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Frieze Week

Issue 3

October 2016

The third issue of Frieze Week, is the essential companion to Frieze London and Frieze Masters 2016. Edited by Caroline Roux (FT, Economist, W) the issue features picks from leading curators, Philippe Parreno and Liam Gillick in conversation, a day-by-day itinerary for navigating the week, a travelogue around London's young galleries by Ben Eastham. Also in the issue: Ali Smith on the meaning of the arch, Edwin Heathcote discusses art and architecture, Jane Morris reveals the world of vetting, and – in tandem with Frieze London's new section 'The Nineties' – dealers including Lisa Spellman, Massimo de Carlo and Esther Schipper look back on the decade the art world changed.

With a complete gallery listing for both fairs, Frieze Week is the essential accompaniment for London's most significant art week.

Investigating the many meanings of the subject of this year's Frieze Masters and Frieze London campaigns

From Ancient Egypt to Baroque Bologna to avant-garde Moscow, the works at Frieze Masters open up a world of stories

An artwork from Sarnath Banerjee's commission for Deutsche Bank London. Courtesy: the artist, Deutsche Bank London and Project 88, Mumbai

Sarnath Banerjee's commission for Deutsche Bank

John Ogilby & William Morgan, A New and Accurate Map of the City of London, 1676, engraved map on 13 sheets, each sheet 40 × 51 cm 
 

The works at Frieze Masters open up a world of stories

Oustide Seventeen. Photo: Max Creasy

The fairs are over but, the capital's young galleries continue to flourish, in spaces both familiar and unlikely

Frieze Talks address the critical issue of open and closed borders

The collaborators discuss the London Underground and Parreno's commission for Tate Modern

Exploring the evolution of the architecture of art spaces

Curators from influential institutions predict their Frieze London highlights

Curators from influential institutions predict their Frieze London highlights

Curators from influential institutions predict their Frieze London highlights

From Ancient Egypt to Baroque Bologna to avant-garde Moscow, the works at Frieze Masters open up a world of stories