Whether you weren’t there or simply didn’t have the time (or patience) to fully embrace Frieze this year, here are a few online sources to help you feel like you are not missing any trends.

Artsy takes a detailed look at what sold and contemplated about the fate of smaller galleries when it comes to such high-end art fairs as Frieze.

Wallpaper Magazine offers a classical “in pictures” take, stating that this year galleries took a “calmer” and somehow more well-measured approach to their exhibition spaces.

The New York Times on the mature age Frieze has approached as an art fair and the perspectives of its “offspring” Frieze Masters.

BlouinArtInfo on the newest section of London Frieze – “Sex Work: Feminist Art & Radical Politics,” curated by Alison Gingeras.

CNN Style on what art curator Hans Ulrich Obrist would have picked to see.


When it comes to Instagram, there are also a few accounts you can get valuable impressions from, even though live stories are finished by now.

Victoria Siddall, the Dicrector or Frieze London

Isabella Lauder Frost is the most prominent art historian of the online realm, combining her expertise with an impressive amount of energy needed to be at every single art event ever.

Katy Hessel, Press and Marketing Assistant at Victoria Miro Gallery and Founder at The Great Women Artists. Interesting account to follow during Frieze or at any other time.