ORGAN: FRIEZE WEEK Part 6 – Kembra? Marton? Sterling? William J O’Brien? The obligatory ten best things at Frieze list we all have to do once the dust has settled…

And so the dust or whatever it was has settled, the vast vast (vast) white tent is probably down by now, the whole damn global art fair circus has already moved on, “oh darling, Frieze is so last week now”, the money has been counted or laundered or whatever it was all really about, the…

ORGAN: FRIEZE WEEK Part 5 – The fair itself, why was it so damn conservative? Did Sterling Ruby and the Gagosian save it all with the help of Joyce Pensato’s giant Mickey?

Was it as opulent this time, was it as big a beast? The sign outside certainly wasn’t as big, no big shiny black mile-high towering sign overlooking everyone coming in this year, instead a more subdued green one, that sign says so much, things aren’t quite so bold in 2019. Is opulent the right word?…

ORGAN: Frieze Week Part Two, avoiding the art fair madness? The excitement of those Sean Scully paintings at Blain/Southern, punchbags, red roads, goose feathers and a strong 21st Century Women show at Unit…

Frieze Week Part Two:  Leave Moniker and Part One behind and wonder why so and so’s art wasn’t in there, and where was thingy and they do miss out on so much of the cutting edge in terms of the art they show at Moniker don’t they? So conservative, so playing it so very very…

ORGAN: Frieze Week Part One, art fair madness? shouty American interns? Is Frieze to only slice of honesty in town? Did Moniker offer anything more this time? Rocco and His Brothers, Egle Zvirblyte…

Well at least there weren’t railway tracks, none of that train yard bullshit this year – art fair season is upon us again here in good old London town, loads of loud American gallery interns telling us this and that when they clearly haven’t a clue where the real heart of it is, that couple…