The 15th edition of Frieze London took place from the 5th to the 8th of October in Regents Park.
Hannah Levy – Non-Slip Solutions, 2017
The international art fair played host to leading galleries from around the globe, displaying works by some of the most influential names within the contemporary art scene.
Leonor Antunes – Mary, 2017
New for this years show was the introduction of ‘Sex Work: Feminist Art & Radical Politics’. Curated by Alison M. Gingeras the section featured nine solo artist’s work whose practice explores the edges of feminist politics since the 1960’s and the galleries who supported them.
Andrea Bowers – My/Her Body My/Her Choice, 2016
Advised by Ruba Katrib and Fabian Schöneich, Focus and Live return as key platforms for younger galleries and performance art. A highlight from Focus was the Than Hussein Clark’s collaboration with Couture Dressmakers Studio GAN, transforming his booth into a boutique space, where visitors could book appointments to try on couture garments.
Than Hussein Clark x GAN
Curated by Raphael Gygax, the fairs non-profit programme Projects explored the theme of identity and societies relationship with ‘other’. One of main attractions within the section was Lucy + Jorge Orta’s Antarctica’s World Passport Project. This collaborative project aims to raise awareness and spread a message of urgency with regards to people and communities who are victims of climate change. The passport acts as a pledge of dedication to create a better future for the environment.
Lucy + Jorge Orta Antarctica World Passport
Our team selected their top pieces from this years show, read on to discover more.
Alexandre Da Cunha
Kentucky (Screen), 2017
Bajo La Superficie (Under the Surface), 2011
Paula and Diana, 2017
Sugar in the veins (Sugar Blues), 2017
Do Ho Suh
Main Entrance, 388 Benefit Street, Providence, RI 02093, 2016
Three Stripes, 2017
Fleurs Fantômes 115, 2015