FRIEZE LONDON 2015: DETAILS ANNOUNCED
Frieze London 2015: details announced - Art Collector
|Frieze London 2014|
By Camilla Wagstaff
The 13th edition of Frieze London returns to Regent’s Park this October with over 160 of the world’s leading contemporary galleries from across 30 countries participating.
Main section highlights include presentations from New York’s Cheim & Read, Paris’ Galerie Kamel Mennour and London’s Simon Lee Gallery, as well as several galleries who join the main section having previously exhibited in Focus, including Brussels gallery dépendance and Berlin‘s Supportico Lopez.
Focus, prime art fair real estate for younger galleries, introduces seven new exhibitors including Auckland’s own Hopkinson Mossman. Focus will also include solo presentations by Harold Ancart (C L E A R I N G, New York); Stano Filko (Galerie Emanuel Layr, Vienna); Maria Pininska-Beres (Dawid Radziszewski, Poland); Samara Scott (The Sunday Painter, London) and Amy Siegel (Simon Preston Gallery, New York).
On the back of it’s inaugural staging last year, Live, a platform dedicated to performance and participatory works, returns in 2015 set to bring the fair to life with dispersed moments of immersion and interaction. Highlights include an auditorium-based program by Rancourt/Yatsuk (Kate Werble, New York), a processional piece by Tunga (Galeria Franco Noero, Turin and Luhring Augustine, New York) and an intimate encounter by Amalia Ulman (Arcadia Missa, London).
Sculpture Park will again be staged in the English Gardens in the Regent’s Park, featuring both new and historical works selected by renowned British curator Clare Lilley.
“Once again, both established and young galleries are planning special presentations of mainly new work,” says fair director Victoria Siddall. “So Frieze London will be a place to see art of the highest quality and discover emerging artists from all over the world.”
Frieze London will take place 14–17 October in the Regent’s Park, London. Visit exhibitors.friezelondon.com for a full exhibitor list.