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September 15, 2005

Frieze Art Fair, 21-24 October 2005

Frieze Art Fair
21-24 October 2005

Frieze Projects & Talks

Hiking Club: Entering the gulch behind A-Z West (2005)
Photo by Andrea Zittel

Frieze Art Fair
21-24 October 2005
Regent’s Park, London

Frieze Projects

Frieze Art Fair features an ambitious curatorial programme of artists commissions, a series of talks and an education day for young people. Frieze Projects, is expanding this year to encompass physically ambitious sculptural installations; film and video commissions screened in The Artists Cinema a daily tour programme and an off site performance event.
Participating artists

Michael Beutler
Jay Chung & Q Takeki Maeda
Henrik Håkansson
Roger Hiorns
Matthieu Laurette
Martha Rosler
Donald Urquhart
Richard Wentworth
Cathy Wilkes
Ian Wilson
Andrea Zittel
Collaborating institutions

Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam presents Germaine Kruip
Iaspis (International Artists Studio Programme Sweden) with eipcp (The European Institute for Progressive Cultural Policies) and åbäke
The Artists Cinema in collaboration with LUX

Daily timed screenings of:
Frieze Projects film and video commissions: Roger Hiorns, Donald Urquhart and Cathy Wilkes.
LUX/Spacex A Movie commissions: Mark Leckey, Daria Martin, Jimmy Robert, Imogen Stidworthy and Mika Tannila.
Curated programme selected by: Bernadette Corporation, Chrissie Iles, Marta Kuzma, Philippe-Alain Michaud, Berta Sichel, Catherine Wood, Cerith Wyn Evans and Tirdad Zolghadr.

Frieze Talks

Friday 21 October:

12pm The Dilemma of Collecting: The Search for Meaning in a Time of Consensus and High Profit
Alison M. Gingeras (Adjunct Curator, Guggenheim Museum)
Richard Flood (Chief Curator, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York)
Chair: Allan Schwartzman (Independent Curator)
2.30pm Architecture and the Museum
Zaha Hadid in conversation with Alice Rawsthorn, Director, Design Museum, London.
5pm Composer and Interpreter
Karlheinz Stockhausen delivers a lecture. Musical examples played by Suzanne Stephens (basset-horn) and Kathinka Pasveer (alto flute).
Saturday 22 October:

12pm How has Art Changed?
Lynne Cooke (Curator, DIA Art Foundation)
Michael Craig-Martin (Artist)
Linda Nochlin (Art Historian, Lila Acheson Wallace Professor of Modern Art, NYU Institute of Fine Arts)
Walid Raad (Artist and co-Founder of The Atlas Group)
Chair: Mark Godfrey (Art Historian and Critic)
2.30pm The Future of the Exhibition
Roger M. Buergel, Exhibition Organiser and Author, Lecturer in Visual Art Theory at Lüneburg University, Germany and Artistic Director, documenta 12 (2007), in conversation with Jörg Heiser, co-Editor of frieze.
5pm Contemporary Art Versus Its Envelope: Competition and Co-Evolution
Thomas Crow, Director, Getty Research Institute and Professor of Art History, University of South California, Los Angeles, delivers a keynote lecture.
Sunday 23 October:

12pm Picturing the Future
Kodwo Eshun (Journalist and Academic)
Jennifer Higgie (co-Editor of frieze)
George Pendle (Author and Journalist)
Chair: Michael Bracewell (Writer)
2.30pm Art, Politics and Popularity
Jacques Rancière, philosopher, and Emeritus Professor, University of Paris VIII in conversation with Brian Dillon, Writer, Art Critic and frieze Columnist.
Resonance 104.4fm
Londons art radio station Resonance 104.4fm will be broadcasting Frieze Talks live from the fair along with interviews and specially commissioned radio art projects. Log on to Tune in on 104.4 fm in central London.
Frieze Education
In 2005 Frieze Foundation and Camden Arts Centre, London are collaborating on an education programme that will take place in the Guardian Auditorium throughout Monday 24 October.

Access to Frieze projects and Talks is included in the Frieze Art Fair admission ticket however some events have a limited capacity. For more information and details on how to reserve places please vist:

Ticket hotline: 44 (0)870 0514 (24 hrs)
Group bookings: 44 (0)899 3342
Online bookings:

Frieze Projects, Talks and Education are curated by Polly Staple and commissioned under the auspices of Frieze Foundation which is generously supported by the Arts Council England and the Culture 2000 programme of the European Union (2005 07), in association with the International Artists Studio Programme in Sweden (Iaspis), Stockholm; Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam (SMBA); Project, Dublin; Platform Garanti Art Center, Istanbul; and Sala Rekalde, Bilbao.
Frieze Projects are presented in association with Cartier.

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