Is it possible that Frieze happened almost a month ago and I’m only getting round to posting about it now.
I always enjoy my trip to Frieze. It’s great to see so much art from around the world in one place. Though I always need lay down in a darkened room after my trip. It’s always worth it.
Here are some of my favourites from this years visit.
Love this sculpture by Takuro Kuwata at Alison Jacques Gallery it’s so tactile and scrumptious
Torn posters by Raymond Hains at Galerie Max Hetzler
Watching people watchin art
This was very popular, I love the pinkness
This is so gorgeous, there was no name and I can’t find out who it was by, but it was am Limoncello Gallery
I can never get enough of William Kentridge’s cardboard cut outs.
Et Nubes 2016 by Tacita Dean at Frith Street Gallery – this is chalk on blackboard – just magical!
Francis Upritchard at Kate Macgarry
Love these works on paper – didn’t get who they were by though
Claude Cahun by Chantal Joffe – gorgeous painting
Gorgeous flowers by Alex Katz
No Idea who these are by but I love these red sunflowers
This was so mesmerising – Botanic 6 by Jennifer Steinkamp
Bindis on maps by Bharti Kher
More bindis on maps by Bharti Kher
luscious colours by Gary Hume
Fell in love with this gorgeou woman – Blue Butterfly by Kiki Kogelnik
You can’t beat a good collage
Love the intense marks on the painting
I wish this was my mantlepiece works by Lucy McKenzie and Laurent Dupont
An amazing sculpture by Jack Lavender
Redeployment by Peter Davies
Calendar (February – April 2016) Sam Windett
Love this textile piece
Women’s Words by Betty Tompkins