London – Our latest show review offers highlights from Frieze London 2015, where post-digital aesthetics accompanied revelation installations and transparent architecture.
In the annual spectacle of sales and stands, Frieze London entered its twelfth year and was the first under the stewardship of Frieze Masters founding director Victoria Siddall. Overseeing Frieze Projects, a non-profit-making programme of artist commissions, Nicola Lees’ curation examined how digital culture and connectivity shape social behaviour and respond to people’s growing desire for Revelation through immersive environments.
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Art and commerce are familiar bedfellows. Pioneers of retail theatre, South Korean eyewear brand Gentle Monster has commissioned artists to create sense-inspiring showrooms. For more on this year’s concepts and aesthetics, and what they could mean to your brand, read our Frieze London 2015: Top 10.