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2014/10/19 14:37
2014/10/19 14:37
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With the proliferation of world-class galleries showing confidence in the city, the commercial stakes have risen steadily. What’s more, the juggernaut shows no sign of slowing down. When I ask Angela...
2014/10/19 14:37
2014/10/19 14:37
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2014/10/17 11:37
2014/10/17 11:37
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Huge queues of willing guinea pigs have been lining up to taste the soup (which is doled out for free) for the past three days at the London art fair. The installation, Does This Soup Taste...
2014/10/15 12:13
2014/10/15 12:13
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Even so, there was a stampede at yesterday's VIP early view, as the collectors rushed in to get to the best on offer by galleries from 25 different countries. With four more days to go, brisk business...
2014/10/15 07:08
2014/10/15 07:08
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Other dealers with a creative spirit include Anton Kern (FL, E3), who has carved two diamond-shaped holes in his empty grey walls. These encourage visitors to peek at three sculptures made this year...
2014/10/13 18:28
2014/10/13 18:28
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The Frieze Art Festival starts in London later this week(Reuters/Andrew Winning) London's Frieze Art Fair is driving a bull market in fine art with an estimated $2.2bn (£1.4bn) worth of work on show...
2014/10/11 23:37
2014/10/11 23:37
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The co-founder of Frieze, one of the most successful contemporary art fairs in the world, rejects criticism that buying art has become little more than rich people showing off their wealth. “We should...
2014/09/25 17:37
2014/09/25 17:37
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These are some of the questions that will be asked - and perhaps answered - at this year’s Frieze Art Fair in London, as two Japanese artists offer visitors that chance to enjoy a broth made from...
2014/10/19 14:37
2014/10/19 14:37
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