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Seven to see at Sunday Art Fair this weekend

Annka Kultys Gallery SUNDAY
Annka Kultys Gallery Installation view Márton Nemes

Annka Kultys Gallery (London). The gallery presents a curated free-standing booth titled “In-Lightment”, with works by Márton Nemes, Stine Deja, Aaron Scheer and Anne Vieux. Specifically, the presentation includes photography, painting and digital painting by emerging artists that elicit oppositional emotions through light, as a means of negotiating the polarities of contemporary urban society in the increasingly digital and tech culture.

Peles Empire, Fossil feelings 2 & 1, 2018, direct print on carpet, 200 x 300cm All images credits: s-e-e-e-n SUPRAINFINIT Installation views Image credit: Damian Griffiths.
Peles Empire, Fossil feelings 2 & 1, 2018, direct print on carpet, 200 x 300cm s-e-e-e-n
SUPRAINFINIT Installation views Photo: Damian Griffiths.

SUPRAINFINIT Gallery (Bucharest). The booth for Sunday highlights a newly commissioned body of works by artist duo Peles Empire. The artists distort images and histories they work with by stimulating a shift in perception, space and materials. The duo will be creating a site-specific wallpaper that will incorporate all works.

Bombon Projects Installation view Anna Dot

Bombon Projects (Barcelona). For Sunday, the gallery presents a project by Anna Dot and Bernat Daviu that focuses on the performative aspect of their practices. The two artists often work with performance, most of the time through other people, aware of it or not. On this occasion, the artists rethink the booth space by modifying common elements usually present in an art fair booth — the walls, the paintings, the sculptures, are slightly modified to make visitors’ bodies react differently when looking at them. One aspect is a curtain by Anna Dot concealing a work by Bernat daviu, prompting viewers to push it to the side.

Roman Road booth 26, Sunday Art Fair, installation view_2
Roman Road booth 26, Sunday Art Fair, installation view

Roman Road (London). Roman Road s featuring a solo presentation of solo works by Berlin-based Dennis Buck. Through a vibrant display of sun-bleached canvases, multilayered plastic paintings and a site-specific textile piece, Buck explores the idea of the emancipation and deromanticisation of the image of the artist, an ongoing investigation in his practice.

ltd los angeles Installation view SUNDAY
ltd los angeles booth 11 Sunday Art Fair Installation view

ltd los angeles (Los Angeles). The gallery presents a duo exhibition of Hannah Lees and Spencer Lewis. Both artists explore the materiality of their mediums — for Lees, through sculpture using traditional processes and found materials, and for Lewis through painting to bring to light the sociopolitical undertones of the canvas, a material perceived to be neutral.

Chiara Fumai Dogaressa Elisabetta Querini, Zalumma Agra, Dope Head, Annie Jones, Harry Houdini and Eusapia Palladino read Valerie Solanas 2013 photography c-type print 6.80 x 120 cm Courtesy: Galería Rosa Santos

Rosa Santos Gallery (Valencia). Rosa Santos will present a solo booth of works by Chiara Fumai, one of the artists presented in the Italian Pavilion of the Venice Biennale this year. Her work deals with culture and society, often drawing inspiration from media misrepresentation — first in the form of lecture-performances, then unfolding other visual forms. Her works are full of irony and cynicism.

Patricia Fleming Sunday Art Fair Installation view

Patricia Fleming (Glasgow). Patricia Fleming presents works by artists Tessa Lynch and Kate V Robertson. Lynch works predominantly with sculpture and performance, developing from the observation of her immediate surroundings and from her quest for the existence of a female flâneur, the woman who wanders aimlessly. For the booth, she proposes a reproduction of an airport conveyor belt, surrounded by a concrete-based and plastic container-shaped paved floor.




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