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You do an awfully good impression of yourself. That’s the first line of Bret Easton Ellis’ Lunar Park, and what I was thinking as I was pretending to listen to the aggressive hard sell of an artist from some prize or other as she press-ganged me in to giving her my business card. I [...]
There were a couple of works I had to revisit today. Nina Cannel’s Forgetfulness, a length of underground electric cable submerged in a Perspex tank so full with water it nearly sloshes over the edges, at Dublin’s mother’s tankstation [H7]. This work is both precarious and counter intuitive, but it is so minimal and [...]
The London artworld – indeed the global artworld – is in a state of apoplectic fervour.
The Great Escape is Peter Gronquist’s first exhibition at the recently launched Joseph Gross Gallery space, and is a vibrant new direction from the artist’s previous work.
The Focus section, dedicated to smaller galleries, is remarkable this year.
totally Hauser & Wirth it
As Frieze focuses attention on art as business, could there be a new model for the art market, one which places less emphasis on putting on exhibitions, relying rather on the Internet and Art Fairs to sell work? Maybe so,