Flashback to Frieze – Ones to watch

Flashback to Frieze - Ones to watch

Set up to showcase art work by living artists, Frieze London features more than 160 international galleries and attracts over 60,000 visitors each year. We sent our tame curator/business development manager Toby to the Fair to pick out some brilliant art galleries to look out for in the future.

Corvi-Mora

Flora at Corvi-Mora, Dorota Jurczak & Walter Keeler

A gallery that seems to be ahead of the curve, by exhibiting one artist in particular at Frieze (Alvaro Barrington) who was being shown by at least three different galleries.

We’ve featured Corvi-Mora in our monthly exhibitions rundown before, and their showing at Frieze confirmed why they’re a firm favourite at Zealous. We’re looking forward to checking out their next exhibition, Julian Stair’s “Equivalence”.

Corvi-Mora

A gallery that seems to be ahead of the curve, by exhibiting one artist in particular at Frieze (Alvaro Barrington) who was being shown by at least three different galleries.

We’ve featured Corvi-Mora in our monthly exhibitions rundown before, and their showing at Frieze confirmed why they’re a firm favourite at Zealous. We’re looking forward to checking out their next exhibition, Julian Stair’s “Equivalence”.

Flora at Corvi-Mora, Dorota Jurczak & Walter Keeler

Jhaveri Contemporary

Curated by Jhaveri Contemporary, Hardeep Pandhal’s solo presentation featured drawings, three-dimensional work and film, each employing the strategies of the graphic trickster to conjure an art of light humour and mockery.

Jhaveri Contemporary describes him as a lucid Dungeon Master – ‘shorthand for anyone who controls the flow and content of the game’ – and it’s this frank analysis and brilliant curation that has us interested to see what Jhaveri Contemporary do next.

Hardeep Pandhal, The Narcissism of Minor Differences, 2018 , india ink, enamel on wood approx 40 x 90 x 3 cm

Jhaveri Contemporary

Curated by Jhaveri Contemporary, Hardeep Pandhal’s solo presentation featured drawings, three-dimensional work and film, each employing the strategies of the graphic trickster to conjure an art of light humour and mockery.

Jhaveri Contemporary describes him as a lucid Dungeon Master – ‘shorthand for anyone who controls the flow and content of the game’ – and it’s this frank analysis and brilliant curation that has us interested to see what Jhaveri Contemporary do next.

Hardeep Pandhal, The Narcissism of Minor Differences, 2018 , india ink, enamel on wood approx 40 x 90 x 3 cm

Union Pacific

Tobias Nussbaumer: Antagonistic Playgrounds & Agnieszka Polska: What The Sun Has Seen

Union Pacific exhibited an artist who questions preconceptions of cultural identity, Zadie Xa, and Xa’s presentation from Union Pacific was dynamic in form. Essentially a live theater set, the team at Union Pacific were energising the spaces over the course of the fair by constantly changing its layout.

The constant shift affects the viewer’s perspective of Xa’s work and in doing so asks bigger questions about just how quick we can be to ascribe a cultural identity to an individual. This brilliant collaboration has us eager to see more from Union Pacific and what projects they will exhibit next.

Union Pacific

Union Pacific exhibited an artist who questions preconceptions of cultural identity, Zadie Xa, and Xa’s presentation from Union Pacific was dynamic in form. Essentially a live theater set, the team at Union Pacific were energising the spaces over the course of the fair by constantly changing its layout.

The constant shift affects the viewer’s perspective of Xa’s work and in doing so asks bigger questions about just how quick we can be to ascribe a cultural identity to an individual. This brilliant collaboration has us eager to see more from Union Pacific and what projects they will exhibit next.

Tobias Nussbaumer: Antagonistic Playgrounds & Agnieszka Polska: What The Sun Has Seen

Project Native Informant

Project Native Informant shape their program spectacularly, as we found out from seeing artists Flo Brooks, Morag Keil and Sean Steadman presented at Frieze. If you take a look at their timeline you’ll see a brilliantly curated set of exhibitions and we’re excited to go and see every single one of them.

If the display at Frieze is anything to go by, they should be something special.

Flo Brooks, Scrubbers, Installation View

Project Native Informant

Project Native Informant shape their program spectacularly, as we found out from seeing artists Flo Brooks, Morag Keil and Sean Steadman presented at Frieze. If you take a look at their timeline you’ll see a brilliantly curated set of exhibitions and we’re excited to go and see every single one of them.

If the display at Frieze is anything to go by, they should be something special.

Flo Brooks, Scrubbers, Installation View

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