07 October 2019

Last week, the emblematic Frieze Week took place in London. This English event of the international art world gathers two art fairs: contemporary art fair Frieze London, and the more classical art fair Frieze Masters. On this occasion, about 160 art galleries participated to the event in order to present the colorful artworks signed by emerging or renowned artists.

Artistics Team visited Frieze London contemporary art fair. Discover some of the artworks that caught our attention.

 

Antony Gormley, Press, 2018, Thaddaeus Ropac Gallery

 

 

 

Camille Henrot, Second Semester, 2019, Metro Pictures Gallery

 

 

Eric Fischl, Self-Reflection, 2018, Sprüth Magers

 

 

General Idea, Blur (Klein) PlaCebo, 1991-2019, Maureen Paley Gallery

 

 

Hans Op de Beeck, The Conversation, 2019, Krinzinger Vienna Gallery

 

 

Ivan Morley, David Kordansky Gallery

 

 

Jaume Plensa, Laura II, 2013, Lelong & Co. Gallery 

 

 

Jonathan Lasker, For Now or Forever, 2017, Timothy Taylor Gallery

 

 

Kerry James Marshall, Car Girl 2, 2019, David Zwirner Gallery

 

 

Lee Bae, Perrotin Gallery

 

 

Lisson Gallery

 

 

Song Dong, Usefulness of Uselessness, Varied Windows No.12, 2018-2019, PACE Gallery

 

 

 

Sterling Ruby, Helios, Gagosian Gallery

 

 

Tony Cragg, Gate, 2019, Thaddaeus Ropac Gallery

 

 

Toyin Ojih Odutola, Introductions : Early Embodiment, 2019, Jack Shainman Gallery 

 

 

Tracey Emin, I Thought About Fucking The Inside of Your Mind, 2019, Xavier Hufkens Gallery

 

 

Waqas Khan, Untitled, 2019, Krinzinger Vienna Gallery (detail)

 

 

 

 

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