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Past articles by Freire:

13 Photographers Capture Cultural Diversity at the Sony World Photography Awards 2019

Discover the distinctly unique aspects of culture around the world with this year's shortlist of the Sony World Photography Awards Open competition. → Read More

Make Time for Christian Marclay’s ‘The Clock’ at Tate Modern

Make time to watch Christian Marclay’s ‘The Clock’ at Tate Modern – it’s worth every second, minute or hour you can spare. → Read More

Own a Magnum Photo for Just $100 in This 5-Day Print Sale

Magnum Photos and Aperture explore the definition of ‘crossings’ in a five-day only photographic print sale by international photographers and artists including Eve Arnold, Martin Parr, Alec Soth and Harry Gruyaert. → Read More

‘The Fairy Feller’s Master-Stroke’ at Tate Britain Hides a Dark Secret

Culture Trip takes a closer look at Richard Dadd’s magical painting, which helped inspire the Surrealist movement and was apparently Freddie Mercury's favourite artwork. → Read More

The Must-See Art at Frieze London and Masters 2018

Artworks might sell for $8 million USD, but that doesn't mean that Frieze London and Frieze Masters is just about the big bucks. As over 100,000 visitors descend onto Regent's Park for their art fix, Culture Trip bring you the highlights of this year's editions. → Read More

The Artists To See at 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair

Culture trip reveals the highlights of this year's 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair in London. → Read More

This Is the One Artwork You Need To See This October

Make time this month to watch Christian Marclay’s ‘The Clock’ at Tate Modern – it’s worth every second, minute or hour you can spare. → Read More

Korean Artist Do Ho Suh Creates Replica of His Childhood Home for London Footbridge

Korean artist Do Ho Suh creates a replica of his childhood home on a footbridge in the City of London to consider the area’s migrant history → Read More

A Guide to the Best London Art Exhibitions During Frieze Week

Here are the best pop-up, experiential and free exhibitions not-to-miss during the hectic madness that is Frieze Week. → Read More

This Is the One Artwork You Need To See This September

If you do one thing this month, go immerse yourself in in Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya’s mystical fog installations, 'Fog x FLO'. → Read More

See the Faces That Make Up a Nation in 'Portrait of Britain' 2018

'Portrait of Britain' returns this September with a nationwide free photography exhibition of the many faces that make up Britain. → Read More

Exceptional Archive of Andy Warhol Contact Sheets Unveiled

Thousands of never-before-seen photographs by Andy Warhol will go on view at Stanford University in California this fall. → Read More

The Art to See at This Year's Liverpool Biennial

As the Liverpool Biennial celebrates 20 years of bringing international art to the UK city this year, Culture Trip takes a look at the standout artworks on display. → Read More

Don't Miss the Art Car Boot Fair in King's Cross

If you've ever wanted to own a work of art by Sir Peter Blake or Pure Evil, now you can as the annual Art Car Boot fair returns this September with hoards of art at reduced prices. → Read More

Meet Liu Bolin, China's Invisible Artist

Meet Chinese artist Liu Bolin, who ingeniously camouflages himself in various cityscapes around the world. → Read More

Frida Kahlo's Belongings Paint a Powerful Portrait

Discover an intimate side to Frida Kahlo at the V&A’s summer blockbuster exhibition, 'Making Her Self Up'. → Read More

Windrush Portrait: Celebrating South London’s Caribbean Community

Jim Grover's new photo series reveals and celebrates the customs and traditions of the 'Windrush' generation. → Read More

The Most Colourful Streets in Africa

Take a tour of some of the most vibrant and vivid streets in the world's second largest continent, Africa. → Read More

A Close-up on Photo London 2018

As Photo London returns to Somerset House for its fourth edition, we take a closer look at this intimate and fascinating fair that has turned London into the photography capital. → Read More

What Not to Miss at Block Universe 2018

This performance-art festival is back in London, presenting work by a number of the most innovative international artists. → Read More