15th edition FRIEZE LONDON 2017 - highlights - 160 leading galleries, 31 countries - NAANII GLOBAL Luxury Family Lifestyle MAGAZIN 'en Vogue' - NAANII GLOBAL Luxury Family Lifestyle - MAGAZIN 'en Vogue'-

Go to content

Main menu:

15th edition FRIEZE LONDON 2017 - highlights - 160 leading galleries, 31 countries

Published by Naanii Global Team and Frieze London Team in Art Fairs & Exibitions & Galleries & Artists · 4/10/2017 23:22:07



FRIEZE London, 2017: Solo and Curated Gallery Presentations,  Live Performance, Talks, Projects,  Music and Film


The 15th edition of Frieze London takes place from 5–8 October, with a
Preview Day on Wednesday, 4 October.

More than 160 leading galleries 31 countries will showcase ambitious presentations by international emerging and established artists, enhanced by a curated non-profit programme of artist commissions, films and talks.

New for 2017, Ralph Rugoff (Hayward Gallery, London) will curate Frieze Talks for the first time, exploring artists’ response to an age of ‘alternative facts’, with speakers and performers including Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Nástio Mosquito.

The 2017 fair will also feature a new themed gallery section devoted to the legacy of radical feminist artists, organized by Alison M. Gingeras (independent curator); and
curator Ruba Katrib (SculptureCenter, New York) will co-advise on the Focus section dedicated to emerging galleries.
Frieze London 2017 once more coincides with Frieze Masters and Frieze Sculpture in Regent’s Park, together forming the heart of Frieze Week, the most significant week in London’s cultural calendar.

Frieze London is supported by global lead partner Deutsche Bank for the 14th
consecutive year, continuing a shared commitment to discovery and artistic excellence.
Building on Frieze’s enduring relationship with collecting institutions, Frieze London will again partner with two acquisition funds for UK public collections, including the Frieze Tate Fund, supported by WME | IMG; and the second edition of the Contemporary Art Society’s Collections Fund at Frieze, this year supporting the Towner Art Gallery (Eastbourne). Allied Editions also returns to the fair, raising vital funds for seven non-profit galleries across London and guest regional partner, Focal Point Gallery (Southend-on-Sea).

Victoria Siddall, Director, Frieze Fairs said: ‘This year, Frieze Week follows our first ever summer opening of Frieze Sculpture, a free exhibition of monumental outdoor work in Regent’s Park. This is our strongest ever exhibition of Sculpture and this is mirrored in the exhibitor list for Frieze London which I am extremely proud of - the fair will feature the best galleries from all over the world, from the emerging to the established. Don’t miss Alison M. Gingeras’s new section showcasing radical feminist artists, and the talks programme investigating art in an age of ‘alternative facts’, curated by Ralph Rugoff. All of this makes Frieze a vital destination for the art world and an important hub for international galleries.’


Leading Galleries
Frieze London welcomes the return of leading international galleries that will present ambitious solo and group shows across the fair’s main and curated sections. Highlights include: David Zwirner, Skarstedt Gallery, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, Marian Goodman, Hauser & Wirth, Anton Kern, Massimo de Carlo, Gagosian, Karma International, kurimanzutto, Matthew Marks, kamel mennour, Regen Projects, Esther Schipper, Sprüth Magers, Luisa Strina, The Box, White Cube and David Zwirner; and in Focus: VI, VII, 47 Canal, Antenna Space, Galeria Jacqueline Martins and Carlos/Ishikawa; among many others.

Building on Frieze’s long-term commitment to supporting galleries throughout their development, this year four returning exhibitors who first exhibited at Frieze London in the Focus section will join the main section for the first time, including Clearing (New York), Fonti (Naples), Simon Preston (New York) and Société (Berlin).

Focus welcomes newcomers from Egypt (Gypsum, Cairo), Peru (Revolver Galería, Lima) and South Africa (blank projects, Cape Town), offering a truly global overview of emerging talents. Other galleries making their Frieze London debut in Focus include, among others, Cooper Cole (Toronto), Emalin (London), Institutio de Visión (Bogotá), Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler (Berlin) and Union Pacific (London).


The World’s Most Significant Artists
Frieze London will be an opportunity to encounter some of the world’s most significant artists – from the emerging to the established – showing in Frieze Week exhibitions as well as international institutions.
Highlights include:
*  Yayoy Kusama with Zwirner Gallery, New York / London
•  Alicja Kwade’s new installation with kamel mennour (Paris) coinciding with Berlin-based artist’s standout inclusion in the Venice Biennale main exhibition, as well as her inclusion in Frieze Sculpture;
* Jeff Koons with Zwirner Gallery, New York
* Cindy Sherman with Skarstedt Gallery
•  Nina Canell (Barbara Wein, Berlin) who is showing in the Nordic Pavilion in Venice;
•  Mary Reid Kelley’s presentation with Pilar Corrias (London), just ahead of her first UK museum show at Tate Liverpool in November 2017;
•  A solo exhibition of new work by sculptor Melvin Edwards (with Stephen Friedman Gallery, London), currently featuring in ‘Soul of A Nation’ at Tate Modern (London);
•  A new video installation by Hannah Black at Arcadia Missa (London, Focus section), coinciding with the artist’s solo show at London’s Chisenhale Gallery;
•  Thomas Ruff
•  The Unfinished Installation, a seminal work by Ilya and Emilia Kabakov (at Sprovieri, London) on the opening of their major exhibition at Tate Modern; and
•  Significant works by Rachel Whiteread (with Galleria Lorcan O’Neill, Rome) coinciding with the artist’s retrospective at Tate Britain; Seth Price (Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne) on the opening of his solo show at the ICA; and Jasper Johns (with Matthew Marks Gallery, New York), following the opening of a major exhibition at the Royal Academy, London.

Major galleries will build on the fair’s reputation for ambitious, themed exhibitions, with highlights including:
•  Anton Kern Gallery’s (New York) presentation of works solely by the women artists of the gallery – Ellen Berkenblit, Anne Collier, Nicole Eisenman, Sarah Jones, Shio Kusaka, Lara Schnitger, and Francis Upritchard
Hauser & Wirth (London) with ‘BRONZE AGE c. 3500 BC – AD’ 2017’ organized in collaboration with Mary Beard; a fictional presentation from a forgotten museum, bringing together artefacts on loan from UK museums and collections with bronze sculptures by artists including Louise Bourgeois, Paul McCarthy, Rashid Johnson, Henry Moore and Fausto Melotti, mixed with objects purchased from eBay to highlight the power of display;
•  Victoria Miro’s (London) stand dedicated to nocturnal glamour, intrigue and magic; with works by Doug Aitken, Jules de Balincourt, Hernan Bas, Varda Caivano, Stan Douglas, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Christian Holstad, Isaac Julien, Idris Khan, Tal R, Do Ho Suh and Sarah Sze; and
•  Marian Goodman’s (New York) carefully curated presentation exploring man’s relationship with the environment – including a marble and bronze tree sculpture by Giuseppe Penone, Hiroshi Sugimoto’s ‘Seascape’ photographs and a large-scale water installation Interface Surface by Cristina Iglesias.

New section: Sex Work
New for 2017, Sex Work: Feminist Art & Radical Politics is curated by independent curator and scholar Alison M. Gingeras. The section features nine solo presentations of women artists working at the extreme edges of feminist practice during the 1970s and ‘80s, all sharing a focus on explicit sexual iconography combined with radical political agency.

Presentations include:
•  Galerie Andrea Caratsch (St. Moritz) with Betty Tompkins, presenting Tompkins’ monumental and photo-realistic paintings of sex, rejected at the time not only by conservative institutions and the male-dominated art world, but also by the mainstream feminist movement, which regarded pornography as a vulgar extension of patriarchy;
•  Blum and Poe (Los Angeles) with Penny Slinger: Employing a radical aesthetic inspired by Surrealist collages, Penny Slinger employs photographs and life casts of herself to ‘own’ her sexuality;
•  Richard Saltoun (London) with Renate Bertlmann: Confronting social stereotypes assigned to the ‘masculine’ and ‘feminine’, Bertlmann uses fetishistic objects – dildos, condoms, pacifiers – as her props to subvert expectations;
•  Hubert Winter (Vienna) with Birgit Jürgenssen, a contemporary of Renate Bertlmann, whose work multi-media practice explored the female body, expanding its physical and imaginary potential;
•  Salon 94 (New York), Regen Projects (Los Angeles) and Baldwin Gallery (Aspen) with Marilyn Minter; including the historic and controversial ‘Porn Grid’ photography series and more recent ‘bathers’ paintings, showing women as empowered objects of desire;
•  Karma International (Zurich) and The Box (Los Angeles) with Judith Bernstein; directly confronting gender inequality and social injustice with explicit sexual imagery and astounding graphic impact;
•  David Lewis (New York) showing Mary Beth Edelson; including a suite of photographs from her seminal series ‘Woman Rising’ (1973-74) – handpainted silver gelatin prints that transform the artist into a sacred goddess or monster, creating images of powerful female archetypes to combat patriarchal oppression;
•  Air de Paris (Paris) with work by the Dorothy Iannone, the American artist known for autobiographical texts, films and paintings that explicitly depict female sexuality; and
•  Lokal_30 (Warsaw) with Natalia LL, a pioneer of the Polish avant-garde in the 1960s and ‘70s; including Intimate Photography and Intimate Records (1968-69) – performative photographs which became a manifesto of new female sexuality.

Alison M. Gingeras said: ‘This special section of Frieze pays homage to artists who transgressed sexual mores, gender norms and the tyranny of political correctness and were frequently the object of censorship in their day. Sex Work will also highlight the seminal role galleries have played in exhibiting the radical women artists who were not easily assimilated into mainstream narratives of feminist art. These galleries often blazed a trail for museum exhibitions. Many figures in this section such as Renate Bertlmann, Birgit Jürgenssen, Marilyn Minter, Penny Slinger and Betty Tompkins, were too transgressive to be included in anthologizing museum shows which arguably forged a consensual canon for important feminist art. The belated reception of these pioneering women has had a profound impact on many artists working today and resonate more than ever with the new feminisms that are taking shape in response to contemporary political realities.’


Focus section: Emerging Talents
Bringing together 34 galleries from Cairo to Berlin, Focus features galleries aged 12 years or younger and is advised for the first time by Ruba Katrib (SculptureCenter, New York) in collaboration with returning curator Fabian Schoeneich (Portikus, Frankfurt).

Presentation highlights include:
•  Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler (Berlin) with a new installation by Anna Uddenberg whose uncanny figurative sculptures were a highlight of the Berlin Biennial 9 (2016);
•  Than Hussein Clark’s (VI, VII, Oslo) collaboration with the Couture Dressmakers Studio GAN in Rome to transform his booth into a bespoke fitting room and performance space, conjuring Paris of the 1920s and ‘30s.

Fair visitors can book appointments to be fitted for clothes from the couture collection, personally served by Clark;
•  A new sculptural installation by Lloyd Corporation at Carlos/Ishikawa (London) entitled Bankrupt. Bulk buy. Liquidation. Repossession;
•  Emma Hart winner of the MaxMara Prize and the subject of major show at the Whitechapel Gallery, presenting ambitious new ceramic works (Sunday Painter, London); and
•  Various Small Fires (Los Angeles) recreating a site-specific variation of the seminal eco-artists The Harrisons’ ‘Survival’ series, inspired by research into adapting to climate change – collaborating with a local arborist to remake Survival Piece #5: Portable Orchard (1972), in the context of Regents Park and post-Brexit Britain.
•  Joining Focus for to the first time, Gypsum (Cairo), will curate a booth exploring ‘time reconfigured’ through three mediums: photographs by Basim Magdy, paintings by Tamara Al Samerraei (Kuwait) and sculptures by Taha Belal.
•  Proyectos Ultravioleta (Guatemala City), winner of the Focus Stand last year, will bring new video and photography work by Regina José Galindo, among the most widely-recognized international artists working in performance.

Live
The fair’s section for performance and participation is also advised by Ruba Katrib (SculptureCenter, New York) and Fabian Schoeneich (Portikus, Frankfurt) and will feature four ambitious artworks by international artists, including three new commissions:
•  Neha Choksi (Project88, Mumbai) performs Frame our ears open (2017), following in the footsteps of previous works Minds to Lose/Petting Zoo – for which she anaesthetized herself and four farm animals – and A Rehearsal for a moment of silence for which she stayed in mute isolation for a week (performance at 1:30 pm each day);
•  Mark Fell (Southfirst, New York), a Sheffield-based artist grounded in the sub-cultures of electronic music, will bring together computer technology and Tala – the classical music of South India – to create patterns of movement with three dancers (performance at 12:30 pm each day);
•  Agatha Gothe-Snape (The Commercial, Sydney) will present Every Artist Remembered (2017), a series of informal and unrehearsed conversations between Gothe-Snape and invited artists in front of a live audience (performance at 3.30 pm each day); and
•  Candida Powell-Williams (Bosse & Baum, London) debuts Boredom and its Acid Touch (2017), a performance using characters from the marginalia of illuminated manuscripts; and culminating in a series of GIFs, exploring what contemporary marginalia might be. (performance at 2.30pm each day)

Frieze Projects
Supported by the LUMA Foundation and curated by Raphael Gygax (Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zurich), the non-profit programme of artist commissions will feature Marc Bauer, Donna Kukama, MOON Kyungwon & JEON Joonho, Lucy + Jorge Orta, SPIT! (Carlos Motta, John Arthur Peetz, Carlos Maria Romero), Georgina Starr and Frieze Artist Award-winner Kiluanji Kia Henda.

Frieze Film
A series of new film commissions will be premiered at Frieze London and broadcast on national television. Alex Bag, Pauline Curnier Jardin, Gabríela Friðriksdóttir and Raphaela Vogel will create new works as part of Frieze Projects, the fair’s celebrated non-profit programme curated by Raphael Gygax. Frieze Film is supported by Channel 4’s Random Acts and will be screened in the auditorium everyday at 3pm and 6pm, except Sunday at 11.30am and 3pm.

Frieze Music
On Friday 6 October 2017 at The Store Studios, 180 The Strand, Frieze Music and The Vinyl Factory present Dancefloor Meditations by Jarvis Cocker and Steve Mackey, with Special Guest DJ Jonnie Wilkes (Optimo). Dancefloor Meditations is an attempt to access the state of mind associated with deep meditation using only the tools to be found in any suburban discotheque. To reserve a maximum of two places contact: music@frieze.com
BMW Open Work Curated by Attilia Fattori Franchini, BMW Open Work is a major new initiative, annually inviting an artist to develop a project exploring current and future technologies as tools for innovation and artistic experimentation. Enhancing the long-term partnership between BMW and Frieze, BMW Open Work will launch at Frieze London 2017 with a new multi-platform commission by New York-based artist Olivia Erlanger. Entitled Body Electric, Erlanger’s immersive work will unfold across the BMW Lounge and BMW Courtesy Car Service at the fair, as well as digital platforms.

Frieze Tate Fund supported by WME | IMG
Established in 2003 as the first acquisition fund connected to an art fair, the 2017 Frieze Tate Fund will provide £150,000 for Tate to acquire works of art at Frieze London this October. Tate has acquired more than 100 works at Frieze London, with nine artworks by Hüseyin Bahri Alptekin, Leonor Antunes and Phillip Lai added to the collection in 2016. This year’s guest curators advising on the acquisition are Adriano Pedrosa, (Director MASP, São Paulo) and Elena Filipowicz (Director Kunsthalle Basel). Supported by WME | IMG, the artworks acquired by the fund will be announced on Wednesday 4 October.

Contemporary Art Society Collections Fund
The Contemporary Art Society Collections Fund at Frieze returns for a second year, following the successful launch at Frieze London 2016, which supported the acquisition of major works by John Akomfrah and Kader Attia for Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA). This year’s chosen beneficiary is the Towner Art Gallery (Eastbourne), which is looking to expand its significant collection, with work exploring the theme of landscape in a time of political change. The acquisition will be announced in the Reading Room at 3pm on Wednesday 4 October.

Frieze Art Fair Stand Prize and Frieze Focus Prize
This year, two prizes of £5,000 each will recognize outstanding gallery presentations at the fair.
•  Awarded to a gallery in the main or Sex Work section, the Frieze Art Fair Stand Prize will be judged by Eungie Joo (Chief Curator, SF MOMA), Nicolaus Shafthausen (Director, Kunsthalle Wien) and Dirk Snauwert (Director WIELS, Brussels). The winner will be announced on Wednesday 4th October.
•  Awarded to a gallery in the Focus section for galleries aged 12 years or under, the Focus Stand Prize will be judged by Richard Parry (Director, Glasgow International), Christopher Lew (Curator, The Whitney Museum) and Hanne Mugaas (Director Kunsthalle Stavanger). The winner will be announced on Thursday 5th October.

Frieze Sculpture
Open throughout the summer for the first time, Frieze Sculpture – London’s largest showcase of major outdoor art, selected by Clare Lilley (Yorkshire Sculpture Park) – includes significant sculptural works by Sir Anthony Caro (Annely Juda Fine Art), John Chamberlain, Urs Fischer (both Gagosian), Takuro Kuwata (Alison Jacques Gallery and Salon 94), Alicja Kwade (kamel mennour), Eduardo Paolozzi (Pangolin), Ugo Rondinone (Sadie Coles HQ) and Sarah Sze (Victoria Miro), among others.

Frieze Week in London
Coinciding with Frieze Masters, as well as Frieze Sculpture, the two fairs form the heart of Frieze Week – an international cultural event in early October, which includes special programmes mounted by galleries and museums across London. Highlights include:

•  Thomas Ruff at the Whitechapel Gallery
•  ‘Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power’ at Tate Modern and SUPERFLEX for the Hyundai Commission at the Tate Turbine Hall
•  Rachel Whiteread at Tate Britain
•  Jasper Johns at the Royal Academy
•  Jean-Michel Basquiat; and John Akomfrah for the Curve Commission at the Barbican

Frieze Art & Architecture Conference
The second edition of the Frieze Art & Architecture conference will take place on Friday 6 October at The Royal Institution, London. Hosting discussions around the design of spaces for making, showing and living with art, major speakers include Sir David Adjaye, Sir David Chipperfield, Elizabeth Diller, Thomas Heatherwick, Amanda Levete and more. The Frieze Art & Architecture Conference is supported by media partner the Financial Times and associate parners Cork Street Galleries and Therme Group.

Frieze Week magazine
Frieze Week magazine returns offering a companion guide to the wealth of art and activity taking place at the fair and across the city during Frieze London and Masters.

Sponsors and Partners
In addition to global lead partner Deutsche Bank, Frieze London partners with BMW, Art Fund, the Financial Times, Official Champagne Ruinart, Contemporary Art Society and new partners American Express, Mount Street and Official Coffee Lavazza. Frieze Projects and the Frieze Artist Award are supported by the LUMA Foundation for the third consecutive year. Hotel Café Royal is the main hotel partner for Frieze London 2017.
Universal Design Studio will again devise the Frieze London 2017 structure, enhancing the quality of visitors’ experience.

----------------------------------------------------------

Participating Galleries (List in formation)
303 Gallery, New York
A Gentil Carioca, Rio de Janeiro
Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York
The Approach, London
Galería Elba Benítez, Madrid
Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York
The Box, Los Angeles
The Breeder, Athens
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
Buchholz, Berlin
Campoli Presti, London
Canada, New York
Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne
Clearing, New York
Sadie Coles HQ, London
Pilar Corrias Gallery, London
Corvi-Mora, London
Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris
Thomas Dane Gallery, London
Massimo De Carlo, Milan
Galerie Eigen + Art, Berlin
Fonti, Naples
Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel, São Paulo
Marc Foxx Gallery, Los Angeles
Carl Freedman Gallery, London
Stephen Friedman Gallery, London
Frith Street Gallery, London
Gagosian, London
François Ghebaly, Los Angeles
Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg
Marian Goodman Gallery, London
Greene Naftali, New York
greengrassi, London
Galerie Karin Guenther, Hamburg
Hales, London
Hauser & Wirth, London
Herald St, London
Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin
Hollybush Gardens, London
Gallery Hyundai, Seoul
Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo
Alison Jacques Gallery, London
Galerie Martin Janda, Vienna
Kadel Willborn, Düsseldorf
Casey Kaplan, New York
Kayne Griffin Corcoran, Los Angeles
Anton Kern Gallery, New York
Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zurich
Tina Kim Gallery, New York
König Galerie, Berlin
David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles
Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York
Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna
Kukje Gallery, Seoul
kurimanzutto, Mexico City
Simon Lee Gallery, London
Lehmann Maupin, New York
Lisson Gallery, London
Kate MacGarry, London
Mai 36 Galerie, Zurich
Maisterravalbuena, Madrid
Matthew Marks Gallery, New York
Galerie Greta Meert, Brussels
Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo
kamel mennour, Paris
Metro Pictures, New York
Galerie Meyer Kainer, Vienna
Victoria Miro, London
Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London
The Modern Institute, Glasgow
mother’s tankstation limited, Dublin
Taro Nasu, Tokyo
Galleria Franco Noero, Turin
David Nolan Gallery, New York
Galerie Nordenhake, Berlin
Galleria Lorcan O’Neill, Rome
Office Baroque, Brussels
Galería OMR, Mexico City
P.P.O.W, New York
Pace Gallery, London
Maureen Paley, London
Peres Projects, Berlin
Perrotin, Paris
Galeria Plan B, Berlin
Galerija Gregor Podnar, Berlin
Simon Preston Gallery, New York
Project 88, Mumbai
Galleria Raucci/Santamaria, Naples
Almine Rech Gallery, London
Rodeo, London
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, London
Lia Rumma Gallery, Milan
Salon 94, New York
Esther Schipper, Berlin
Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich
Frieze Press Release, Page 21 of 21
September 2017: Frieze London 2017 Highlights
Participating Galleries, Continued (List in formation)
Sfeir-Semler, Beirut
Jack Shainman Gallery, New York
Shanghart Gallery, Shanghai
Société, Berlin
Sommer Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv
Sprovieri, London
Sprüth Magers, Berlin
Stevenson, Cape Town
Galeria Luisa Strina, São Paulo
Supportico Lopez, Berlin
t twoninethree, Rome
Timothy Taylor, London
The Third Line, Dubai
Travesía Cuatro, Madrid
Vermelho, São Paulo
Fons Welters, Amsterdam
Michael Werner, New York
White Cube, London
Barbara Wien, Berlin
Zeno X Gallery, Antwerp
David Zwirner, New York

Focus
47 Canal, New York
VI, VII, Oslo
Antenna Space, Shanghai
Arcadia Missa, London
blank projects, Cape Town
Carlos/Ishikawa, London
Cooper Cole, Toronto
Emalin, London
Frutta, Rome
Gypsum Gallery, Cairo
hunt kastner, Prague
Instituto de Visión, Bogotá
Jan Kaps, Cologne
Koppe Astner, Glasgow
Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Berlin
Laveronica Arte Contemporanea, Modica
Galerie Emanuel Layr, Vienna
Galeria Jaqueline Martins, São Paulo
Galerie Max Mayer, Düsseldorf
Misako & Rosen, Tokyo
Múrias Centeno, Lisbon
Night Gallery, Los Angeles
Proyectos Ultravioleta, Guatemala City
Revolver Galeria, Lima
Deborah Schamoni, Munich
Seventeen, London
Southard Reid, London
Sultana, Paris
The Sunday Painter, London
Truth and Consequences, Geneva
Rob Tufnell, London
Union Pacific, London
Various Small Fires (VSF), Los Angeles
Federico Vavassori, Milan

Sex Work
Air de Paris, Paris Dorothy Iannone
Baldwin Gallery, Aspen Marilyn Minter
Blum & Poe, Los Angeles Penny Slinger
The Box, Los Angeles Judith Bernstein
Galerie Andrea Caratsch, St. Moritz
Betty Tompkins
Karma International, Zurich Judith Bernstein
David Lewis, New York Mary Beth Edelson
lokal_30,Warsaw Natalia LL
Regen Projects, Los Angeles Marilyn Minter
Salon 94, New York Marilyn Minter
Richard Saltoun, London Renate Bertlmann
Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna Birgit Jürgenssen

Live
Bosse & Baum, London
Candida Powell-Williams
The Commercial, Sydney
Agatha Gothe-Snape
Project88, Mumbai Neha Choksi
Southfirst, New York Mark Fell

Foto: FRIEZE London 2017, copyright all rights reserved




News - Nachrichten - Actualidad
overview, Überblick, resumen
References Naanii Global articles at BUSINESS network LINKEDIN
NAANII GLOBAL articles published at Global Business network LINKEDIN
References Naanii Global articles at WIKIPEDIA
Wikipedia francais: Art Basel Hong Kong Wikipedia english: Polo,Sailing,F1,Travel Wikipedia español:Polo,Arts,Golf,Gourmet Wikipedia deutsch: Lebensstil,Reisen,Digital
NAANII GLOBAL Facebook






Los NAANIIS Facebook
Search
Back to content | Back to main menu