Conversations and debates with leading figures from contemporary art, design, music, literature, activism and technology – taking place daily at Frieze Fairs and beyond.
What place does contemporary art have in historical museums – and vice versa? An international panel of museum curators and directors will consider both the opportunities and pitfalls of mixing up the art of different eras.
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Lee 'Scratch' Perry is a legendary musician and producer, and is widely regarded as one of the godfathers of reggae and dub.
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How do artists use the fluidity of identity and performative languages to navigate in larger social and institutional structures?
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What has changed since the year that frieze magazine was born in London in 1991? How far has the contemporary art world come since the decade of the YBAs, and what was it really like to be on the ground in London at the time?
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Moderated by writer Louisa Buck, Nathalie de Gunzburg and James Meyer discuss their interest in art from 1960 to the present.
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Los Angeles-based novelist, television writer, philanthropist and collector Maria Arena Bell shares her journey as a collector with writer and The Art Newspaper contributing editor Louisa Buck.
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