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The Week’s Muse: 18 October

18 October 2014

A round-up of recent news and comment from the Muse Room

The big Frieze

Frieze Week is upon us...

Frieze Week is upon us… (Image: Frieze London, Regent’s Park, October 2013)

In case you hadn’t noticed, Frieze is in town. We’ve been rounding up the major exhibition openings across the city in our London diary. Meanwhile, Digby Warde-Aldam has been visiting ‘as much as humanly possible’, which turns out to be an awful lot. Read about his exploits here.

The 100-year commission: Katie Paterson’s Future Library

(2014–2114), Katie Paterson. Commissioned by Bjorvika Utvikling and produced by Situations.The art world is picking up pace, but Katie Paterson’s latest project insists on slowing things down to an extraordinary degree…she’s growing a forest that will be used in a century to make an anthology of books. Crystal Bennes spoke to the artist.

Dealer’s Choice returns

Frieze Masters 2014: Marlborough Fine ArtsWe’ve revived our Dealer’s Choice series. This week we spoke to Frieze Masters exhibitors Alexander Platon, Lucy Mitchell-Innes and Daniel Crouch. Keep an eye out for more updates in the weeks to come.