Link About It: This Week’s Picks

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1. Frieze Week’s Brooklyn Art Fairs As with all super-powered art fairs, NYC’s Frieze stirs such excitement in the city that a range of other fairs have cropped up at the same time (including three in Brooklyn) ultimately yielding what is referred to as “Frieze Week.” Hyperallergic ventured to Red Hook’s 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair and Greenpoint’s Moniker and Other Art Fair. Their findingsvisible …

Frieze Week’s Brooklyn Art Fairs

As with all super-powered art fairs, NYC’s Frieze stirs such excitement in the city that a range of other fairs have cropped up at the same time (including three in Brooklyn) ultimately yielding what is referred to as “Frieze Week.” Hyperallergic ventured to Red Hook’s 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair and Greenpoint’s Moniker and Other Art Fair. Their findingsvisible through a photo essayreveal a distinct …

Universal Design Studio’s Frieze London Architecture

A new entryway and restaurant reconfigurations at the art fair's pop-up home

As the art world shifted its attention to London last week, and descended upon the Frieze London art fair, many guests casually walked through the doors without considering the structure itself. For the fourth year in a row, design and architectural firm Universal Design Studio helmed the project. Also known for their work at Stockholm’s recently opened At Six design hotel and the Ace Hotel …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Magic mushrooms, moon dust, nudes and nature in our look around the web

1. Chameleons of the Art World: The Humans of Frieze New York Frieze New York 2017 has ended but the visual treats keep coming. In a hilarious, sweet mockumentary by W magazine, the island-based art fair and its curious attendees are explored in a wildlife documentary style. Called “Chameleons of the Art World: The Humans of Frieze New York,” the short film was written by …

Chameleons of the Art World: The Humans of Frieze New York

Frieze New York 2017 has ended but the visual treats keep coming. In a hilarious, sweet mockumentary by W magazine, the island-based art fair and its curious attendees are explored in a wildlife documentary style. Called “Chameleons of the Art World: The Humans of Frieze New York,” the short film was written by Mike Albo and narrated perfectly by James Gillies. For many of us, …