Frieze London 2017

Cooper Cole, Focus section at Frieze London 2017

A Q&A with the Toronto-based gallery, joining Focus this year

With a new space in London, the gallerist who joins Focus this year

Various Small Fires, Frieze London 2017

View immersive presentations from the world's most forward-thinking emerging galleries

Donna Kukama, Frieze Projects 2017, documentation video still. Courtesy: the artist and Frieze

Frieze Fairs - 07 Oct 2017

An enigmatic botanic exchange by the South African artist, outside the fair entrance

Mark Bauer installation for Frieze Projects at Frieze London 2017

Frieze Fairs - 07 Oct 2017

South London perspectives on stereotypes, power and ideological systems

The shows, talks and performances continue for the third day of Frieze London and Frieze Masters

Taseung research documentation courtesy Moon Kyungwon & JEON Joonho

Frieze Fairs - 06 Oct 2017

An insight into the so-called Freedom Village in the Korean demilitarized zone

Georgina Starr, Androgynous Egg, Frieze Projects 2017. Performance documentaiton video still. Courtesy: the artist and Frieze

Frieze Fairs - 06 Oct 2017

An immersive, musical performance - the artist’s first in London for 10 years - premieres at Frieze

Penny Slinger, Alison Gingeras, Marilyn Minter and Cosey Fanni Tutti speaking at Frieze Talks 2017

Four pioneering female artists in a Frieze Talks panel chaired by Alison M. Gingeras, curator of Sex Work

Focus Stand Prize 2017 jury and winning gallery, Various Small Fires

Various Small Fires’ ‘timely and conceptual’ presentation of The Harrisons recieves Stand Prize in the Focus section of Frieze London

Allied Editions stand at Frieze London 2017. Photo: Mark Blower. Courtesy: Mark Blower/Frieze

Experts share their highlights of the art avaiable via Allied Editions at Frieze London 2017, starting at £85

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Alison Gingeras in front of work by Betty Tompkins in 'Sex Work' at Frieze London 2017

Frieze Fairs - 05 Oct 2017

‘It’s important to understand that feminism is not a monolithic movement’