Frieze New York 2018

Frieze arrives on Randall’s Island on May 2, kick-starting a week of exhibition openings, fairs and events. Here’s our guide to what to see — plus the latest art market news and sales reports

Art fairs and gallerists are looking back to the idealism of the 1960s as a remedy for today’s excesses

The gigantic sculpture at Rockefeller Center is loaded with historical, literary and philosophical meanings

Artsy is helping art fairs — and galleries — to reach younger buyers

The Artist Award-winner’s installation is a simple screen that is also rich in metaphor

And with its plethora of fairs, New York’s art week has something for buyers at every level

At a time when many art collectors chase the same big names, Perlstein’s idiosyncrasies look visionary

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A special exhibition brings together six African artists foregrounding women’s perspectives in diverse ways

As Frieze makes plans to expand to LA, we survey the ‘fragmented’ landscape of fairs from coast to coast

A new section highlights the artists he spotted early and championed passionately

Artists are coming together to counter racial stereotyping

Plus: collector sues Jeff Koons and the Gagosian; Diebenkorn collection comes to Christie’s; galleries share nicely in Cologne

The museum has acquired 96 works by contemporary female artists — a living legacy of women’s practice