From now on minimal words from me. I am on vacation so I am sharing locations but this year no labeling of images. But if you like anything and want to know more, please go online and check out the links.
|The gallery is a set of windows in Bermondsey Square.|
|Gallery director Alys Williams. She has this space and one in Basle, Switzerland|
|I add to throw in a few food and drink images. This is the first mobile food truck I have ever seen with a wood burning pizza oven right inside.|
|View from the street|
|Down some dodgy stairs|
|into art deco nirvana|
|Senga Nengudi: Using nylon stocking which were never suited for African American ladies becomes a political statement|
|David Hammons: This works was made from greasy bags and left over hair from barber shops. The area that we are staying in right now has a barber shop every third store!|
|Betye Saar - still alive and in her 80;s and showing a whole reproduction of one of her former exhibitions. An exhibition within an exhibition.|
Sex Work: Feminist Art and Radical Politics was a special exhibition at the fair and several galleries were invited to participate in close proximity to a historical documentation of feminist work. But many space through out the space displayed openly sexual images. I remember at the first Freize works that were obviously sexual were hidden behind walls with warnings....now absolutely anything goes. I made small selection of those that appealed to me.
Now my own personal selection of some of the other art in the tent ending with the large Frieze sculpture display in the grounds of Regents Park.. There are many other fairs going on in London during this time including: Frieze Masters, Sunday Art Fair, The Other Art Fair, Pavilion of Art & Design London (PAD) and Moniker Art Fair.
|Ai Wei Wei|
|Looks like a painting but this is a large tapestry|
|detail of above,,,all chalk|
|These two blokes look the least likely to be selling the work in back of the desk, detail below.|
|3-d embellished photograph of a public sculpture|
|detail from above...work from Korea|
|detail of above|
|here and below....neo plexiglas wall sculptures|
|detail from above|
|Are they dishes or are they dishes? Clever recycling|
|detail of above|
|This image and the one below are the same from two views...the same techniques used by the de la Torre brothers, but these are just cheap souvenir linticulated panels. The difference if that they have added paint on the surface.|
|John Chamberlain (who knew!)|
|Rachel Whitbread Light (Stay tuned for Rachel Whitbread REAL ale at Tate Britain in Park 3!|
I was so happy to go to Freize with a good friend Stephen Jones. He has sent his picks of the show and I thought it would be fun for everyone to see a slightly different view of the Frieze event.