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Culture

these four women are changing the face of contemporary african art

"We’re moving towards a time where we want a contemporary art world to be more inclusive. I don’t think there’s a way back from this, it’s now and it’s a reality.”
Mahoro Seward
10.9.19
Art

3 feminist artists to discover at frieze london

See Sidsel Paaske, Jacqueline de Jong, and Jean Conner's provocative artwork.
Sarah Moroz
10.7.19
Fashion

three things we learned at frieze’s art and fashion summit

The inspiring conversations with cultural visionaries highlighted the relationship between art, fashion, and identity.
Sara Radin
5.7.19
Culture

everything to see at frieze london this year

A handy guide to the biggest weekend in London’s art world calendar.
Felix Petty
10.4.18
The Radical Issue

4 chinese artists you need to know

For The Radical Issue, we met four brave, visionary artists from China showing at Frieze London.
i-D Staff
3.26.18
Culture

jimmy merris says forget the art, the world is in trouble

After a short stint in Snowdonia, Jimmy is back in south London -- working out of a funeral parlour and creating uniquely sinister yet humorous work.
Ryan White
3.1.18
Photography

photographer polly brown captures unseen performances in gallery spaces

Polly Brown launches her latest publication, Performances, to draw our attention away from the gallery walls and into those in-between, overlooked spaces we unknowingly mark with our presence.
Antonia Marsh
10.10.17
Review

the i-D guide to frieze new york

All the young, old, bold, dreamy and weird art that was on display at this year's Frieze New York. From Leonardo DiCaprio impersonators to Jon Rafman's animated dream diary.
Jeppe Ugelvig
5.8.17
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

insider tips to frieze, straight up

As the world famous contemporary art fair arrives in London, follow Rosie Harriet Ellis's lens as we meet the first few visitors to explore the vast marquees in Regent’s Park.
i-D Staff
10.7.16
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