Cordelia, Founder and CEO of TheArtGorgeous shares her buzzy schedule for Frieze art fair 

Cordelia Noe, founder of TheArtGorgeous

by Cordelia Noe

This week Frieze Art Fair is about to begin with the 16th instalment of international art in London. The organisers have revealed a fresh line-up of 160 participating galleries and a new theme of ‘Social Work’.

Social Work builds on last year’s rousing topic of Sex Work. Coinciding with the centenary of women’s suffrage in the United Kingdom, it aims to highlight women artists of the 1980s who dared to confront the male-governed creative landscape, and began to imagine and forge a more fruitful future for their work.

We are excited to introduce Cordelia Noe, founder of TheArtGorgeous,a media company and agency focusing on the art world. Their biannual art magazineoffers a glimpse into the creative minds and style of some of the art world’s most inspiring women, ranging from artists, advisors to art patrons, curators and collectors and aims to make the art world accessible – by a humorous yet smart approach.

Cordelia lived and worked many years in Hong Kong and Beijing, where she founded TheArtGorgeous and kicked off “ART x LUX” – a conference focusing on the business of creative collaborations.

Artist KAWS, Cordelia Noe  at Hong-Kong Galerie Perrotin

Glad to catch her before departing for London and getting an idea of her busy schedule as well as of the Must Do’s in London this week:


Martin Eder, Foto©Sascha-Hilgers

Martin Eder will perform as DJ to his solo show party in Damien Hirst’s Newport Gallery.


Sculpture Parc at Regentspark. John Baldessari Penguin at Frieze. Foto: © Stephen White

Morning walk or run in the sunshine through the Frieze Sculpture garden Regent’s Park.

Moniker Art Fair, a fair besides Frieze which devotes to the subject of Urban & Street Art and is located in an old brewery.

A DAY IN STYLE: Visit the PAD art fair, take a break for a Tea Time in der Royal Academy, stop by for some shopping at Alex Eagle’s “The Store” and walk through the London parks to take a little break from art.


The Edition Hotel, love this place for the comfortable beds which make it difficult to get up and not wanting to return to bed after breakfast.
Also love the ACE Hotel for its cool vibe.

PERSONAL HIGHLIGHT: “Cake & Champagne” on Friday afternoon, celebrating the launch of our latest magazine issue together with Solange Azagury-Partridge in her eclectic and stunningly beautiful London showroom.