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Frieze London 2014 Market
The view from above.

The Sunday Fair, a Low-Key Frieze Week Satellite, Opens in London

The Sunday art fair is just a five-minute walk down Marylebone Street from Frieze, but—as the saying goes—it feels like a world away. Frieze, for instance, opened yesterday to thrumming crowds that included Valentino and A$AP Rocky, but this afternoon, … Read More


News
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Creating a Renaissance for Italian Modernism

A scholar and collector transforms a New York loft into a center for the study of Futurism and beyond it Read More


Frieze London 2014 Market
Dancers prepare for the ballet performances that Nick Mauss has planned to run throughout the fair.

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. By noon the aisles were thick with people, on the hunt for a new artwork, an old … Read More


News
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‘Days of Endless Time’ Takes It Slow

A new exhibition tracks the dissonance between connectivity and solitude in the digital age Read More


Frieze London 2014 Market News parties
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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


Profiles
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The fantastical world of Lindsay Seers

Fact and fiction blur in the artist’s diverse work Read More


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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


News
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Stan Douglas’s Play on Two Sets

An iPhone app animates this production on stage and on (a) screen Read More


Artful Traveler
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Baroque, Bavarian, and Bauhaus Fuse at Chick Austin’s House

A museum director’s Hartford home is a pre-postmodern fantasy Read More


Art of the City
Wayne Thiebaud, Cold Case, 2010/11/13.© Wayne Thiebaud / Licensed by VAGA, New York

Welcome to the Good Life: Learning From Wayne Thiebaud

One review of his solo show at Acquavella, and 21 brief reviews of local pastry and ice cream shops Read More


Features
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The Future of the American Kunsthalle

Kunsthalles are flexible spaces designed for showing, not collecting, art. But how do they survive—and raise money—without outgrowing their model? Read More


News
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Aga Khan Museum, $300 M. Complex Devoted to Islamic Art, Opens in Toronto

A $300 million cultural and religious complex has opened in Toronto, designed by leading modern architects and showcasing one of the world’s top collections of Islamic art. The Aga Khan Museum, housed in a structure designed by Pritzker Prize–winner Fumihiko … Read More


Retrospective
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Retrospective: Artists Discuss What Constitutes Obscenity

And other excerpts from our coverage 100, 75, 50, and 25 years ago Read More


Reviews
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October 2014 Exhibition Reviews

Art criticism from around the world, published in this month’s print edition Read More