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Frieze Fairs

Frieze presents four leading international art fairs in London, New York and Los Angeles, plus Frieze Viewing Room

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Tomorrow join a free webinar with Prof. Dr. Apinan Poshyananda, Reem Shadid, Natasha Ginwala and Amy Sherlock on Thu 28 Jan 10am GMT / 6pm SGT. Presented with S.E.A. Focus 2021 and @STPI_Gallery RSVP:

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Fran Lebowitz speaks about her experience in the arts #Frieze30

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Is pattern back in fashion? #Frieze30

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Forgotten murals by the late artist and poet, Jean Cocteau #Frieze30

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Jay Bernard’s Explosive Poetry and the Long Shadow of Racism in Britain #Frieze30

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‘History is a Continuous Movement’: An Interview with Simone Fattal #Frieze30

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Do Universities play a key role in social justice? Join a free webinar with Isaac Julien, Mark Nash, Jennifer González, moderated by Terence Trouillot presented with @mcevoyarts on Feb 4, 8pm GMT | 12pm PST ➡️

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Gregor Muir on Hans Haacke’s ‘Germania’ Pavilion at the 45th Venice Biennale #Frieze30

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Sonia Boyce 30 Years of Art and Activism #Frieze30

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Blackness and Post-Cinema: John Akomfrah and the Otolith Group in Conversation #Frieze30

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Gender and power in Titian's Greatest Paintings #Frieze30

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How Paint and Perception Collide in the Work of Late Surrealist Dorothea Tanning

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Pop Culture Is the Great Educator: An Interview with Peter Saville #Frieze30

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George Rodriguez's visual memoir of LA #Frieze30

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Dance during a pandemic: a roundtable conversation #Frieze30

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Hilton Als on the films of Kara Walker #Frieze30

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Modern art's interest in the occult #Frieze30

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How Martine Syms Fell in Love with Aretha Franklin #Frieze30

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This is the cover of the very first issue of frieze, published in 1991. Over the next two weeks, we will be diving into the archive, celebrating 30 years of artistic and cultural production at frieze. Read the latest issue here:

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