230 x 300 mm, 154 pages
Eight times a year
First published 1991
Editor-in-chief: Andrew Durbin
Art director (interim): Lorenz Klingebiel
Founded in 1991, Frieze has grown into a leading magazine for contemporary art and culture, and spawned art fairs in London, New York and Los Angeles. The magazine aims to publish jargon-free writing, international art coverage, criticism and analysis.
On the cover: Mike Kelley, 'Destroy All Critics'
On the Journal:
At Work With art director David Lane, Februrary 2017:
‘David Lane is the London-based creative director best-known to magCulture readers as co-founder of The Gourmand. We catch up with him this week as his redesign of another major independent, art mag Frieze, is launched...’ READ MORE
At Work With Frieze co-founder Matthew Slotover, August 2016:
‘If you really want to know the first magazine, it would have been the Beano. In my teens I loved the NME, and bought every copy and must have read every word from about 1982-86. It was the golden era of music writing. And I have to mention Blitz, my favourite of the 80s style magazines…’ READ MORE