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FRIEZE and FIAC: What is new?

Art Market | While alternative and specialized fairs are rapidly gaining influence, FRIEZE and FIAC inaugurate a tight schedule of international art fairs in October. Both fairs provide cultural programs with a relevant presence of emerging young contemporary artists while remaining market-oriented.

Michael Craig-Martin, Wheelbarrow (red) (2013), New Art Centre / Gagosian 
Frieze Sculpture 2017 © Photo by Stephen White. Courtesy of Stephen White/Frieze.
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Michael Craig-Martin, Wheelbarrow (red) (2013), New Art Centre / Gagosian
Frieze Sculpture 2017

© Photo by Stephen White. Courtesy of Stephen White/Frieze.

FRIEZE London features around 160 galleries while FIAC brings together 192 galleries, both fairs have a similar distribution : 2/3 are European, 1/3 is national. The North American contingent represents 20% of the events’ exhibitors.

In its 2017 edition, FRIEZE London has counted with the presence of renowned international curators, three of whom were in charge of conceiving and designing three different sectors. One of these, Focus on Emerging Talents, was advised by emerging curators Ruba Katrib and (…)

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Michael Craig-Martin, Wheelbarrow (red) (2013), New Art Centre / Gagosian  
Frieze Sculpture 2017 © Photo by Stephen White. Courtesy of Stephen White/Frieze. Oscar Tuazon, Dessin préparatoire pour le projet Fiac Hors-les-murs, Place Vendôme, 2017 © Courtesy de l’artiste et de la galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris

Michael Craig-Martin, Wheelbarrow (red) (2013), New Art Centre / Gagosian
Frieze Sculpture 2017

© Photo by Stephen White. Courtesy of Stephen White/Frieze.

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