Frieze Week 2019

Frieze London and Frieze Masters kick-off a week of exhibition openings and art fairs in the UK capital. We report on the trends and sales, and speak to artists, collectors and gallerists
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In the artist’s first UK solo show, the figure of the domestic worker becomes a political symbol

As a six-decade survey opens at London’s Whitechapel Gallery, the Brazilian artist looks back on a many-faceted career

The Moniker urban art fair moves to Chelsea, and painting dominates at Sunday fair

The US artist’s faux-Baroque fountain in the Turbine Hall takes aim both at British imperial monuments and Confederate statues

Dealers say collectors are moving design pieces from London to continental Europe in case they want to sell in future

The multitalented artist lays out his vision at Frieze’s annual Art & Architecture Summit in London

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Marlborough Gallery’s group exhibition explores the charged relationship between artist and sitter

Ahead of her solo show at Frieze Masters, the African American photographer discusses her work and the effect of racial bias

Fabric work is enjoying a revival, as artists use it to explore imperial histories, feminist politics and queer aesthetics

A group of black artists including Derek Fordjour and Kara Walker is re-energising figurative art with political works

The 38-year-old discusses his new private art space in London which includes work by Eva Rothschild and Martin Creed

The co-directors of the South African gallery’s new branch discuss their mission for social change

Plus: Frieze’s augmented realities; dismal figures for female artists; how Albert Oehlen is testing painting’s limits

A portrait by the Renaissance artist could become the most expensive work to sell at Frieze Masters if its $30m price tag is met

With its calendar of international fairs, the art world has a serious carbon footprint. Simply ‘raising awareness’ is no longer enough

A new exhibition at Waddington Custot celebrates a cultural education, looking back at London’s art scene between 1960 and 1990

The 89-year-old Sudanese artist reflects on an extraordinary career ahead of new work being shown at the 1-54 Fair in London

Over the course of his life, 80-year-old Bernie Krause has recorded some 15,000 animal species in their natural habitats

On show at London’s House of Illustration, a vast collection of Cuban cold war graphics tells a vivid story

The new Frieze Masters co-curator specialises in projects that pose eastern against western ways of seeing