Saturday, 17 October 2015

Frieze Week 2015

If you're in need of something to do in London this weekend make sure you don't miss Frieze & Frieze Masters both taking place in Regents Park. 

Undoubtedly one of the highlights of the international art calendar both shows provide the opportunity to see breath taking art in a beautiful setting. 

Highlights at Frieze Masters include:

Picasso's 'Guitare, Verre, Bouteille de Vieux Marc' 1912, at Dickinson Gallery £4,250,099

This beautiful and clever exhibit at Robilant and Voena Galleries stand D2

Tang Dynasty figures at Berwald Oriental Art stand G19

Old and new juxtaposed at Hauser & Wirth and Moretti Fine Arts stand D1. This is a fine example of Alexander Calder's work. 

Visit Daniel Crouch Rare Books to see a huge, impressive map of London! I managed to find the street my office is on - this is just a tiny snap shot of the actual map! 


If you are more of a Contemporary Art fan then Frieze may be the best fair for you. Hop on a shuttle bus outside Frieze Masters and you will be delivered outside Frieze in next to no time! 

Frieze is more than a little manic, you enter the fair down a dark corridor with chalk boards on the walls and slogans such as "welcome to purgatory" scribbled along the way. This is just a taster of what awaits inside the fair....

Highlights include: 


Jenny Holzer at Spruth Magers Gallery


Tracey Emin 'My Favourite Little Bird' at Kim Kukje Gallery 

Another fantastic Tracey Emin on White Cube Gallery's stand 
Daren Bader at Sadie Coles HQ

There is plenty more to see and this is only a tiny selection! The fair ends tomorrow so don't miss out! 

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