Frieze Art Fair

Garage Magazine

Frieze London is Feisty and On Point

This year's edition of juggernaut art fair Frieze London finds space to tackle sexual politics, institutional racism, and environmental angst but—customary brain Frieze aside—still manages to leave us feeling upbeat.
Hettie Judah
10.5.17
Garage Magazine

Here's How One Artist Took on the Colorblind British Art World

Lubaina Himid rose to prominence with the Black Art movement in mid-1980s Britain, but was pushed aside in favor of simpler themes and sleeker aesthetics. Now three major shows and a place on the Turner Prize shortlist are heralding a belated rethink.
Niru Ratnam
8.30.17
Art

An Artist Gave Pre-Teens Thousands of Dollars to Do Whatever They Wanted—So They Made a Bounce House

Artist Pilvi Takala gave the creative reigns of a £7,000 Grant to a group of pre-teens in a London youth center. Here’s what happened.
Andrew Nunes
1.22.17
Stuff

The Artist Who Inspired Drake's 'Hotline Bling' Video Has a New, Mind-Bending Installation

Conceptual artist (and Drake fave) James Turrell's perception-bending 'Stewart Island' is on view at Frieze London this weekend.
Thessaly La Force
10.6.16
Art

Playboy Quits Nudes, Vanity Fair Finds "Ermahgerd" Girl: Last Week in Art

Not to mention, Ai Weiwei has a memoir in the works, and Patti Smith got emotional.
Sami Emory
10.19.15
Art

The Feminist Artists Taking Over Frieze

In the male-dominated commercial art world, feminist art is as radical today as it was in the 1970s.
Phoebe Stubbs
10.18.15
Beyoncé

Meet the Bulgarian Artist Dancing to Beyoncé

Gery Georgieva examines identity through clashing aspects of pop and folk culture.
Imogen Greenhalgh
10.18.15
Art

Insta of the Week: The Sickest Photos from Frieze London

From 3D nudes and rainbows to a surreal 'Wheel of Fortune,' there's a lot worth seeing at London's 2015 Frieze Art Fair.
Beckett Mufson
10.16.15
Design

Frieze Art Fair Opens a "Comfort Zone" Inspired by the Sharing Economy

Art collective ÅYR's installation looks at how technology and disruptive innovation is transforming the home.
Kevin Holmes
10.14.15
Art

We Talked to the Suicide Girls About Richard Prince's "Appropriation Art"

Richard Prince sold their Instagrams for $90,000—now, they're selling his for $90.
Emerson Rosenthal
5.28.15
Art

Mazes, Massage Chairs, & More: New York's Frieze Fair Is All About Interactive Art

This year's edition of the famous art fair is filled with works you have to experience IRL to believe.
Kate Messinger
5.15.15
Art

Carsten Höller Installed A Giant Playground Inside Frieze London

The Belgian artist turns sculptures into children's playthings for his installation "Gartenkinder."
Kevin Holmes
10.15.14
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