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Frieze Week

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

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

Frieze Art Fair Video - 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

Frieze London and Frieze Masters are open to all visitors with talks, live performances, film screenings and outstanding art

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

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

Frieze Art Fair Video - 05 Oct 2017

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

Judith Bernstein with two ‘Screws’ in New York, 1975. Courtesy: the artist

With a solo presentation in Sex Work at Frieze London, artist and A.I.R. co-founder Judith Bernstein talks symbolism, Trump and dirty words

Mary Beth Edelson, Selected Wall Collages (detail), 1972-2011. Ink, marker and paper mounted on canvas, dimensions varaible. Courtesy: David Lewis, New York

Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Hannah Black, Mary Beth Edelson and Dorothy Iannone selected by jury

Dineo Seshee Bopape, Sedibeng, it comes with the rain, 2016. Mixed media, variable dimensions. Installation view. Courtesy: the artist and Sfeir-Semler Gallery Beirut/Hamburg

‘We wanted to seize the moment’, Caroline Douglas said

Visitors to Frieze Masters 2016. Photo: Mark Blower. Courtesy: Mark Blower/Frieze

Preview for Frieze London and Frieze Masters offers museum-quality presentations, emerging talents and the world's most significant artists

Installation view of work by Hüseyin Bahri Alptekin at Tate Modern, purchased using funds provided by the 2016 Frieze Tate Fund supported by WME | IMG 2017. Photograph: © Tate (Andrew Dunkley)

Works by Huseyin Bahri Alptekin acquired at last year's Frieze London go on view at Tate Modern

Robilant + Voena stand at Frieze Masters 2017. Photo: Ben Westoby/Frieze

The artists, curators and dealers proving that passion for historical art is far from a thing of the past