As you maybe will know, this week is almost dedicate for the Frieze Art Fair, open to the public from 15-18 October, and invitation-only preview day hold today.
One of the most recognized fair at and out of UK, which has had for the last four years over 60.000 visitors and where the exhibiting galleries represent contemporary art and living artits (Frieze Projects’ programme).
As many of you, I cannot get Frieze London this year, but we can also still enjoying the taste of art outside of it. From the podcasts of all Frieze Talks, Projects and Film to the guide and catalogue of the fair, available from some bookshops or online at frieze.com. If yoy may also have the possibility of walking at Regents Park, notice that you could find this Frieze Sculpture Park (15-19 October), where you could find the amazing Baby Dinosaur of Matt Johnson, brought by Alison Jacques Gallery.
Baby Dinosaur (Apatosaurus), 2013. Salvaged old growth redwood, and stainless steel. 294.6 x 513.1 x 121.9 cm 116 x 202 x 48 ins
At the same time, we can enjoy some other events in relation or not with Frieze.
- ICA: Frieze Week at ICA
Long programme of FREE events from 14 – 18 October at the The Old Selfridges Hotel and Selfridges Food Hall.
- Hanmi Gallery: Frieze Project at Hanmi
This Friday 17 of October at Fitzrovia, one of the nicest areas of London, from 18.00 – 21.00 you could explore for FREE the postmodernity and questions about globalised World from Korean art via Amsterdam and curated by Antoni Ferrer.
- Saatchi Gallery: Celebrate Pangaea, New Art from Africa and Latin America
Music from Alexis Mercedes and her band, 10 pounds tickets, 17 of October.
- Q PARK Level -3: WE COULD NOT AGREE
A non profit exhibition featuring over 100 artits in Q Park, a unique circular 20.000 Sq. ft from 13/14 to 19 of October.
It seems as we have some plans for this week. I close with some pictures from the preview at WE COULD NOT AGREE