|Cuándo:||05 oct de 2017 - 08 oct de 2017|
|Inauguración:||05 oct de 2017|
|Dónde:||Regent’s Park / Regent’s Park / London, London, City of, Reino Unido|
|Organizada por:||Frieze Events Ltd|
B. Wurtz , Carlos Bunga, Carlos Motta
Cristina Iglesias, Elena del Rivero, Gonzalo Lebrija, Jaume Plensa, John Isaacs, Jose Dávila, Lucy & Jorge Orta , Maria Loboda, Mateo López, Miquel Barceló, Néstor Sanmiguel Diest, Paulo Nazareth
A Gentil Carioca, Elba Benitez, Fortes D'Aloia & Gabriel (ex-Galería Fortes Vilaça)
Galeria Jaqueline Martins, Galería Luisa Strina, Galería Maisterravalbuena, Galería OMR, Galería Vermelho, Instituto de Visión, kurimanzutto, Mendes Wood DM, Múrias Centeno, Proyectos Ultravioleta, Revolver Galería, Travesia Cuatro
The 15th edition of Frieze London takes place from 5–8 October, with a Preview Day on Wednesday, 4 October. More than 160 leading galleries from across the world will showcase ambitious presentations by international emerging and established artists, enhanced by a curated non-profit programme of artist commissions, films and talks. New for 2017, curator Ruba Katrib (SculptureCenter, New York) will co-advise on the Focus section dedicated to emerging galleries; and Ralph Rugoff (Hayward Gallery, London) will curate Frieze Talks for the first time, exploring artists’ response to an age of ‘alternative facts’. The 2017 fair will also feature a new themed gallery section devoted to the legacy of radical feminist artists, curated by Alison Gingeras (independent curator). Frieze London 2017 once more coincides with Frieze Masters and Frieze Sculpture in The Regent’s Park, together forming the heart of Frieze Week, the most significant week in London’s cultural calendar. Frieze London is supported by global lead partner Deutsche Bank for the 14th consecutive year, continuing a shared commitment to discovery and artistic excellence. Continuing Frieze’s enduring relationship with collecting institutions, Frieze London again partners with two acquisition funds for UK public collections, including the Frieze Tate Fund, supported by WME | IMG; and the second edition of the Contemporary Art Society’s Collections Fund at Frieze, this year supporting the Towner Art Gallery (Eastbourne). Allied Editions also returns to the fair, raising vital funds for seven non-profit galleries across London and guest regional partner, Focal Point Gallery (Southend-on-Sea). Victoria Siddall, Director, Frieze Fairs said: ‘The list of exhibitors for Frieze London is stronger than ever - from the emerging to the world’s most established – signifying that Frieze Week in this city continues to be a vital hub for international galleries. Following the fantastic reception received by The Nineties last year, I’m looking forward to another innovative, thoughtprovoking curated section, this time celebrating radical women artists as well as the ground-breaking role of their galleries. And for the first time, Frieze Sculpture will open in July, creating a free public exhibition of extraordinary outdoor works that will take us through to Frieze Week in October.’ World-leading Galleries Frieze London welcomes the return of leading international galleries that will present ambitious solo and group shows across the fair’s main and Focus sections. Highlights in the main section include: Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, Marian Goodman, Hauser & Wirth, Anton Kern, Massimo de Carlo, Gagosian, kurimanzutto, Matthew Marks, kamel mennour, Esther Schipper, Sprüth Magers, Luisa Strina, The Box, David Zwirner, VI, VII, 47 Canal, Antenna Space, Jacquleine Martins, Carlos/Ishikawa, Instituto de Visión and Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler among many others. Building on Frieze’s long-term commitment to supporting galleries throughout their development, this year four returning exhibitors who first exhibited at Frieze London in the Focus section will join the main section for the first time, including Clearing (New York), Fonti (Naples), Simon Preston (New York) and Société (Berlin). Artists Featured in International Exhibitions Frieze London will be an opportunity to encounter work by some of the world’s most significant artists, showing in major biennials and museum shows. Highlights include: • Alicja Kwade’s solo with kamel mennour (Paris) coinciding with the Berlin-based artist’s standout installation in the main exhibition at the Venice Biennale as well as the artist’s inclusion in Frieze Sculpture; • Mary Reid Kelley with Pilar Corrias (London) – just ahead of her first UK museum show at Tate Liverpool in November 2017; • A group show including The Unfinished Installation, a seminal work by Ilya and Emilia Kabakov on the opening of their major exhibition at Tate Modern (October 2017 to January 2018), with Sprovieri (London); • Frank Bowling and Virginia Jaramillo, two major artists also featuring in Tate Modern’s ‘Soul of A Nation’ exhibition; alongside Carolee Schneemann, recipient of the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement at the Venice Biennale in 2017; all with Hales (London); • Thomas Ruff ’s solo presentation with Galerie Rudiger Schöttle (Munich), coinciding with the artist’s exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery (September 2017–January 2018) New section: Sex Work New for 2017, Sex Work: Feminist Art & Radical Politics is curated by independent curator and scholar Alison Gingeras. Featuring women artists working at the extreme edges of feminist practice since the 1960s, and the galleries who supported them, highlights from the section include: • Galerie Andrea Caratsch with Betty Tompkins; • Blum and Poe with Penny Slinger; • Richard Saltoun with Renate Bertlmann; • Salon 94 with Marilyn Minter; • Hubert Winter with Birgit Jürgenssen Alison Gingeras said: ‘This special section of Frieze pays homage to artists who transgressed sexual mores, gender norms and the tyranny of political correctness and were frequently the object of censorship in their day. Sex Work will also highlight the seminal role galleries have played in exhibiting the radical women artists who were not easily assimilated into mainstream narratives of feminist art. These galleries often blazed a trail for museum exhibitions. Many figures in this section such as Renate Bertlmann, Birgit Jürgenssen, Marilyn Minter, Penny Slinger and Betty Tompkins, were too transgressive to be included in anthologizing museum shows which arguably forged a consensual canon for important feminist art. The belated reception of these pioneering women has had a profound impact on many artists working today and resonate more than ever with the new feminisms that are taking shape in response to contemporary political realities.’ Focus section: Emerging Talents Bringing together 34 galleries from Cairo to Berlin, Focus features galleries aged 12 years or younger. Advised for the first time by Ruba Katrib (SculptureCenter, New York) in collaboration with returning curator Fabian Schoeneich (Portikus, Frankfurt), highlights include: • An installation-performance by Lloyd Corporation at Carlos/Ishikawa in which wholesale-style ‘lots’ of material are auctioned off to fair visitors; • A new installation including a video essay by Hannah Black at Arcadia Missa, coinciding with the artist’s solo show at London’s Chisenhale Gallery; • Various Small Fires recreating a site-specific variation of The Harrisons’ ‘Survival’ series, inspired by research into adapting to climate change - in this case, a proposal for the indoor cultivation of fruit trees • Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler (Berlin) with Anna Uddenberg whose uncanny figurative sculptures were a highlight of the Berlin Biennial 9 (2016) Galleries join for the first time from Egypt (Gypsum, Cairo), Peru (Revolver Galería, Lima) and South Africa (blank projects, Cape Town), offering a truly global overview of emerging talents. Other galleries making their Frieze London debut in Focus include, among others, Cooper Cole (Toronto), Emalin (London), Institutio de Visión (Bogotá), Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler (Berlin) and Union Pacific (London).
Nueva York, capital mundial del mercado del arte, es, desde hace algún tiempo, objetivo clave de algunas galerías brasileñas, y Londres, considerada la segunda capital, también estaría en su punto ...
Frieze London una vez más coincide con Frieze Masters y Frieze Sculpture en el Regent's Park, dando lugar a la semana más significativa en el calendario artístico de Londres.