Frieze London

Regent’s Park

3–6 October 2019

Programme

Programme

The annual curated programme includes Frieze Artist Award, presenting new, site-specific works by contemporary artists; Frieze Music, the fair’s off-site music programme; and Frieze Talks, a dynamic series of panel discussions, conversations and keynote lectures. In the curated gallery sections, Focus features presentations by galleries aged 16 years or younger and Live is a space for performance and participation works

Talks

A discussion moderated by William Skeaping (Extinction Rebellion / Culture Declares Emergency), with Lucia Pietroiusti, Mileece L'Anson and Benoit Loiseau.

6 Oct 2019 | 12:00pm | The Standard London Library & Auditorium (Frieze London)

Live

Featuring performances and time-based works by Cecilia Bengolea, Shezad Dawood and William Forsythe among many others

Live

Presented by Gagosian

Talks
HfG Ulm students and teachers protesting the school’s closure, May 4, 1968. Photo: Herbert Kapitzki. Courtesy: HfG-Archiv Ulm

2pm, Friday 5 October

Frieze London: The Standard, London Library & Auditorium

Talks
Farshid Moussavi. Photo: Armin Linke

2pm, Saturday 5 October

Frieze London: The Standard, London Library & Auditorium

Talks
Diedrick Brackens, the cup is a cloud, 2018, Woven acrylic and cotton yarn, 187.5 ×  × 198 cm, Courtesy of Diedrick Brackens

4pm, Saturday 5 October

Frieze London: The Standard, London Library & Auditorium

Talks
Rugile Barzdziukaite, Vaiva Grainyte, Lina Lapelyte, Sun & Sea (Marina) at Biennale Arte 2019, Venice. Photo: © Andrej Vasilenko

2pm, Sunday 6 October

Frieze London: The Standard, London Library & Auditorium

Live

Presented by Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac

Woven
Joël Andrianomearisoa, Labyrinth of Passions, 2018, Textiles, 130 x 92 cm. Courtesy of the artist and Primae Noctis, Lugano

Cosmin Costinas curates a new themed section exploring textiles, weaving and legacies of colonialsim

Focus
Karon Davis, James and Baby Girl Star (detail)  REP, 2018, Plaster strips, chicken wire, steel armature, glass eyes, 140 ×  × 71 × 86 cm, Courtesy of Wilding Cran Gallery

Ambitious new projects by emerging artists from around the world including Karon Davis, Joy Labinjo and Kembra Pfahler

Focus
Jorunn Hancke Øgstad, Untitled, 2018, Fabric dye and acrylic on canvas, 150 × 120 × 2 cm. Courtesy of VI, VII, Oslo

VI, VII, Oslo (H19)

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04 Oct 2019

Russell Tovey, Martin Clark and Francesca Bertolotti-Bailey talk about why they chose Julien Creuzet as winner of the 2019 Camden Arts Centre Emerging Artist Prize at Frieze

04 Oct 2019

The artist talks about Ghost Demonstration, his LIVE installation at Frieze London 2019

Unmissable talks, performances and other highlights at Frieze London and Frieze Masters on Saturday 5 October

Carlos Amorales, Ghost Demonstration, 2019. Acrylic on wood panel. 25 x 60 ft (7.62 x 18.29 m) [or, 300 x 720 in. (762 x 1829 cm)]. Installation view at the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA). Photo: JKA Photography.
 

Featuring Cecilia Bengolea, Shezad Dawood, William Forsythe, Yasmin Jahan Nupur, Khvay Samnang, Oskar Schlemmer and Sophie Jung