17.10.15

Revisiting Frieze London 2015

With so many contemporary art fairs happening around the world it's difficult to know which ones to pay attention to. But Frieze London, which wrapped up its 13th edition this weekend, continues to remain a favourite and for good reason. If you're interested in finding out about emerging artists, new trends and who's selling what, Frieze will give you plenty to consider. While the installation pieces may have continued to draw the bulk of the attention this year there was no shortage of other works to keep you interested.

1. Alex Katz, Road 2015, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac



2.  Anne Neukamp, Galerija Gregor Podnar



3.  Armen Eloyan, Hulk 2, 2015 Timothy Taylor



4.  Bridget Smith, Blueprint for a Curtain, 2015 Frith Street Gallery



5.  Camille Henrot, You Have No New Messages, 2015 Kamel Mennour



6.  David Robbins, Flowerstorm 2006, Galleria Raucci Santamaria



7.   Jennifer Packer, Yellow Roses, 2015 Corvi-Mora



8.  Jiang Pengyi, Inconsolable Memories No. 14 2015 Shanghart
9.  Jiri Georg Dokoupil, Untitled 2015, Galeria Juana De Aizpuru


10.  Jorinde Voigt, Ponder + Focus (XV) 2014, Lisson Gallery



11.  Josephine Pryde, For Myself 2014 Simon Lee Gallery



12.  Peter McDonald, Relaxin' 2013 Kate MacGarry



13.  Philipp Frohlich, Untitled 199L, 2015 Galeria Juana de Aizpuru



14.  Ruairiadh O'Connell, Flash of Lightning, 2015 Jessica Silverman Gallery


15.  Simon Periton, The Lookout, 2015, Sadie Coles


16.  Stephanie Saade, Moon Pills, 2015  Grey Noise


17.  Susan Hiller, Rough Passage, 2012 MOT International


18.  Thomas Ruff, nudes wg12, 2012 Mai 36 Galerie



19.  Urs Fischer, Dr. Nope 2010 Sadie Coles


20.  Wilhelm Sasnal, An American Indian Sadie Coles 2015


21.  Yayoi Kusama, Pumpkin 2015, David Zwirner


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