Post-War and Contemporary Art - Frieze Week, London

Frieze Week Exhibitions & Events

Key
  • 1Christie's King Street
  • 2Christie's Mayfair
  • 3The Sorting Office
  • 4Frieze Art Fair
Christie's King Street

Christie’s London
8 King Street
St. James's, London

THINKING BIG: MAJOR CONTEMPORARY, SCULPTURE AND INSTALLATION SOLD TO BENEFIT THE SAATCHI GALLERY’S FOUNDATION
  • AUCTION TIME
  • Oct 17, 5pm
POST-WAR AND CONTEMPORARY ART EVENING AUCTION
  • AUCTION TIME
  • Oct 18, 7pm
  • VIEWING TIMES
  • Oct 12, by appointment only
  • Oct 13, 12pm - 5pm
  • Oct 14, 9am - 5pm
  • Oct 15, 9am - 8pm
  • Oct 16, 9am - 9pm
  • Oct 17, 9am - 3pm
  • Oct 18, 9am - 4pm
THE ITALIAN SALE
  • AUCTION TIME
  • Oct 18, 7pm (immediately after the Evening Auction)
  • VIEWING TIMES
  • Oct 12, by appointment only
  • Oct 13, 12pm - 5pm
  • Oct 14, 9am - 5pm
  • Oct 15, 9am - 8pm
  • Oct 16, 9am - 9pm
  • Oct 17, 9am - 3pm
  • Oct 18, 9am - 4pm
DAY AUCTION & GASWORKS CHARITY AUCTION
  • AUCTION TIME
  • Oct 19, 1pm
  • VIEWING TIMES
  • Oct 12, by appointment only
  • Oct 13, 12pm - 5pm
  • Oct 14, 9am - 5pm
  • Oct 15, 9am - 8pm
  • Oct 16, 9am - 9pm
  • Oct 17, 9am - 3pm
  • Oct 18, 9am - 4pm
Christie's Mayfair

Christie's Mayfair
103 New Bond Street
W1S 1ST

WHEN BRITAIN WENT POP
  • VIEWING TIMES
  • Oct 19 – Nov 23
  • 10am – 6pm
The Sorting Office

The Sorting Office
21-31 New Oxford Street
London WC1A 1AP

THINKING BIG
  • VIEWING TIMES
  • Oct 12, 10am - 6pm
  • Oct 13, 10am - 6pm
  • Oct 14, 10am - 6pm
  • Oct 15, 10am - 6pm
  • Oct 16, 10am - 6pm
  • Oct 17, 10am - 6pm
  • Oct 18, 10am - 6pm
  • Oct 19, 10am - 6pm
  • Oct 20, 10am - 6pm
Frieze Art Fair

Regents Park
London, NW1
www.friezelondon.com

North

ART ANGEL
  • Daniel Silver: Dig
  • Sept 12 –Nov 3
  • (Tuesday to Sunday: 11am – 6pm)
  • The Odeon Site
  • 24 Grafton Way
  • London, WC1E 6DB
  • www.artangel.org.uk

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An abandoned, overgrown landscape in central London is the setting for sculptor Daniel Silver’s site-specific work inspired by archaeology.

ART SUNDAY

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Now in its fourth year, this fair is becoming recognised for its curation of cutting edge of contemporary art.

DANIEL BLAU
  • Neal Fox – Saturnalia
  • Oct 11 – Nov 2
  • (Tuesday to Saturday: 11am – 6pm)
  • 51 Hoxton Square
  • London, N1 6PB
  • www.danielblau.com

FRIEZE LONDON AND FRIEZE MASTERS

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London’s biggest contemporary art fair returns to Regents Park with over 170 galleries showcasing the best of the best. Its sister event, Frieze Masters, held its first edition last year, proving a hit for the artful curation of ancient and modern works produced before the year 2000. Both events have a series of talks and satellite events, where many of the highlights of the fair are to be found.

LISSON
  • Liu Xiadong
  • Sept 27 – Nov 2
  • (Monday to Friday: 10am –6pm; Saturday: 11am –5pm)
  • 52–54 Bell Street
  • London, NW1 5DA
  • www.lissongallery.com

VICTORIA MIRO I
  • Idris Khan: Beyond the Black
  • Sept 20 - Nov 9
  • Tuesday – Saturday: 10am - 6pm
  • 16 Wharf Road,
  • London N1 7RW
  • www.victoria-miro.com

VICTORIA MIRO II
  • Adriana Varejão | Polvo
  • Oct 16 - Nov 9
  • Tuesday – Saturday: 10am - 6pm
  • 16 Wharf Road,
  • London N1 7RW
  • www.victoria-miro.com

PANGOLIN
  • Geoffrey Clarke: A Decade of Change
  • Sept 13 – Oct 26
  • (Monday to Saturday: 10am – 6pm)
  • Kings Place
  • 90 York Way
  • London, N1 9AG
  • www.pangolinlondon.com

East

CHISENHALE
  • Nick Relph: Tomorrow There Is No Recording
  • Sept 20 – Nov 10
  • (Wednesday to Sunday: 1pm – 6pm)
  • 64 Chisenhale Road
  • London, E3 5QZ
  • www.chisenhale.org.uk

RAVEN ROW
  • Reflections from Damaged Life. An Exhibition on Psychedelia
  • Sept 26 – Dec 15
  • (Wednesday to Sunday: 11am – 6pm)
  • 56 Artillery Passage
  • London, E1 7LS
  • www.ravenrow.org

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‘Psychedelic art’ cannot be easily categorised as a genre; neither can it be understood as an entirely overlooked art form. This exhibition questions about what ‘psychedelic art’ might be, and the artistic problems it poses.

RIVINGTON PLACE
  • Tagore’s Universal Allegories
  • Sept 19 – Nov 23
  • (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 11am – 6pm; Thursday: 11am – 9 pm; Sunday: 12pm – 6pm)
  • 1 Rivington Place
  • London, EC2A 3BA
  • www.rivingtonplace.org

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A collaboration between artists Anna Boghiguian and Goshka Macuga centred on the poet and polymath Rabindranath Tagore, one of India’s most important figures in the early part of the 20th century.


South

SOUTH LONDON GALLERY
  • Oscar Murillo
  • Sept 20 - Dec 1
  • (Tuesday to Sunday: 11am – 6pm ; Wednesday: 11am – 9pm)
  • 67 Peckham Road
  • London, SE5 UH
  • www.southlondongallery.org

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This is London-based artist Oscar Murillo’s first major solo exhibition in the UK, for which he is emptying the contents of his studio into the main gallery space. Murillo has also devised a lottery, including individually painted screen-printed, artist-signed tickets, which went on sale in September. The prizes, revealed at a draw on 18 October, are each devised by the artist.

STUDIO VOLTAIRE
  • Judith Hopf
  • Oct 4 – Dec 14
  • (Wednesday to Saturday: 12pm – 6pm )
  • 1A Nelsons Row
  • London, SW4 7JR
  • www.studiovoltaire.org

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Film and sculpture by the artist explore the ways in which social environments play a part in shaping the individual.

WHITE CUBE BERMONDSEY
  • Mark Bradford: Through Darkest America by Truck and Tank
  • Oct 16 – Dec 22
  • (Tuesday to Saturday: 10am – 6pm; Sunday: 12pm –6pm )
  • 144–152 Bermondsey Street
  • London, SE1 3TQ
  • www.whitecube.com

West

BLAIN SOUTHERN
  • Damien Hirst & Felix Gonzalez-Torres – Candy
  • Oct 16–30 November
  • (Monday to Friday: 10.00–18.00; Saturday: 10.00–17.00)
  • 4 Hanover Square
  • London, W1S 1BP
  • www.blainsouthern.com

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Hirst’s Visual Candy paintings, created between 1993 and 1995, sit in dialogue with work by the late Gonzales-Torres.

DAVID ZWIRNER
  • Philip-Lorca diCorcia – East of Eden
  • Sept 25 – Nov 16
  • (Tuesday to Saturday: 10am – 6pm, Monday by appointment)
  • 24 Grafton Street
  • London, W15 4EZ
  • www.davidzwirner.com

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Innovative photography that is precariously balanced between documentary and theatrically staged images. This series of large-scale photographs was begun by the artist in 2008.

GAGOSIAN – DAVIES STREET
  • Avedon – Women
  • Sept 6 – Oct 26
  • (Monday to Saturday: 10am – 6pm)
  • 17–19 Davies Street
  • London, W1K 3DE
  • www.gagosian.com

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A selection of the fashion photographer’s images.

HAUSER & WIRTH
  • Re-View: Onnasch Collection
  • Sept 20 – Dec 14
  • (Tuesday to Saturday: 10am – 6pm)
  • 196A Piccadilly
  • London, W1J 9DY
  • www.hauserwirth.com

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All of three gallery sites of Hauser & Wirth are given over to showing works from the collection of Reinhard Onnasch. The focus here is on works produced between 1950 and 1970, and includes superb examples of Pop Art, Fluxus, Minimalism and Abstract Expressionism, many of which have never been shown before in London.

KARSTEN SCHUBERT
  • Here We Go
  • Sept 9 – Nov 29
  • (Monday to Friday: 10am – 6pm)
  • 5–8 Lower John Street
  • London, W1F 9DR
  • www.karstenschubert.com

MARLBOROUGH FINE ART
  • Avigdor Arikha: Works from 1966–2010
  • Oct 9 – Nov 2
  • (Monday to Friday: 10am – 5:30pm; Saturday: 10am – 4pm)
  • 6 Albermarle Street
  • London, W1S 4BY
  • www.marlboroughfineart.com

MUMMERY & SCHNELLE
  • Ori Gersht
  • Sept 11 – Oct 11
  • (Wednesday to Saturday: 12pm – 6pm or by appointment)
  • 44a Charlotte Road
  • London, EC2A 3PD
  • www.mummeryschnelle.com

PACE
  • Mingei: Are you here?
  • Oct 15 – Dec 14
  • (Tuesday to Saturday: 10am – 6pm)
  • 6–10 Lexington Street
  • London, W1F 0LB
  • www.pacegallery.com

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Pace London’s first group exhibition exploring the legacy of Mingei, a Japanese folk craft movement led by philosopher and critic Yanagi Setsu. Works by Japanese Mingei artists are juxtaposed with modern and contemporary artists, including Isamu Noguchi and Hiroshi Sugimoto.


PAVILION OF ART AND DESIGN

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This sleek fair mixes modern art, design, decorative arts and photography from the past 150 years. It’s not to be missed.

PILAR CORRIAS
  • Keren Cytter: Mop Vengeance
  • Oct 16 – Nov 15
  • (Monday to Friday: 10am – 6pm
  • Saturday: 11am – 6pm or by appointment)
  • 54 Eastcastle Street
  • London, W1W 8EF
  • www.pilarcorrias.com

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This sleek fair mixes modern art, design, decorative arts and photography from the past 150 years. It’s not to be missed.

ROBILANT & VOENA
  • Bonalumi: All the Shapes of Space 1958–1976
  • Oct 4 – Nov 15
  • (Monday–Friday: 10am – 6pm)
  • 38 Dover Street
  • London, W1S 4NL
  • www.robilantvoena.com

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This first solo exhibition of work by Agostino Bonalumi in over 50 years.

SADIE COLES HQ
  • The Electric Comma
  • Sept 5 – Nov 2
  • (Tuesday to Saturday: 11am – 6pm)
  • 69 South Audley Street
  • London, W1K 2QZ
  • and
  • 9 Balfour Mews
  • London, W1K 2BG
  • www.sadiecoles.com

SPRÜTH MAGERS
  • From Wings to Fins
  • Oct 15 – Nov 16
  • (Tuesday to Saturday: 10am – 6pm and by appointment)
  • 7A Grafton Street
  • London, W1S 4EJ
  • www.spruethmagers.com

SAATCHI GALLERY
  • Paper
  • June 18 – Nov 3
  • (Every day: 10am – 6pm )
  • Duke of York’s HQ
  • King’s Road
  • London, SW3 4RY
  • www.saatchigallery.com

VICTORIA MIRO
  • Yayoi Kusama – White Infinity Nets
  • Oct 1 – Nov 9
  • (Tuesday to Saturday: 10am – 6pm)
  • 14 George Street
  • London, W1S 1FE
  • www.victoria-miro.com

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The first showing in Europe of Kusama’s delicate Infinity Net paintings heralds the opening of this exciting new space in Mayfair, the third Victoria Miro gallery in London.

WHITE CUBE – MASON’S YARD
  • Haim Steinbach
  • Oct 2 – Nov 16
  • (Tuesday to Saturday: 10am – 6pm)
  • 25–26 Mason’s Yard
  • London, SW1Y 6BU
  • www.whitecube.com