On a crinkled billboard outside of Stepney Green underground station in east London, a row of posters outlines The White Pube’s manifesto for a future art world. It was one of many manifestos that popped up across London, Liverpool, and Instagram in early 2021, as part of a public campaign to confront various inequalities in the global art ecosystem.
For nearly 25 years, frieze has been covering contemporary art with eight design-heavy issues a year. Since then it has expanded its brand to art fairs in London and New York; an annual publication about historical art; a bilingual arts quarterly in German and English; and year-round art courses and workshops. XCity Plus