Image: Eddie Peake “The Forever Loop” Barbican Art Gallery October 9 to January 10, 2016
London’s biggest art fair is fast approaching! But it’s not all about Frieze London art fair. Frieze Week’s events surrounding the fair offer an equally tempting experience. Here are some of the must-see exhibitions we don’t plan on missing next week!
Emily Jacir at the Whitechapel Gallery. Palestinian contemporary artist who won a Golden Lion at the 2007 Venice Art Biennial. Image: Whitechapel Gallery – Emily Jacir, Lydda Airport, 2009 Photo: Jason Mandella, © Emily Jacir, courtesy Alexander and Bonin.
“Cy Twombly” at Gagosian Gallery Mayfair. To celebrate the launch of its new gallery at Grosvenor Hill in Mayfair, the Gagosian Gallery has organised an exciting exhibition of the late American painter and sculptor Cy Twombly
Serpentine Transformation Marathon, through October 21. This year marks the 10th anniversary of The Serpentine’s Marathon series and the theme is “Transformation”. A 12-hour long event where artists and intellectuals show off their ideas and engage with the audience. Image: Serpentine Galleries, The Transformation Marathon – Gabriel Ann Maher, Transformation Sequence Source: Gabriel Ann Maher. Image: Somerset House, Marc Quinn: Frozen Waves, Broken Sublimes Photo: Prudence Cuming Associates Ltd, Courtesy of Marc Quinn studio
Ryan Gander “Fieldwork” at Lisson Gallery London, September 31 – October 31, 2015. “Fieldwork” 2015 will be an installation where a conveyer belt will rotate around a room presenting the visitors with a range of disparate objects chosen by the artist. Among other things.
Marc Quinn Installation, Somerset House Courtyard. The installation is titled Frozen Waves, Broken Sublimes. Image: Somerset House
ÅYR at Native Informant, through November 7. Image: ÅYR, Interior Illusions Lounge 007, 2015 Courtesy of the artist and Project Native Informant London.
Robert Indiana “Don’t Lose HOPE” at ContiniArtUK, October 13 – January 31, 2016. “Don’t Lose HOPE” is an exhibition that brings together a fine selection of the American artist’s prints and sculptures, including unseen works.
Gerhard Richter at Dominique Levy, October 13–January 16, 2016. Image: Gerhard Richter, 180 Farben (180 Colours), 1971 Photographer: David Brandt
Ugo Rondinone at Sadie Coles, through October 24. Ugo Rondinone’s colourful installation titled Clouds + Mountains + Waterfalls, is filled with neon sculptures and paintings.
Frieze week takes place from the 14-18 October 2015 all across London. Frieze London and Frieze Masters take place on the same dates at Regent’s Park, London, UK