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It’s the time of the year in London when everybody suddenly talks about art. Yes, it’s Frieze week (or weeks) coming up. Following our tradition, we have handpicked our favourites from the endless offers in town so you don’t have to be frustrated scanning through the listings.
Our top 10 of the week are as follows (in no particular order!) –
1. Catch L’Expédition Scintillante, Act 2 (light show) by Pierre Huyghe in Raven Row’s current show “Reflections from Damaged Life” – A great retrospective show spanning decades of works, make sure you stay in the gallery until you see this performance, it runs every half hour.
2. “Tomorrow” by Elmgreen & Dragset in V&A – The Norwegian duo’s greatest site specific commission yet in Britain inside the V&A museum’s former Textile Galleries.
3. “Beyond the Black” by Idris Khan int Victoria Miro – an important departure from Khan’s photographic based works, this show comprises a suite of large black paintings, a monumental site specific wall drawing and a series of works on paper.
4. Tatsuo Miyajima’s “I-Model” in Lisson Gallery – the Japanese artist is famous for his zen minimal pieces incoporating LED digit displays. There is a clay chamber room for meditation in the show, only one person to enter at time.
5. Wolfgang Tillmans’ solo show Central Nervous System in Maureen Paley – once again Tillmans returns to Frieze week and we couldn’t wait to see his latest creations.
6. “A series from Within” by Larissa Nowicki in Man & Eve – intriguing pieces formed from the printed pages of books, sliced and intricately woven to form new works that cannot be read in the traditional sense
7. “Sandra Blow Paintings & Prints” in Kings Place – Sandra Blow is a pioneer of the British post-war abstract movement. Seeing her works in the multi-storey atrium in Kings Place is a joyful experience
8. “Erebus” (film) by Du Preez & Thornton Jones in Londonewcastle Project Space – Du Preez & Thornton Jones have created a new body of work in collaboration with choreographer Russell Maliphant, inspired in part by the work of Auguste Rodin
9. “The Seymour & Milton Posters Show” in Kemistry Gallery – a great retrospective show about one of the most influential designer duos in the 20th century who signature push-pin style has become iconic.
10. Frieze Sculpture Park in Regent’s Park – this year’s sculpture park is the largest in the history of Frieze, and it’s free so how can you miss it?
And apart from the Original Frieze and Frieze Masters, you have the choice of numerous satellite fairs around town. Here are a few we believe most of our followers could find something they like and go have a look –
Sunday & Touch Art Fair in Marylebone
Sluice in Bermondsey
The Other Art Fair in Brick Lane
1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair in Somerset House
Multiplied at Christie’s
Moniker in Brick Lane
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