The solo exhibition of Thomas Langley titled Big Windows situated on the 1st floor of Whiteleys Shopping Centre at the Arcade Project
As part of its Viewing Room programme, Simon Lee Gallery is pleased to present Family Guy. Art dealer and collector Kenny Schachter’s latest foray into the murky waters of curatorial practice positions his own work and that of his wife, Ilona Rich, and children, Adrian, Kai, Gabriel and Sage Schachter, alongside the artists his family grew up with, including Vito Acconci, Sarah Lucas, Rachel Harrison, Rudolf Stingel, Paul Thek, Franz West and Christopher Wool.
This is the first major presentation of work in the UK from radical New York artist Rammellzee, featuring over 25 distinctive pieces from the early 1980s to the end of the artist’s career. The show followsRAMMELLZEE: Racing for Thunder at Red Bull Arts, New York earlier this summer.
These are some of the most interesting openings during Frieze Week some need invites but lots are free to everyone some great visual art, talks, performances theatre, installations a great complement to visits to all the fairs on during the week.
This weeks top 7 art exhibitions to see includes: Oil, time, a swimming pool, a penguin, refugees, Kazakhstan and sneezing out noodle dishes.
Acclaimed video artist and director Saam Farahmand is to debut his three-minute film Drama, during this year’s Frieze London.
Stand is a site-specific work by Jodie Carey reconfigured for a four-day exhibition over the course of Frieze London at St Cyprian’s Church
This Frieze week see’s the uk release of Kusama – Infinity and a major exhibition of new work by Yayoi Kusama.
VERSION HISTORY is the first solo exhibition in a major UK institution by artists, filmmakers and designers Metahaven opening during Frieze Week
An exhibition of newly commissioned works by the renowned Hong Kong artist Michael Lau will go on show to coincide with Frieze Week 2018
Cultural Traffic Arts Fair: The roving, global, anti-elitist arts and publishing fair arrives in London
Cultural Traffic the roving, global, anti-elitist arts and publishing fair is coming to East London’s Old Spitalfields Market in October for one day only
The Store X The Vinyl Factory and New York’s New Museum are collaborating to present the immersive exhibition, Strange Days: Memories of the Future.