July 28, 2007 - frieze - Frieze Projects 2007
July 28, 2007

Frieze Projects 2007


Frieze Talks and The Cartier Award.

Frieze Projects 2007

Frieze Art Fair
11-14 October 2007
Regent’s Park, London

www.frieze.com

Curated in 2007 by Neville Wakefield, Frieze Projects will feature site-specific commissions by artists Lara Favaretto, Elìn Hansdòttir, Janice Kerbel, Kris Martin, Gianni Motti and Richard Prince, all of which respond to the social and economic dynamics of the fair and explore ideas of presentation and engagement within this unique setting. Frieze Commissions includes a project with this year’s collaborating institution Frankfurter Kunstverein.

The 2007 Cartier Award recipient Mario Garcia Torres will reframe the body of work of film auteur Allen Smithee in a keynote lecture presented as part of Frieze Talks.
Frieze Talks features leading art world figures delivering keynote lectures and panel debates on the prevailing issues in aesthetics, ethics, art production and the wider cultural sphere. Panel discussions start at 12pm daily followed by keynote lectures at 4pm.
The Expanded Gallery (Thursday 11 October) Mass Forms for Private Consumption, chaired by Alice Rawsthorn will examine how bespoke forms of industrial design, graphics and film have recently moved into the traditional preserves of art.
Keynote: Allen Smithee
Custodians of Culture (Friday 12 October) The Museum: Institutions of Market or Measure? will be chaired by Massimiliano Gioni and will explore the changing relationship between museums, artists, their sponsors and patrons.
Keynote: Dave Hickey
Theory & Practice (Saturday 13 October) Art Education Today will question whether market forces have created an emphasis on product over process, chaired by Ralph Rugoff.
Keynote: Thierry de Duve
Cultural Cartography (Sunday 14 October) Does Art Travel? chaired by Philippe Vergne will focus on whether art can really speak across borders.
Keynote: Roni Horn
Frieze Talks — how to book
Access to Frieze Commissions and Frieze Talks is included in the Frieze Art Fair admission ticket. Seats for each day’s talks can be individually booked at the auditorium from 11am on the day.

For more information please visit:

www.frieze.com

Frieze Art Fair — how to book
Ticket hotline: +44 (0)870 890 0514 (24 hrs)
Group bookings: +44 (0)870 899 3342
Online bookings: www.seetickets.com

Frieze Projects is curated by Neville Wakefield and commissioned under the auspices of Frieze Foundation and presented in association with Cartier. Frieze Foundation is generously supported by the Arts Council England and the Culture 2000 programme of the European Union.

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