Frieze Projects, Frieze Talks, 2006-2008
Frieze, 2009 - Art - 307 pages
The annual Frieze Art Fair brings the world's top contemporary art galleries to London's Regent's Park. Since the inaugural fair in 2003, Frieze Projects has pursued an ambitious curatorial program, inviting artists to realize works responding specifically to the fair context. The Frieze Talks program has brought leading cultural and art world figures to the stage. Frieze Projects and Frieze Talks 2006-2008 is the second publication to record these events. It features essays by Frieze Projects curator Neville Wakefield and Frieze Talks curators Jennifer Higgie, Jörg Heiser and Dan Fox, texts on each project and edited transcripts of many of the lectures and panel discussions with artists such as Wade Guyton, Peter Saville, Dave Hickey, Roni Horn and Boris Groys.
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