Pioneering Women Artists at Frieze Masters

Galleries across the fair will showcase women artists who have changed the course of art history

Frieze Masters 2019 will be an exceptional opportunity to view and acquire works by ground-breaking women artists of the 20th century. Highlights include:

Susan Hiller

Susan Hiller , Small painting with long title, 1969, Acrylic on canvas, 30 x 35 x 4.5 cm (framed) 11 3/4 x 13 3/4 x 1 3/4 in . © Susan Hiller . Courtesy Lisson Gallery  

Susan Hiller, Small painting with long title, 1969. Acrylic on canvas, 30 x 35 x 4.5 cm (framed), 11 3/4 x 13 3/4 x 1 3/4 in. © Susan Hiller . Courtesy Lisson Gallery  

Lisson Gallery (London) will celebrate the Susan Hiller’s innovative, multi-faceted career of almost half a century, with a solo booth exploring themes of domesticity, family and gender roles, and featuring some of the artist’s earliest known works, many on show for the first time.

Rachel Whiteread

Rachel Whiteread, Untitled (Orange Bath), 1996, Rubber and polystyrene, 80 × × 207 × 110 cm, Courtesy of © Rachel Whiteread; Courtesy of the artist, Luhring Augustine, New York, Lorcan O’Neill, Rome, and Gagosian Gallery

Rachel Whiteread, Untitled (Orange Bath), 1996, Rubber and polystyrene, 80 × × 207 × 110 cm, Courtesy of © Rachel Whiteread; Courtesy of the artist, Luhring Augustine, New York, Lorcan O’Neill, Rome, and Gagosian Gallery

Turner Prize-winning artist Rachel Whiteread’s solo presentation with Luhring Augustine (New York) will be focused on important early works, both drawings and sculptures.

Louise Nevelson

Louise Nevelson, Untitled, 1964, Wood painted black, 216 × × 241 × 49.5 cm, Courtesy of Gió Marconi

Louise Nevelson, Untitled, 1964, Wood painted black, 216 × × 241 × 49.5 cm, Courtesy of Gió Marconi 

A solo exhibition of Louise Nevelson (Gio Marconi) with a selection of sculptures and collages, dating from 1955 until the late eighties. Louise Nevelson was an emblematic figure of twentieth-century art and distinguished herself in the international art scene through her search for a universal language.

Gina Pane

Portrait of Gina Pane, © Photo. Anne Marchand.

Portrait of Gina Pane, © Photo. Anne Marchand. 

kamel mennour (Paris) will present a solo retrospective of Gina Pane (1939-1990) –  a member of the 1970s Body Art movement in France, called "Art corporel" – with three large-scale installations: Aqua Alta Pali Venezia (1968-1970), Stripe Rake (1969), and Voyage sentimental - Partition pour une tablette de chocolat (1983-1984).

Verena Loewensberg

Verena Loewensberg, Untitled, 1975, Oil on canvas, 100 x 100 cm and was exhibited at Kunsthaus Zurich 1981, nr. 117 and Haus Konstruktiv Zurich 2006/7. Courtesy of The Mayor Gallery  

Verena Loewensberg, Untitled, 1975, Oil on canvas, 100 x 100 cm and was exhibited at Kunsthaus Zurich 1981, nr. 117 and Haus Konstruktiv Zurich 2006/7. Courtesy of The Mayor Gallery  

A solo exhibition of oils on canvas by the Swiss artist Verena Loewensberg (1912-1986), co-founder of the Concrete Art Movement in Zurich (The Mayor Gallery, London).

 

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