Turns out the second day of the fair draws a blend of mid-tier advisors, artists and their parents, and Chris Rock.
Frieze or Future? NADA or Volta? To help alleviate the daunting dizziness of too many options, we’ve got the run-down for you.
I won’t bother you with talk about how obscenely decadent and out of touch the Frieze art fair is. And yet…
It’s art fair season and we’re here to comfort and entertain you during this difficult time of the year with a new, biting edition of our Bingo card series.
“Oh no, she’s good. She’s a pandemic baby.”
Mixed feelings aside, we can all agree on one thing: it was better than an online viewing room.
Frieze is offering free browsing for the first time and an app that allows you to imagine artworks inside your home. The director of Frieze New York, Loring Randolph, elaborates on these features and more in an interview with Hyperallergic.
Check out Hyperallergic’s guide to the art fairs of Frieze Week in New York.
The latest edition of the mega-fair is full of extremes, from the very high temperatures during the first day of previews to impressively bad booths and plenty of strong, thoughtful presentations.
As Frieze and TEFAF go head-to-head, eight other fairs or fair-like endeavors are vying for your attention (and time, and money) this week.
From an increasingly diversified roster of galleries to a surprising slew of rock art, the mega-fair is impressively eclectic this year.
Spring is upon us, and so is Frieze Week.