Frieze London
Regent’s Park, London
October 6-9, 2016

Frieze London opens this Thursday at London’s Regent’s Park. The fair houses presentations from more than 160 exhibitors as well as a program of artist projects, talks and conversations, performances, and more. This year, Frieze presents The Nineties, a new section to the fair for which exhibitions from the decade will be recreated, including Wolfgang Tillmans’s first exhibition at Daniel Buchholz’s gallery in 1993, and Characters to be reactivated (1991-1995), a series of performances by Pierre Joseph. The Frieze Sculpture Park returns to the English Gardens in Regent’s Park, curated by Clare Lilley and featuring large-scale artworks presented by galleries from both Frieze London and Frieze Masters. A full list of exhibitors and schedule of events is available on the Frieze website.

see you at Frieze! With Liz Magic Laser in Booth G15 from October 5-9. Preview October 4

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Gagosian is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new work by Edmund de Waal at Frieze London 2016, Stand E3. For these elegies, de Waal has introduced alongside his porcelain vessels new materials like graphite, silver and alabaster. At Frieze Masters 2016 Gagosian will exhibit works spanning the prolific career of Ed Ruscha, including paintings, prints, photographs, and unique books, at Stand C2. Both Frieze art fairs run October 6th through 9th. #EdmunddeWaal #EdRuscha #FriezeLondon #FriezeMasters #Frieze2016 #GagosianatFrieze @FriezeArtFair __________ Image: Edmund de Waal, detail of "white sail," 2016, 27 porcelain vessels with gilding, porcelain shards, 3 silver pieces, 7 tin boxes and 13 alabaster marble blocks in an aluminium, wood and plexiglass vitrine, 66 15/6 × 43 5/16 × 5 5/16 inches (170 × 110 × 13.5 cm). © Edmund de Waal. Photo by Mike Bruce. Courtesy the artist.

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Frieze Week is around the corner! 👀 In addition to our gallery presentation in Booth F4, we will have a solo presentation in Booth N6 based around Karen Kilmnik’s iconic installation, “Fountain of Youth (cleanliness is next to godliness)” for The Nineties, curated by Nicolas Trembley! This special sector is new to the fair and is dedicated to seminal exhibitions of the decade. Lisa Spellman reminisced with Frieze magazine’s Caroline Roux: “…there were people like Karen Kilimnik…who established their practices right out of the gate as challenging all boundaries: between painting and installation, between romantic and popular culture. Their work showed that anything was possible. It gave you permission to do what you want….In 1991 people were astonished by Karen’s work, but now she’s part of the canon.” Read the full interview by picking up copy of Frieze Week and check out our booths at the fair. See you next week London! ✌️✌✌ #KarenKilimnik #TheNineties #FriezeWeek @friezeartfair @frieze_magazine @nicolastrembley #303Gallery #friezelondon #friezeartfair

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