Frieze 2018

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Private View: our pick of October gallery shows

From Kerry James Marshall's all-new paintings in London to Zoe Leonard's decade-long photo series in Los Angeles, these are the commercial gallery shows to see

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Frieze 2018 reveals strong UK-South African ties

South African artists are enjoying a growth in overseas interest, as seen in London this month

Tania Bruguera renames Tate Modern after local London activist as part of Turbine Hall commission

Heat-sensitive floor work and crying room part of “stealth” piece pushing positive aspects of migration

Frieze sculpture piece marks sixth anniversary of South African mining massacre

Haroon Gunn-Salie’s installation of 17 headless men represents victims of Marikana shootings

In pictures: Frieze Sculpture 2018 comes out to play in Regent's Park

The London fair's annual outdoor display opens ahead of the autumnal fair with 25 sculptures, including 15 new works (until 7 October).

US government could regulate art dealers under proposed law

New York law firm warns galleries that legislation could mean new compliance and reporting regime

The public joins the protest in Frieze’s Live programme

Activist work reflects what artists are making, says curator of new initiative

Basquiat’s $20m work takes centre stage in Phillips sale

Critic and curators gather to pay tribute to late artist as 1984 painting comes to market for first time

Artoon by Pablo Helguera, Frieze New York 2018, Issue 1

"It's a participatory conceptual piece consisting in you giving us lots of money for a commissioned art work and agree not to sue me or the artist should we decide not to deliver it."