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Raphael Gygax

Raphael Gygax at Donna Kukama's commission for Frieze Projects at Frieze London 2017

Frieze Fairs - 10 Oct 2017

Raphael Gygax explores the meaning of Frieze Projects 2017

SPIT! (Sodomites! Perverts! Inverts! Together!), SPIT! Manifesto, performance documentation for Frieze Projects 2017. Courtesy: the artists and Frieze

Frieze Fairs - 09 Oct 2017

Queer manifestos, speech acts and gestures of the past come alive in performances at the fair

Kiluanji Kia Henda commission for Frieze Projects at Frieze London 2017

Frieze Fairs - 09 Oct 2017

An immersive, ever-changing installation exploring Angolan history by the winner of the 2017 Frieze Artist Award

Mark Bauer installation for Frieze Projects at Frieze London 2017

Frieze Fairs - 07 Oct 2017

South London perspectives on stereotypes, power and ideological systems

Taseung research documentation courtesy Moon Kyungwon & JEON Joonho

Frieze Fairs - 06 Oct 2017

An insight into the so-called Freedom Village in the Korean demilitarized zone

Georgina Starr, Androgynous Egg, Frieze Projects 2017. Performance documentaiton video still. Courtesy: the artist and Frieze

Frieze Fairs - 06 Oct 2017

An immersive, musical performance - the artist’s first in London for 10 years - premieres at Frieze

Curator Raphael Gygax brings together eleven artists from eight countries for this year’s Frieze Projects

By Sean O'Toole

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

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

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

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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’