Turns out the second day of the fair draws a blend of mid-tier advisors, artists and their parents, and Chris Rock.
It is as if, after two years of staring at works on screen, galleries knew that audiences were hungry for artwork so physical, you could devour them with your eyes.
“Oh no, she’s good. She’s a pandemic baby.”
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.
As exterior life shuts temporarily down, Funny Weather: Art in an Emergency is a useful reminder that connection can be intellectual as well as physical.
Your guide to a weeklong cavalcade of openings, performances, talks, and events, anchored by the titular fair.
New themed sections focusing on overlooked and under-represented artists save the fair from the crushing boredom of normal blue-chip dealership.
Check out Hyperallergic’s guide to the art fairs of Frieze Week in New York.
Gretchen Andrew has ensured that her images will top the Google image search results for “Frieze Los Angeles.”
The story of this essay, its rejection by the artist and her gallery, and by Aperture and Frieze raise critical questions about the relationship between living artists and critical mechanisms for evaluating their work.
As part of the frenzy of Frieze Week, Zürcher Gallery is hosting Salon Zürcher, a more intimate fair featuring both emerging and established artists.
Mazes abound as a visual motif at the Flux Art Fair.