Frieze Art Fair

Arts

what the blacklisting of feminist artists in the 70s says about censorship today

An exhibition at this year’s Frieze framed sex positivity in art from a feminist perspective. The success suggests a move towards mainstream praise of radical women artists — but there are still challenges to be met.
Grace Banks
10.13.17
Think Pieces

are art people more stylish than fashion people?

As New York is invaded by international galleristas for Frieze, Cleo Le-Tan investigates the very specific nature of art fashion in the latest edition of Cleo's Closet Case.
Cleo Le-Tan
5.16.15
Culture

20 years of nose to tail dining with fergus henderson

"It's a terrible thing how much fun I have", Fergus Henderson says of his job as chef and founder of the St John restaurant. Known for his common sense attitude towards food, he's been laying his table with the essentials for fine dining for decades.
Princess Julia
10.24.14
Art

get the low-down on frieze sculpture park

Frieze New York’s Sculpture Park sparks the city’s imagination every year, thanks in part to its dramatic Randall’s Island location, with the Hudson River wrapped around it and the Manhattan skyline looming large.
Stuart Brumfitt
10.16.14
Art

pics or it won't happen - an overview of performance art at frieze 2014

Performance is everywhere at Frieze London this year, with events happening both inside the tent in Regent's Park and in various venues around the city. Let i-D give you a guided tour of this year’s highlights.
i-D Team
10.16.14
Art

angela bulloch collaborates with fine-tuned, supersonic speed machine, rolls royce

Throughout Frieze Art Fair and through the shiny, shiny windows of Berkeley Square’s Rolls Royce showroom, you can currently spot the building blocks of Turner Prize nominee, Angela Bulloch’s installation, Cipher of L.
Felicity Kinsella
10.15.14