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Let’s recap last year’s Frieze Week: It sucked. There was almost no remarkable art at Frieze, leaving NADA as the main fair. NADA was good, but still—one fair worth talking in a field just shy of dozen is nothing to write home about.

This year, we have reason to believe the week will be much better.

Post image for This Week’s Must-see Art Events: Talk Hard, Talk Dirty

There’s a lot to do in the next seven days—from Chelsea openings to the Met’s rooftop and art fairs on opposite ends of Manhattan. When your eyes (and feet) are sore from trying to see it all, sit down and enjoy listening to some stellar presentations from some of the world’s best and brightest curators, artists, and critics. And Jerry Saltz.

Post image for The Anarchist Flâneur: Graham Coreil-Allen’s Critical Urbanism

Graham Coreil-Allen is a multidisciplinary artist, activist, and resolute pedestrian. He’s an anarchist who wears a chipper pastel uniform and knows his way around Adobe CS. His works range in scope from redesigning crosswalks with hopscotch patterns to showing in the US pavilion at the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale. His current project with the Institute of Contemporary Art Baltimore SiteLines features a series of walking tours and an installation that’s transformed Current Gallery into something resembling an alternative tourist information center. We sat down to discuss the perils of cycling, the Situationist International, and the challenges of making work in the wake of Freddie Gray’s death in police custody.

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Be afraid.