It is Paris art week. Inaugurated 44 years ago, FIAC is the classic afternoon tea affair whilst, in its third edition, Paris Internationale is the bloody mary on the grunge rooftop of a multi-storey car park. Paris Internationale art fair brings together a young generation of 55 galleries and 8 project spaces from 17 countries. With a sense for the surreal and body awareness, these are my highlights.
I have chosen three artists who are ’emerging’ into the market for very different reasons. These are my three picks from Frieze London, Frieze Masters and Sunday Art Fair.
“An artist statement is constantly rewritten and almost always out of date because things keep moving on.”
Preparations for Frieze London are in the air. I am crawling the city day and night so that you don’t have to! I am bringing you a selection of the most exciting exhibitions in London’s commercial galleries. The coming weeks are packed with openings and events. Stay in the loop!
Because decay and disrepair can be generative and fruitful. Because the idea of ruin is even more fascinating when the focus is on the inevitability of change. Because the aesthetics of loss, erasure and decline may hide sublime beauty and a rich textural palimpsest…