Frieze London

Art

raúl de nieves makes kaleidoscopic sculptures from plastic beads

The Mexico-born artist talks learning to find power in failure.
Clementine de Pressigny
4.6.18
The Radical Issue

artist jesse darling doesn’t like interviews

But their art speaks plenty.
Clementine de Pressigny
3.5.18
The Radical Issue

the phantasmagoric world of artist kris lemsalu and her monkey skull named erik

Estonian multi-disciplinary artist Kris Lemsalu creates sculptures and performances that playfully dance along the lines of humanity and mortality.
Ryan White
3.1.18
Arts

iconic pop artist kaws talks frieze with terry jones

With his work showing as part of Frieze Sculpture Park’s first-ever summer display in Regent’s Park, as well as a solo booth at the fair presented by Emmanuel Perrotin, i-D founder Terry Jones sits down with KAWS.
i-D Staff
10.6.17
News

marina abramović is selling macarons that taste like her

Made in collaboration with experimental dessert brand, the sweets are a performance art piece.
André-Naquian Wheeler
10.4.17
Reviews

things didn’t only get better: a look back at the 90s in art

A special section of Frieze London was dedicated to the 90s this year, but why are we still so fascinated with the decade?
Ella Plevin
10.13.16
Art

what social and political responsibility should art have?

As Frieze finishes for another year, we look at the political possibility and political pitfalls of the naked consumerism of the art world.
Tom Rasmussen
10.12.16
Culture

why a new magical counter culture is emerging

Paganism’s making a comeback in art and fashion, via Los Angeles crystal shops and psychedelic journeys of self-discovery.
Dean Kissick
10.10.16
Art

the i-D guide to talking about modern art

Want to pretend you know what you’re talking about? Read on…
Dean Kissick
10.8.16