Beneath the White Tent Once Again: Dinner Party Does Frieze LA

The other day, I had a conversation with a friend who works in the medical field about the inaccessibility of contemporary art to the general public. "I just don't get, well, why this is a thing," she scoffed while telling me about an acquaintance who creates minimalist light sculptures. Frankly, I ask myself this same … Continue reading Beneath the White Tent Once Again: Dinner Party Does Frieze LA

Afternoon Rainstorm Beneath the White Tent (Again): Dinner Party Does Frieze LA

Articles on commercial art fairs almost always start with some variation of, "It's easy to hate on [insert art fair here]," and Frieze is no exception. To a large degree, this statement rings true—and not just because an art critic is attempting to make some lofty, highbrow commentary about the debasement of visual art through commodification. … Continue reading Afternoon Rainstorm Beneath the White Tent (Again): Dinner Party Does Frieze LA