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Frieze presents four leading international art fairs in London, New York and Los Angeles
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Frieze Fairs Aug 4
Frieze Los Angeles Film Award returns to Frieze LA in collaboration with Endeavor Content and This initiative offers a unique opportunity and a fellowship for ten emerging filmmakers, culminating at Frieze Los Angeles 2021 with a prize of $10,000
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Frieze Fairs Jul 22
There is still time to sign up to Sessions. Join editor and ­as they discuss the subversively queer texture of Arca’s self-built world and the album, KiCk i. Sign-up for free here:
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Frieze Fairs Jul 21
Join editor and ­– a writer, critic and LGBTQ policy advocate – as they discuss the subversively queer texture of Arca’s self-built world and the album, KiCk i. Sign-up for Sessions this Wednesday 22 July:
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Frieze Fairs Jul 20
Join editor and ­– a writer, critic and LGBTQ policy advocate – as they discuss the subversively queer texture of Arca’s self-built world and the album, KiCk i. Sign-up for Sessions this Wednesday 22 July:
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Frieze Fairs Jul 14
In light of unprecedented challenges of COVID-19, we regret to cancel Frieze London and Frieze Masters this October. We're disappointed that we will not see everyone at the fairs, but we look forward to Frieze Viewing Room and celebrating Frieze Week across the city.Stay tuned!
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Frieze Fairs Jul 12
Last chance! are offering 20% off an annual subscription. Receive 8 issues a year featuring today's most exciting artists, ideas and culture. Plus, a free tote bag and shipping. Subscribe before midnight today.
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Frieze Fairs Jul 11
Must end tomorrow: are offering 20% off an annual subscription. Receive 8 issues a year featuring today's most exciting artists, ideas and culture. Plus, a free tote bag and shipping.
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Frieze Fairs Jul 9
Announcing Frieze Sessions. Join editors for a new series of online discussion groups. Every week, we’ll be discussing one of our favourite recent releases in film, music and books with a special guest. Sign-up to July’s free Sessions
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Frieze Fairs Jul 1
Applications for the 2020 Frieze Impact Prize close this Friday, July 3 at 5pm ET. For more information and to apply, go to Image: Mark Bradford, Life Size, 2019. Courtesy of the artist.
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Frieze Fairs Jun 25
Congratulations to Nalini Malani (), the first artist to receive the 's Contemporary Fellowship. Pictured: I am Everything You Lost, 2017. Courtesy of the artist and .
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Frieze Fairs Jun 8
Applications are still open for the 2020 Frieze Impact Prize. The Prize will award $25,000 to an artist contributing to the movement to end mass incarceration. The new deadline for entries is July 3. Visit to apply. Image: Mark Bradford, Life Size, 2019
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Frieze Fairs Jun 1
"We are uprising not just for black deaths… We are rising for black life.” -Patrisse Cullors (), co-founder of . Cullors’ performance at Frieze LA 2020 unified people around dancing & joy in times of pain & segregation.
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Frieze Fairs May 29
Power lunch. Consumer Art by Natalia LL, 1974. Courtesy of . A pioneer of feminist art in Poland, Natalia LL's film features female models eating suggestively shaped foods. The women gaze back, reversing the dynamics of male gaze and consumption. ()
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Frieze Fairs May 28
Summertime... Ridley Howard, Blues Red Shape, 2020. Courtesy of Marinaro Gallery.
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Frieze Fairs May 27
We’re working with as part of their to support artists & museums during the pandemic. Donate £35 to receive a limited-edition face mask designed by , , or .
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Frieze Fairs May 27
Kay Rosen, The Cowardly Cowered, 2020. Courtesy of . Rosen’s new paintings were made during March 2020, as the coronavirus crisis escalated. She has been exploring the possibilities of words as images for over 25 years.
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Frieze Fairs May 26
TIDY UP Gladys Nilsson (1940–), Tidy Up, 2018. Courtesy of .
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Contemporary Art Soc May 20
Today we launched our , in partnership with . Through donations from art lovers, the campaign will help support both artists and museums across the UK. People who donate £35 will receive a timely limited-edition facemask designed by top artists
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Frieze Fairs May 22
Hallelujah. It’s Friday. Jonny Lyons (), At Amber, 2015. Courtesy the artist and , Edinburgh.
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Frieze Fairs May 15
Frieze Viewing Room is now closed! THANK YOU to everyone who participated! Register for Frieze Art Fair updates here: Pictured: Camille Blatrix, Dawson Crying (Winter), 2020. Courtesy of the artist and Andrew Kreps Gallery
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