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We went down to Regent's park this weekend to catch up with our community members at Frieze London & Frieze Masters. Full of colour and immersive exhibition design, we've put together a selection of stand out booths.

October 17th, 2022

With over 20 of our galleries at both Frieze London and Frieze Masters we headed down to Regent's Park to visit our community members on site and soak up some art fair energy. As usual it is amazing to see so many art businesses embracing transparency by using arcarta for their high value transactions.  Full of colour and immersive exhibition design, we've put together a selection of our favourite booths across both Frieze London and Frieze Masters. For a full recap see our video summary at the bottom of the roundup.

Stephen Friedman Gallery

Frieze London, Solo Booth by Jeffrey Gibson

Stephen Friedman Gallery presented the first solo survey of Jeffrey Gibson in the UK. The colourful booth included work that incorporated Indigenous artisanal handcraft – such as beadwork, leatherwork and quilting – with narratives of contemporary resistance in protest slogans and song lyrics.

Sadie Coles HQ

Frieze London, Solo Booth by Ugo Rondinone

Sadie Coles HQ presented a selection of Ugo Rondinone's Mattituck paintings. United by a poetic quality and an enduring preoccupation with universal themes such as time, cosmic cycles, or the primordial opposition of day and night - the pink, red and blue work dominated the entry of Frieze London.

Cristea Roberts Gallery

Frieze London, Highlight on Antony Gromley

Cristea Roberts presented a selection of work from a range of artists such as Etel Adnan, Micheal Craig Martin, Cornelia Parker, Yinka Shonibare and Bridget Riley. However, Antony Gormley's monumental woodcut was a clear standout of the already strong selection of work. Measuring nearly three meters in height, the prints in this series are made from blocks of sawn plywood. Directly related to Gromley's installation 'Expansion Field' the woodcuts apples the principles of an expanding universe to the subjective space of the body.

Luxembourg + Co

Frieze Masters, Solo Booth by Sue Fuller

Luxembourg + Co brought Fuller's work to life with a booth designed in collaboration with Jacques Grange. Pulling the elements of her work to the booth itself, the exhibition included some of Sue Fuller’s string compositions across a range of media.

Lyndsey Ingram

Frieze Masters, Highlight on Lucian Freud

Lyndsey Ingram exhibited a group of Lucian Freud's B.A.T etchings directly from the estate of Freud's printers Marc and Dorothy Balakjian - displayed alongside a series of prints by Jean Miro, these etchings were a unique find within the Masters Fair.

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