Frieze Talks 2014 are now available to download online.
Frieze Artist Award-winner Mélanie Matranga has created a series of online videos called ‘From A to B through E’.
All tickets for Frieze London 2014 are now sold out.
The second episode of Mélanie's online video for Frieze Projects is available to watch now.
Tate has acquired its 100th work and Frieze has contributed to the Outset/Frieze Fund.
The winner of Frieze London 2014 Stand Prize, supported by Pommery Champagne, is The Box, LA.
Watch the first episode of Frieze Artist Award-winner Mélanie Matranga's online series, following a young artistic couple as they negotiate ‘freedom, success and the proper functioning of a couple’. The episodes are filmed during the construction of the fair itself, within a purpose-built café that Matranga has designed for use by Frieze London’s visitors.
The map for Frieze London 2014 is available to download now.
This year Frieze Film has commissioned Cally Spooner to make a project that will be screened in the auditorium at Frieze London 2014.
Frieze Sounds is a program of sound works featuring three specially commissioned audio works by international artists.