Galleria Fonti of Naples, Italy, will offer Kiluanji Kia Henda’s
The Great Italian Nude, 2010, inkjet print mounted on aluminum.
COURTESY THE ARTIST AND GALLERIA FONTI, NAPLES, ITALY
The 16th edition of Frieze London and the 7th edition of Frieze Masters open to the public in the British capital on Friday, October 5, with preview days on October 3 and October 4. Frieze London, which brings together some 160 galleries from around the world, is broken into different groupings, including the Main section, the Focus section, and the new Social Work section, which will present the work of eight pioneering women artists who were active in the 1980s and ’90s. Frieze Masters will bring together more than 130 international galleries presenting work from throughout six millennia. Among the highlights at Frieze London are Berni Searle at Stevenson, of Cape Town and Johannesburg, Walter Pfeiffer at Paris’s Galerie Sultana, and Elmgreen & Dragset at Victoria Miro, of London and Venice; at Frieze Masters, highlights include Lenore G. Tawney at London’s Alison Jacques Gallery and a Court Nautilus Cup at Kunstkammer Georg Laue, of Munich and London.
Click the photos below to see works on offer at the fair.
ALL IMAGES: COURTESY THE ARTIST AND THEIR GALLERY; ADDITIONAL CREDITS WHERE NOTED
Galleria Fonti, Naples, Italy | Frieze London, Main Kiluanji Kia Henda, The Great Italian Nude, 2010, inkjet print mounted on aluminum.
Stevenson, Cape Town and Johannesburg | Frieze London, Social Work Berni Searle, Still, 2001, digital print mounted on acrylic (to be installed with flour).
Galerie Lelong & Co., New York and Paris Nancy Spero, Aztec Sahagun, 1979, handprinting and printed collage on paper, triptych. ©THE NANCY SPERO AND LEON GOLUB FOUNDATION FOR THE ARTS, LICENSED BY VAGA, NEW YORK, NY
Victoria Miro, London and Venice | Frieze London, Main Elmgreen & Dragset, Anger Management, 2018, punching bag, leather thread, and stainless steel. ©ELMGREEN & DRAGSET
Galerie Sultana, Paris | Frieze London, Focus Walter Pfeiffer, Untitled, 1976, color photograph.
Magician Space, Beijing | Frieze London, Focus Liu Ding, Pine Trees on the Square, 2017, copper, plastic, flowers, plywood, and mirror.
David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles | Frieze London, Main Calvin Marcus, blue devil, 2018, cel-vinyl, ceramic, and Flashe on aluminum panel in artist's frame.
Galeria Jaqueline Martins, São Paulo | Frieze London, Focus Krištof Kintera, Resurrection (Dancing Past), 2011.
Laveronica arte contemporanea, Modica, Sicily | Frieze London, Focus Uriel Orlow, Bounds (#2), 2015, chromogenic photograph mounted on diasec.
The Third Line, Dubai | Frieze London, Main Sahand Hesamiyan, Majaz, 2017, stainless steel.
Galeria Luisa Strina, São Paulo | Frieze London, Main Nicolás Paris, Elementos de un salón de clase para la improvisación, 2018, vegetable sponge and water-based paint, 20 elements.
Edouard Malingue Gallery, Hong Kong and Shanghai | Frieze London, Focus Wong Ping, Wong Ping's Fables 1, 2018, single-channel animation.
Arcadia Missa, London | Frieze London, Focus Penny Goring, Amelia Has No Faith In Poetry, 2017–18, felt tip pen on paper.
Union Pacific, London | Frieze London, Focus Zadie Xa, Bio Enhanced/Hiero Advanced: The Genius of Gene Jupiter, 2018, hand-sewn and machine-stitched assorted fabrics and synthetic hair on bamboo.
Cooper Cole, Toronto | Frieze London, Focus Sara Cwynar, Tracy (Chanel), 2017, dye-sublimation print on aluminum mounted on Dibond.
Instituto de Visión, Bogota | Frieze London, Focus Ana Roldán, Sculpture 1 (Tissue) Pink/Black, 2018, leather.
The Approach, London | Frieze London, Main Magali Reus, Sentinel (Latchtail), 2017, sprayed fiberglass and polyester resin, air brushed aluminum, embroidered custom weave viscose, polyester and cotton, sand, cast iron, laser engraved leather, cotton twine, powder-coated steel and aluminum, leather cord, and magnets.
Kate MacGarry, London | Frieze London, Main Rana Begum, No. 736 M Drawing, 2017, perspex and powder-coated mild steel.
Green Art Gallery, Dubai | Frieze London, Focus Kamrooz Aram, Ornamental Composition with Ancient Blue Ornament, 2017, oil, wax, oil crayon and pencil on canvas, and laminate on MDF.
Marian Goodman Gallery, New York, Paris, and London | Frieze London, Main John Baldessari, Fake Carrot, 2016. ©JOHN BALDESSARI
Johnny Van Haeften, Surrey, England | Frieze Masters, Main Nicolaes Lachtropius, A Still Life of Flowers in an ornate Vase, 1668, oil on canvas.
Kunstkammer Georg Laue, Munich and London | Frieze Masters, Main Court Nautilus Cup, from the Royal-Swedish Collections, engraving in Amsterdam ca, 1650, Swedish silver mount ca. 1670, etched Nautilus shell and fire-gilt silver mount.
Alison Jacques Gallery, London | Frieze Masters, Spotlight Lenore G. Tawney, Easter Breakfast, 1982, mixed media.
Cardi Gallery, Milan and London | Frieze Masters, Main Michelangelo Pistoletto, Scultura di Chamberlain, 1965, painted tissue paper on polished stainless steel.
Richard Saltoun Gallery, London | Frieze Masters, Spotlight Annegret Soltau, Selbst #10 (Self #10), 1975, vintage black-and-white overstitched photograph on Baryte paper.
Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York | Frieze Masters, Main André Kertész, August 13, 1979, cibachrome print.
Alan Cristea Gallery, London | Frieze Masters, Main Howard Hodgkin, Street Palm, 1990-91, hand-colored etching with carborundum from three aluminum plates on Velin Arches paper. ©2018 ESTATE OF HOWARD HODGKIN
Francesca Galloway, London | Frieze Masters, Main ascribed to PemjiOpaque (Sarwar, India), Intoxicated Ascetics, late 18th century, pigments on paper.