For the first time in the Carnegie International’s 117-year history, it is organized by a team of three curators. Daniel Baumann, Tina Kukielski and Dan Byers discuss their plans for the 56th edition of the exhibition.
Suzanne Lacy discusses 40 years of activism, education and what she has termed ‘new genre public art’ with curator Nato Thompson.
What are the limits of writing about images? And what difficulties are there with depicting the art world in fiction? Two readings are followed by discussion.
Lydia, an acclaimed translator and writer of short stories will give a reading, followed by a conversation with Emily Stokes.
John Maus will discuss his influences with Ross Simonini, playing some of the songs and videos that have inspired him.
The pioneering performance and video artist will reflect on 50 years of production, focusing on the development of her most recent work, an ongoing installation project titled Reanimation.
We are increasingly beginning to see survey exhibitions of the very recent past. This panel discusses, how and why decades become packaged as they do?
Ahead of the publication of his memoir, Before Pictures, Douglas Crimp’s lecture explores the New York art world of the 1970s
Frieze Talks 2013 is a daily program of keynote lectures, panel debates and discussions.
Access to Frieze Talks is included in the Frieze New York admission ticket. Seats for talks can be individually booked from 11am on the day outside the auditorium within the fair; ticket-holders are requested to arrive at the auditorium 15 minutes before the talk starts in order to guarantee a place.