FAD’s Top 8 gallery stands at Frieze London

Frieze is enormous, amazing and sometimes overwhelming. It’s so full of visual treats that sometimes it helps to have a starting point, so we’ve picked a few galleries that caught our eye and listed them in no particular order. Go spend a day (at least) at Frieze London and see all the stands. The great thing about our choices is that they are scattered throughout the fair so as you go from one to the next you can take in lots of the others.

1 C2 Gavin Brown’s Enterprise
New York, Rome
www.gavinbrown.biz
@gavinbrownsenterprise

Gavin Brown at Frieze London 2017 FAD Magazine

2 D12 Buchholz
New York Berlin Cologne
www.galeriebuchholz.de
@galeriebuchholz

3 H13 47 Canal
New York
www.47canal.us




4 H9 Emalin
London
emalin.co.uk
Evgeny Antufiev
@emalinofficial
Emalin, Focus section, Frieze London 2017. Photo by Mark Blower. Courtesy of Mark Blower/Frieze. FAD magazine

5 A5 Stuart Shave ModernArt
London
www.modernart.net
@stuartshavemodernart


6 S7 Richard Saltoun
London
This stand is part of Sex Works Feminist Art & Radical Politics they are showing Renate Bertlmann

Renate BERTLMANN, Verwandlungen (Transformations), 1969/2013 (Detail). 53 black and white photographs reprint on baryt paper. Each: 25 x 17 cm. Edition of 3 + 1 AP. Courtesy: Richard Saltoun, London FAD Magazine

Renate BERTLMANN, Verwandlungen(Transformations), 1969/2013 (Detail). 53 black and white photographs reprint on baryt paper. Each: 25 x 17 cm. Edition of 3 + 1 AP. Courtesy: Richard Saltoun, London 

7 C10 Esther Schipper
Berlin
www.estherschipper.com 

8 A7 Michael Werner
New York London Venice
michaelwerner.com

Frieze London Regent’s Park 5–8 October 2017  frieze.com/fairs/frieze-london

About Mark Westall

Mark Westall is the founder and editor of FAD magazine, a curation of the world’s most interesting culture, and Creative Director of FAD Agency, a digital creative agency: www.fad.agency