Frieze London 2014

Frieze Week Flashback

A compendium of coverage from London

Sculptures by Amanda Ross-Ho at The Approach in London.

Sculptures by Amanda Ross-Ho at The Approach in London.

It has been a wild week in London, with openings, parties, and fairs taking place all over town, but it is now just about over. Frieze London and Masters closed yesterday, a day earlier than in past years, and their satellite fairs will close by the end of today. If they haven’t already, fair goers are heading home. A lot happened. Below, ARTnews‘ complete coverage of the action.

Frieze London
Here’s a 44-photo tour of the fair.
A listing of sales, and prices.
Carlos/Ishikawa opened a nail salon.
Hauser & Wirth’s had hanging shoes and a sleeping guard.
Two Franz Erhard Walters were being used, and were on sale.
Andy Kaufman was remembered and reperformed.
Gavin Brown discussed his new New York gallery.
James Lee Byars hat wearers roamed the aisles.
Cory Arcangel and Ryan Gander displayed works in the Tube.
Double flashback: a slide show preview.

Frieze Masters
Helly Nahmad on his much-talked-about display.
A listing of sales, and prices.
Kippenbergers were out in force.
A few more reports of sales.

Kerry James Marshall has a stunner at David Zwirner.
At White Cube, a secrets-filled David Hammons show.
Trecartin and Fitch’s open at the Zabludowicz Collection.
Don’t sleep on Lawrence Weiner at South London Gallery.
And don’t miss Glenn Ligon at Camden Arts Centre.
Beyoncé paid a visit to Marshall’s show!

Hauser & Wirth welcomed Frieze goers to its Somerset estate.
Scenes from the Richard Tuttle opening at Tate Modern.
Phillips opened a new headquarters.

A look around Sunday, a low-key Frieze satellite.

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