Frieze London

Regent’s Park

5–8 October 2017

Programme

Programme

The annual non-profit programme includes Frieze Projects and the Frieze Artist Award, presenting new, site-specific works by contemporary artists; Frieze Film, new film commissions premiered at the fair; Frieze Music, the fair's off-site music programme; and Frieze Talks, a dynamic series of panel discussions, conversations and keynote lectures.

Film

Highly influential American artist Alex Bag subverts the vocabularies of advertising, music videos and reality TV to critique today’s neo-liberal structures

Film

Peopled with hybrid and sexually charged beings, the meditative video works of the Icelandic artist are fed by Nordic sagas and irrational drives

Film
Photo credit: Andrea Avezzu

Mixing pop culture with elements of Surrealism, the French artist's theatrical films take history or myth as their points of departure to create a ‘patchwork narration’

Film

Using a drone to film her own body from a ‘hornet perspective’, the German artist questions the fe/male gaze, and how technology interferes with the physical self.

Projects
Marc Bauer, Morgengrauen, 2015. Charcoal on wall. Variable dimensions (this version 210 cm x 380 cm). Courtesy the artist and Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zurich. Photo credit: Studio Marc Bauer

The Swiss artist's drawing installation will result from a series of youth workshops with Peckham Platform

Projects
Donna Kukama, Mass Action Strike! (2009). Performance at Johannesburg Art Gallery. Photo credit: Ivan Eftimovsk

The South African artist will host a botanical display of medicinal plants outside the entrance to the fair

Projects
Freedom Village_Under construction. 2017. Digital print.  Variable dimension. MOON Kyungwon and JEON joonho

A research project exploring Taesung, the so-called Freedom Village in the Korean demilitarized zone

Projects

The artist duo will envisage new possibilities for community and environment with their passport project Antarctica

Projects
Carlos Maria Romero performing in The Movers by Carlos Motta and Matthias Sperling at Tate Modern's The Tanks, 2013. Photo: Christa Holka

A crossover of queer activism, art and choreographic movement

Projects
Georgina Starr, Before Le Cerveau Affamé. 2013. Performance/Installation. Courtesy the artist

The British artist will debut her first novel Empress 66 99, with performative readings inside a sculptural installation

Frieze Artist Award
Kiluanji Kia Henda, Under the Silent Eye of Lenin, installation and performance, 2017. Courtesy of the artist.

The Luanda-based artist will create a new performative installation at Frieze London 2017

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Olivia Erlanger to create a new multimedia artwork, for the inaugural BMW Open Work curated by Attilia Fattori Franchini

David Shrigley, Summer Art Map. Photo: Benedict Johnson.

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Alex Bag, Pauline Curnier Jardin, Gabríela Friðriksdóttir and Raphaela Vogel will premiere new works at Frieze London 2017

A free outdoor display in London's Regent's Park, 5 July to 8 October

Thomas J Price, Numen (Shifting Votive One, Two and Three) (2016), presented by Hales, London & New York at Frieze Sculpture 2017. Photograph: Stephen White, courtesy of Stephen White/Frieze.

Highlights from the free outdoor display, on view in London's Regent's Park until 8 October 2017

Marc Bauer, Donna Kukama, MOON & JEON, Lucy + Jorge Orta, SPIT!, Georgina Starr and Kiluanji Kia Henda

Renate Bertlmann, Eva im sack (‘Evan in bag’, 2010). Digital print, 80 x 80 cm (detail). Courtesy: the artist and Richard Saltoun, London

A new section for 2017, curated by Alison Gingeras, exploring feminist art and radical politics

Floor at Sketch Gallery by Martin Creed, Work No. 1347. Frieze London 2017 campaign. Photography: Luke Hayes.

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