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Complete coverage of Frieze London 2014

A Tour of Frieze London 2014
The 2014 edition of Frieze London has begun, swinging its doors open to VIPs this morning at 10 a.m. in Regent's Park. It runs through Saturday.
Ryan Trecartin and Lizzie Fitch Open at Zabludowicz
"There's lots of play on gender and sexuality," a middle-aged British hipster explained to the two slightly uncomfortable-looking older ladies who, had this been a Monty Python sketch, would likely have been played by Michael Palin and Graham Chapman. (These … Read More
Kerry James Marshall Delivers a Stunner at Zwirner in London
Just how good is Kerry James Marshall's show at David Zwirner in London's Mayfair district? So good that the second I left today I began plotting the next time that I could sneak out of the Frieze Art Fair this week … Read More
Hauser & Wirth Welcomes Frieze Visitors at Its Somerset Estate
Gallery offers early Franz Wests, Phyllida Barlow at fair fête Read More
Phillips Opens New Headquarters in London
Yesterday collectors and dealers crowded Phillips's new headquarters at 30 Berkeley Square for a VIP preview of its upcoming Frieze Week auctions and to take in the building, which reportedly cost the company $160 million. In the airy front room … Read More
Preview Frieze London 2014
The big moment has almost arrived. The 12th edition of Frieze London opens to the general public on October 15 in Regent's Park, and a day earlier for invited guests. Some 60,000 people will make their way through the big tent to view work … Read More
London - The Carlos/Ishikawa booth in Frieze London's Focus section this year features three heavy hitters all doing fairly insane things. You should definitely swing by, especially if you're in need of some nail decor.
The first strange thing you'll notice are little Minimal sculptures that seem to be crafted out of bread. They're actually part more on
Steve McQueen returns to
Last-minute reprieve for Richter in Essl's major
2014 ArtPrize winners
Hammer Museum honors Joni
Holland Cotter on Matisse at
New York's Historic Districts Council comes out against Frick
Lisa Perry Designed The Uniforms For Larry Gagosian's Japanese Restaurant
T: The New York Times Style Magazine has a preview of the uniforms for Kappo Masa, Larry Gagosian and Masa Takayama's new Japanese restaurant at 980 Madison, which opens today. Head over for a look! They were designed by Lisa … Read More
The Artist Is Sort of Present: Mark Flood Now Has His Own Chelsea Gallery
The painter Mark Flood was sitting on a couch in his new Chelsea storefront gallery on West 22nd Street, watching languidly as several young art handlers were hanging the new show. "I guess we could go ahead and put the … Read More

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