October 11, 2013 7:47 pm

Frieze Art Fair 2013

Cool grey vs crazy colour
The success of last year’s inaugural Frieze Masters has shifted the balance between the twin fairs


‘Not the real Snow White’
Pilvi Takala on upsetting Disney and collaborating with children on her new project


The first folk chick
Interview: Meredith Monk, originator of the ‘extended vocal technique’


Brand new – after 400 years
Johnny Van Haeften will be showing something very unusual at Frieze Masters


Woman hood
Judy Chicago talks about her battle against sexism


Handsome prints
Dealer Israel Goldman on why Japanese ‘ukiyo-e’ is gaining popular appeal


The universe in microcosm
The links between the Renaissance cabinet of curiosities and contemporary artists’ works


Collecting artists, not art
The indefatigable Delfina Entrecanales, still breaking new ground at 84


A long goodbye
There is plenty of life in the ‘death of painting’


Colonel is radical to the core
Saudi artist Abdulnasser Gharem manages an unusual double life


The non-profit motive
Gareth Harris meets the enterprising duo behind the Moving Museum


Baselitz’s black period
Georg Baselitz on why he has never shied away from controversy


Unbridled animal passions
A Bugatti whose sleek bodywork was drawn from friends in the zoo


Ghost in the vitrine
Edmund de Waal’s Gagosian show contrasts oddly with his writings


Fair crop: life beyond Frieze
The autumn is awash with events selling emerging, affordable and editioned art


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