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Frieze will be holding a digital art festival to celebrate its 30th anniversary.
The three-day fest is set to feature conversations with artists including Matthew Barney, Jeremy Deller, Lubaina Himid, Philippe Parreno, Rirkrit Tiravanija and Kara Walker — plus a performance from Arlo Parks.
The virtual event will also include cocktail tutorials taught by restaurants including Dante NYC, Frankies 457, Spuntino, Locanda Locatelli, Rita’s and Roberta’s.
In honor of its 30 years, Frieze is also launching its first-ever membership program with perks including early entry to all Frieze events, private access to participating galleries, tours of artist studios and museums, and access to other events around the world.
As Page six previously reported, Frieze New York cancelled its 2020 edition last May over coronavirus concerns.
The fair’s LA edition successfully went off last year with attendees including Jennifer Lopez, Kendall Jenner, Leo DiCaprio and ASAP Rocky at Paramount Studios.
Frieze’ Anniversary Sessions will take place February 17-19.