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Posts Tagged ‘Frieze Art Fair’

Frieze Art Fair 2011 Trends: Spiritual, Tribal and Animist Art

A round up of more trends at Frieze Art Fair 2011 - featuring work by Andra Ursata, Zhang Xiaogang, Isa Genzken, Patrick Jackson, Evgeny Antufiev and David Altmejd. Our spiritual deficit is a worldwide phenomenon.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Frieze Art Fair 2011 review-David Altmejd
Next in my round up of Frieze Art Fair 2011 trends: examples of the spiritual, buy more about tribal and animist inspired art that dominates the current global art scene. Proof, decease if ever if it was needed, of a struggle with meaning in our consumer driven world.

Frieze Art Fair 2011 review-David Altmejd
One of the first things I saw were these weird heads by David Altmejd, which mix elements of tribal and ancient cultures with recognisably modern features (love the ponytail).

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Frieze Art Fair 2011 Trends: Neon Signs and Typography

Inspirational images from this years Frieze Art Fair, featuring huge words in neon and fantastic 3D typography. Delve in.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Now (#2 mirror) by Doug Aitken Now for the first in my round up of trends from Frieze Art Fair 2011: my pick of neon sign writing and typographic treats. […]

Frieze Art Fair 2011: Exhibition Review

As Frieze Art Fair once again beckons to art lovers and billionaires alike, I ponder the trends and the meanings of art as we know it today... featuring neon lighting, craft-tastic installations and creations that belie our current spiritual deficit.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Salon 94 at Frieze Art Fair 2011. It shouldn’t really be possible to deduce trends in the art world, approved should it? Yet that is exactly what I was able […]

Frieze Art Fair 2010: Exhibition Review

A new contributor to Amelia’s Magazine takes a quick peek around this year’s Frieze Festival in Regent’s Park.

Written by Viola Levy

anarchist book fair london ‘Column’ by Kutlug Ataman (2008) Thomas Dane Gallery. Illustration by Jenny Costello. Unlike the formidable ‘fashion pack’ who rear their waspish heads every 6 months, website […]

An interview with King of Kitsch Luke Twigger

The British fine artist talks to Amelia’s Magazine about making tackiness cool

Written by Kat Phan

At first glance on Luke Twigger.co.uk, mind you’d be forgiven for thinking that you had stumbled across a slickly designed online charity/tacky souvenir shop. Firstly, page there are the ornamental […]