, tweeted: “Feels like a good weekend to go to something you loathe, run into people you sort of know, and make small talk about the inanity of it all.” Those who work... continue reading
Frieze Art Fair

FRIEZE ART FAIR, London

View of Frieze Art Fair, London, 2015.
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Patrick Langley

Sociologists have a name for the acute disorientation that half an hour at Frieze London can induce: the “Gruen effect.” Named after Victor Gruen, the Austrian émigré who designed America’s first malls in the 1950s, it describes the sense of temporal and geographical dislocation that sets in when you enter... continue reading
Frieze New York

FRIEZE ART FAIR, New York

View of Frieze New York, 2015.
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Andrew Stefan Weiner

Far above the North Atlantic, a plane is flying from Venice to New York. Most of the passengers in business class sleep comfortably in their lie-flat seats, but one stays awake sipping complimentary champagne. His voice barely audible above the jets’ white noise, he muses: “Is there even any difference... continue reading
Frieze Art Fair

FRIEZE ART FAIR, London

View of Frieze Art Fair, London, 2014.
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Orit Gat

Here’s how you make the most of an art fair booth: hang two-dimensional works on the walls you’ve got, place a large sculpture on the floor in the center, locate a round table with a few chairs in a corner. The result of such standardization is the rise of fair... continue reading
Frieze New York

FRIEZE ART FAIR, New York

View of Ramiken Crucible at Frieze New York, 2014, with work by Elaine Cameron-Weir.
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Ginny Kollak

A rather Duchampian vignette set the tone for my visit to this year’s Frieze New York, the third edition of the London-import fair that takes up residence in an airy custom tent on Randall’s Island, the East River stopover noted both for its athletic fields and psychiatric asylums. In the... continue reading

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