Frieze

The Year in Review 2023: the biggest stories and the best shows

From the British Museum thefts to the consequences in art and heritage of the Israel-Hamas war

Hosted by Ben Luke. With guest speakers Louisa Buck and Benjamin Sutton. Produced by David Clack, Julia Michalska and Alexander Morrison
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Frieze to sponsor next British pavilion at Venice Biennale

This is first time an art fair has funded a national exhibition at the Biennale

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How will New York’s auctions perform? London’s Frieze Week evening sales offer hints

Results from London’s premier autumn auctions suggest price now matters as much as prestige

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French government hosts London reception to boost visual arts relations

Event was held during a fortnight of back-to-back art fairs in the the UK capital and Paris

‘The first years were wild’: artists, gallerists and auction house specialists reflect on Frieze

Luminaries from across the art world look back over the London fair’s first two decades and tell us what makes the event so special

Frieze boss says he will fight for London as rival Paris fair gains traction

Simon Fox also discusses the challenge of juggling multiple mega fairs at once and why London's art scene is still flourishing

Analogue to iPad: how Frieze London has changed since 2003

It’s 20 years since the art fair opened its tent flaps. How much has changed?

‘Accessing culture is a right for all’: London mayor Sadiq Khan on art's role in the UK capital

As London mayor Sadiq Khan launches a creativity campaign, he discusses the artists who have brought London to life and the importance of opening up creative education for all children

Fashion brand Stone Island to offer bursaries for emerging galleries at Frieze

Exhibitors in the Focus section of the art fairs can receive up to 30% off stand costs through the new partnership

The Armory Show is ‘business as usual’ at first edition since Frieze acquisition

Sales were off to a bustling start at New York City’s largest art fair, even as questions remain about what changes the new ownership will bring

British invasion: how Frieze acquisition will change ‘New York’s fair'

Signs of The Armory Show’s new ownership are minimal this year, but some anticipate tectonic shifts to come

Getty teams with Frieze for projects leading up to 2024 edition of Pacific Standard Time

The partnership will begin during Frieze Seoul in September, with a project by the Korean collective ikkibawiKrrr about the famed women divers of Jeju Island

Can private funds soothe public cuts? Frieze London looks to boost UK arts sector with launch of new awards and initiatives

Celebrating its 20th anniversary, the fair has announced a spate of schemes playing matchmaker between philanthropic groups and organisations in need

Jetting away with it: the challenge of parting the super-rich from their private planes

A lack of legislation to deter private flying is hampering efforts to convince the art world's elite to kick the habit

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Frieze buys The Armory Show and Expo Chicago

The London-based franchise expands further into the US market with the acquisition of two of its largest fairs

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Goals, glory and tackles: the art world battles it out on the football pitch

Tate emerged victorious at the five-a-side OOF Cup on the grounds of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in north London

Frieze turns 20: London fair teams up with star artists from Tracey Emin to Alvaro Barrington for anniversary edition

Eight artists have been invited to select one of their peers for solo stands at this year's fair

Is Frieze New York well placed to jolt an iffy art market?

Dealers hope the fair will create some momentum during a sluggish season

Frieze New York lines up mega-galleries and some new faces for fair's 2023 edition

The fair will welcome more than 60 galleries as the event remains on a smaller scale than before the Covid-19 pandemic

New faces and major anniversaries: art fair highlights of 2023

East Asia gains two new commercial art events and Frieze London turns 20

The art market in 2022: art fair shake ups, single owner auctions and an NFT winter

Despite headline figures of record sales, is the art world's bull market coming to an end?

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Caterpillars, spiders and silkworms: our six favourite works at PAD London

Creepy crawly-inspired pieces caught our eye at the art and design fair

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'You snooze, you lose!' Collector Bimpe Nkontchou on the artwork that got away

The head of W8 Advisory and a key networker in the African art scene talks about her enduring love for a Ben Enwonwu work and her dream dinner party guests

Are art fairs going green at last? We break down how Frieze and Art Basel measure up on sustainability

From recycling carpets to shipping booth walls across oceans, the industry's biggest trade events are striving to clean up their act—but are they doing enough?

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Seoul's art market ascent reaches new high with first Frieze fair

The South Korean capital cements its position as a key art centre as Frieze opens its inaugural edition alongside local player Kiaf, together hosting more than 300 galleries

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Frieze rocks: Artist Nikita Gale to create electric guitar installation for BMW commission

Los Angeles-based artist will investigate the “history and politics of sound” at London fair in October

Emerging British artist Abbas Zahedi wins 2022 Frieze Artist Award

He will create a large installation for the upcoming Frieze London fair, bringing together a public waiting area and support space