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Frieze New York May 2018 #friezeweek #friezeartfair

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Remembering the American painter, Jack Whitten through his ‘Experiments with Toner’ presentation at Frieze Masters 2015, brought by @alexandergrayassociates.

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Midweek stance
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Catch Thomas Ruff’s exhibition at @whitechapelgallery before it closes this weekend.
Credit: L’Empereur 06 (The Emperor 06), 1982, ©️ Thomas Ruff Courtesy @davidzwirner London/New York.

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After Betty Tompkins featured in the ‘Sex Work’ section at Frieze London 2017, the feminist artist continues to be celebrated with a @rodolphejanssen exhibition opening this week in Brussels.

Credit: Betty Tompkins, ‘Cunt Grid #24’, 2017

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Celebrating Martin Luther King Day by revisiting some of the artwork featured in the recent Soul of a Nation exhibition in London at the @tate and coming soon to @crystalbridgesmuseum in Arkansas.
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Credit: Lorraine O'Grady, Art Is (Girlfriends Times Two), 1983/2009. Courtesy: the artist and Alexander Gray Associates, New York ©️ Lorraine O'Grady.

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Celebrating Martin Luther King Day by revisiting some of the artwork featured in the recent ‘Soul of a Nation’ exhibition in London at the @tate and coming soon to @crystalbridgesmuseum in Arkansas.
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Romare Bearden, Pittsburgh Memory, 1964. Courtesy: ©️ Romare Bearden Foundation / DACS, London / VAGA, New York 2017.

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Celebrating Martin Luther King Day by revisiting some of the artworks featured in the recent Soul of a Nation exhibition in London at the @tate and coming soon to @crystalbridgesmuseum in Arkansas. First up, Betye Saar’s Rainbow Mojo, 1972. 🌈 🌈 🌈
Courtesy: the artist and Roberts & Tilton, Los Angeles ©️ Betye Saar.

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Meanwhile at @rodeo_gallery, a new body of work by @ian.law - including a series of photos shot on Simone Well Avenue in Kent, UK where the French philosopher is incongruously buried (pictured) - is paired with pieces by the late Robert Overby presented by @andrewkrepsgallery including Princess Restoration (1973), pictured here. Together, the works explore ideas of care, attention and enigma. #condolondon #robertoverby #ianlaw

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For #condolondon, @pilarcorriasgallery shows 'Slump Love', a duo show by Gerasimos Floratos and Christina Quarles while guest @societeberlin presents work by Trisha Baga. Pictured: Trisha Baga, TBT (2016) and Christina Quarles, Hard Pressed (detail), 2017. #pilarcorrias #societe

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Taking in Peter Doig’s haunting landscapes as his @michaelwernergallery exhibition continues in London.
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Two Trees, 2017. Courtesy Michael Werner Gallery, New York and London

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On view: Cathy Wilkes eerie visions of domestic bliss at @momaps1.
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Untitled, 2012. Gift of the Speyer Family Foundation and Mrs. Saidie A. May (by exchange) ©️ 2017 Cathy Wilkes.

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Reconnecting with Barbara Hepworth’s bronze work on the the late sculptor’s birthday. Filmed at the @richardgreengallery stand with Tamara Green at Frieze Masters. Sound on 🔊

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Remembering visionary ceramic artist Betty Woodman (1930 – 2018). .
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Credit: Windows, Carpets and Other Paintings, @salon94 Freemans, 2013.

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A taster from Gabríela Friðriksdóttir’s short film, 'Cabin Fever'. The Icelandic artist blurs the lines between the occult and natural worlds to create dream-like environments. Commissioned by Frieze Projects, the short was first screened at Frieze London 2017 and broadcast on @channel4 as part of their experimental film series, @c4randomacts. Watch the full film on our Facebook page.

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A snippet from Gabríela Friðriksdóttir’s short film, 'Cabin Fever'. The Icelandic artist blurs the lines between the occult and natural worlds to create dream-like environments. Commissioned by Frieze Projects, the short was first screened at Frieze London 2017 and broadcast on @channel4 as part of their experimental film series, @c4randomacts. Watch the full film on our Facebook page.

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A teaser from Gabríela Friðriksdóttir’s short film, 'Cabin Fever'. The Icelandic artist blurs the lines between the occult and natural worlds to create dream-like environments. Commissioned by Frieze Projects, the short was first screened at Frieze London 2017 and broadcast on @channel4 as part of their experimental film series, @c4randomacts. Watch the full film on our Facebook page.

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On the cusp of the @royalacademyarts 250th anniversary, their special exhibition project investigates the practice of life-drawing and its relationship with artists today. Credit: Jenny Saville, Entry, 2004–05, "From Life" at the Royal Academy of Arts until March 2018.

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This weekend in New York, catch Elizabeth Glaessner’s ‘Mother Tongue’ at @ppowgallery. This is her second solo exhibition with the gallery and features large-scale silk works, hung from the ceiling.
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Credit: Elizabeth Glaessner, Bacchanal, 2017

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"Canadian sculptor, painter and video artist Chloe Wise tells me that, to her, the 17th-century Dutch still-life genre is the early modern equivalent of rap music. Still-life paintings, like hip hop and rap, permitted patrons to show off their wealth."
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@frieze_magazine's @gabriellapounds reviews @alminerechgallery’s @chloewise_ presentation in Paris over on frieze.com.

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Remembering Tim Rollins, who recently passed away. The artist co-founded Group Material in Manhattan, 1979 with Julie Ault and Félix González-Torres before going on to start the artist collective Kids of Survival (K.O.S.), he also featured at Frieze New York 2012.
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Tim Rollins and K.O.S.’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream (After Shakespeare and Mendelssohn), 2008 (detail x 9).

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A clip from Raphaela Vogel’s ‘For 10 Years Later’, commissioned by Frieze Projects. The German artist uses drones to film her own body and questions the fe/male gaze. The short was first screened at Frieze London 2017 and broadcast on @channel4, as part of @c4randomacts. Watch the full film on frieze.com

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A clip from Raphaela Vogel’s ‘For 10 Years Later’, commissioned by Frieze Projects. The German artist questions how technology interferes with the physical self. The short was first screened at Frieze London 2017 and broadcast on @channel4, as part of @c4randomacts. Watch the full film on frieze.com

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A teaser from Raphaela Vogel’s ‘For 10 Years Later’, commissioned by Frieze Projects, this film was first screened at Frieze London 2017 and broadcast on @channel4, as part of @c4randomacts. Watch the full film on frieze.com

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Wintry wishes on Christmas Day!
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Tang Dixin, Greenish Blue Tree, 2017. His solo show runs until the end of December at @aikedellarco gallery, Shanghai.

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Season’s greetings from everyone at frieze ❄️

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Nearly 30 years after his death, the fascination with Jean-Michel Basquiat’s graffiti-inspired work continues. In London the @barbicancentre is showing the first large-scale exhibition in the UK of his work and he has been featured in our ‘New York Masters’ film series, where art critic Robert Storr discusses some of the city’s most significant twentieth century artists, as featured at Frieze New York 2017. Watch the full film on our Facebook page.

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Style inspiration for the holidays via Jim Shaw.

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Celebrating Carolee Schneemann in the year where the American artist has been awarded the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement at the 57th @labiennale, exhibited at Frieze London in @ppowgallery’s presentation and currently has a retrospective at @momaps1.
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Credit: Carolee Schneemann, Personae JT and Three Kitchs, 1957. Image courtesy @mmkfrankfurt.

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Jenny Holzer’s ‘Untitled’ artwork feels as relevant today as it did in 1982.
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Taken from the exhibition ‘Messages to the Public’, 1-31 March 1982, Times Square, New York. Courtesy: Jane Dickson, Project Initiator and Animator and @publicartfund, NY.

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Last day to see @ninachanel’s first solo exhibition ‘Seized the Imagination’ at @jackshainman in New York 👊

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An insight into Kosovo-born Sislej Xhafa’s first exhibition in Germany speaks to the artist’s concerns around identity politics and his birthplace. With his current solo show at @blainsouthern Berlin, the artist discusses shadows of meaning, questioning himself and the meaning of art. ‘It is about freedom, it is about fear’.

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