Frieze Art Fair ticket giveaway

The Frieze Art Fair opens in London tomorrow and we have two tickets to give away. Rather than answer a question, we want you to come up with one. The best one wins the tickets

The Frieze Art Fair opens in London tomorrow and we have two tickets to give away. Rather than answer a question, we want you to come up with one. The best question wins the tickets…

In the current issue of CR, Eliza looks at how the art world has embraced identity design with museums, galleries and even art fairs such as Frieze recognising the importance of having a strong brand, previously seen as a dirty word in art circles.

As the fair opens tomorrow, we thought we would open up Eliza’s piece to non-subscribers (you can read it, here) but also – thanks to Frieze – give away a couple of tickets to the fair itself (normally £27 each).

Simply pose a question suitable to win the prize on offer in the comments below and we’ll choose a winner tomorrow (Thursday 13) at 10am GMT. Most original/thought-provoking question wins.

The pair of tickets will be held at the Frieze Art Fair box office in Regent’s Park and will be valid for a single day’s entry from Thursday until Sunday. More details on the fair at friezeartfair.com.

Above photo by Christa Holka for Frieze.

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