Frieze London goes social
Frieze rocketed into Regent’s Park last month and, as always was everything you’d expect from an exceptional art fair. With interactive installations, social media was going wild with people sharing their experiences at the annual event.
Art fairs are fast becoming the home of the young and hip who spend most of their time sharing imagery on Instagram and Twitter – which you must admit, is a pretty good medium to showcase your work to the masses nowadays. In a sense it’s free publicity.
We’re loving the interactive and technological turns art fairs are taking now and Frieze was a prime example of this.
- Hirst announces his plans to release an auto-biography
- Banksy ‘I like it, but it’s not me.’
- Breaking records
- First time buyer’s starter pack
- Next steps
- In the big leagues
- You’ve got art mail
- David Hockney exhibits at the Dulwich Picture Gallery
- David Bailey – “I don’t take pictures, I make them”
- Tate Britain gets a £45m make over
- Selling off the investment
- Damien Hirst unveils his collaboration with Alexander McQueen
- The ArtReview top 100 is out!
- Banksy in the Big Apple
- Frieze London goes social
- Away from the Flock
- iPad Art
- How do you tell if art is 'good'?
- The Fourth Plinth…again
- Giant yellow snails…what next?!
- Banksy is at it again
- Hirst hits the fashion world...again
- Art Everywhere has launched!
- Damaged fresco of Christ – so bad, it’s good...for tourism
- The £3 Warhol...
- Even Charles Saatchi can’t avoid the relationship revamp
- Another Banksy robbed from the streets of London
- The Big Blue Cockerel
- Hirst’s causing a stir once again...and this time it’s with the archaeologists
- ‘Mini Monet’ is painting his way to success
- Art - still the hot investment
- Art School Degree Shows
- Measure up!
- Don’t collect to get rich. Buy what you like.
- The greatest British art initiative we’ve seen in 2013
- What do Marc Quinn and the Bamford Watch Department have in common?
- Affordable Art Fair attracts some not so affordable A-Listers
- Sumo: a Big Book at a Bargain Price
- Inflatable art - has the world gone mad?
- Banksy - Causing a stir again
- Lynette Yiadom-Boakye
- Laure Prouvost
- Tino Sehgal
- David Shrigley
- Hirst Homewares
- Artist in Residence
- Bridging the Gulf
- Art in figures
- Lucie Bennett’s Silk Knickers go for thousands...
- Food Art?
- A female Bansky you say?
- David Bowie at the V&A
- Kate & Wills, the new faces of contemporary art?
- Peter Blake stars on his first album cover
- Ringo Starr is to be the subject of an American exhibition, Peace & Love this summer
- Money and public art
- Banksy travels along way from home
- Dada and inspirations at the Tate
- Benedict Drew – a ‘Future Great’
- Dan Baldwin
- Peter Blake
- Damien Hirst
- Antony Micallef
- William Wegman