Collecting: Frieze Week 2017

The arrival of Frieze London and Frieze Masters in Regent’s Park kick-starts a week of art fairs and exhibition openings in the capital. Here’s our guide to what’s on

Big-value sales are the fruit of careful behind-the-scenes preparation

What to see at Sunday Art Fair, Moniker and the Other Art Fair

The artist’s challenging late works, ‘Théâtres de Mémoire’, go on show in London

How curated tours are helping institutions to build relationships with their supporters

This Somerset House exhibition is a statement about collectivity and collaboration across disparate territories

This year, the fair offers a delightful wander down the many paths of Modernism

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Georgina Starr stages her art in London for the first time in 10 years

The fair is expanding beyond fine art to include artefacts, tribal art, ceramics, rare books and textiles

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Dealers and auction houses are using narrative to exhibit works ever more creatively

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