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Frieze Week With Artvisor: Monday 2nd – Sunday 8th October

Posted by Artvisor - 02 October 2017

Frieze Week With Artvisor: Monday 2nd – Sunday 8th October


Author: Yoli Terziyska 


Blueprint Breakfast Briefings: Art Startup Pitch 

On Wednesday 4th October at Cromwell Place between 9am - 12pm, Blueprint Breakfast Briefings: Art Startup Pitch will give the stage to a select group of promising art startups to pitch their businesses to a group of angel investors and esteemed advisors. Artvisor has been invited to participate and our co-founder Piero Tomassoni will be pitching on behalf of the company. Curated by Vastari, the event will offer new and innovative organizations in the art world feedback and advice from an investor’s point of view. All are welcome to attend and hear more about the new ideas currently shaping the art world. 


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Blueprint Breakfast Briefings: Art Startup Pitch
Wednesday, 4th October
9am - 12pm
4 Cromwell Place
 London, SW7 2JN



 

Moniker Art Fair: Collector’s Talk

Piero Tomassoni is also set to give a talk at Moniker Art Fair on Thursday 5th October at 2.30pm. The discussion will focus on the evolution of online art collecting while introducing Artvisor’s platform to a wide audience of fair visitors. Moniker Art Fair will be held at the Old Truman Brewery, London, between 5th - 8th October. Join us at the fair among an international roster of galleries and artists from the burgeoning Urban and New Contemporary art movement. To attend Artvisor's Collector Talk (The Bench / 42), please register here

Moniker Art Fair
The Old Truman Brewery (new top floor)
89 Brick Lane
London, E1 6QL
 


 

Artvisor and Presenza Introduces Alchemical Imagination

Alchemical Imagination is a collective exhibition Artvisor is holding in collaboration with Presenza, showing works by talented emerging artists, alongside mid-career and established artists. All are welcome to come to our opening at LIBRARY on the evening of Friday, 6th October during London’s most notable art week. The collective exhibition taking place in Covent Garden’s eclectic private members club, LIBRARY. With over 20 works including painting, drawing, and photography, this multi-faceted exhibition encompasses art by some of today’s most talented emerging artists, among them: Jonny Briggs, Colden Drystone, Nicole Coson, Kathrin Hanga, Cyrus Mahboubian, Filippo Piantanida and Tom Poeet, pairing them with mid-career and established artists Shannon Finley, Johan Van Mullem, and Nobuyoshi Araki. During the private view, Colden Drystone will debut a sound performance piece. 


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Alchemical Imagination
A Group Exhibition
Friday, 6th October
6.30pm - 11pm
 
LIBRARY
112 St Martin's Lane
London, WC2N 4EJ

 

 

Frieze Week Events to Attend


Wednesday, 4th October: 

Frieze London & Frieze Masters Preview Day

The preview day for Frieze London and Frieze Masters will lead guests to over 160 galleries from 31 countries, showcasing the works of international established and emerging artists. The event runs from Thursday, 3rd October to Sunday 8th October. The preview day is Wednesday, 4th October. 


 

Private view Gagosian Gallery: Brice Marden

Since his last exhibition at Gagosian in 2000, the American painter, Brice Marden has turned his focus to monochromatic painting - this time, Gagosian Gallery will present a series of paintings Marden produced while exploring the possibilities of terre verte (a particular type of pigment). Due to their chromatic qualities, the layers of oil paint the artist applies on his canvases simultaneously become the material and the subject of the work. Identically sized and painted with the same pigment, the paintings turn viewers’ focus to Marden’s process of painting. Opening reception is on Tuesday, 3rd October, 6pm - 8pm. 

Installation view of Brice Marden at Gagosian

 

Royal Academy of Arts: Jasper Johns: Something Resembling Truth

The exhibition will be the first comprehensive show of Jasper Johns’s work in the UK in 40 years, surveying his artistic evolution for the past six decades. The show will display over 150 artworks, including some of his most iconic works that placed Johns in the canon of 20th century art history. The artist belongs to the American pop art tradition, with contemporaries such as Andy Warhol and Robert Rauschenberg. His emblematic appropriation of iconography, such as the American national flag, questioned the public’s relationship to archetypal imagery. 

Jasper Johns, Flag, 1958. Courtesy of Royal Academy of Arts, London. 

 

Saturday, 7th October:

Deutsche Bank Wealth Management Lounge: The Feuerle Collection and Cross Collecting: In conversation with Désiré Feuerle

The art and antiques collector, Désiré Feuerle, will be giving a talk in London during Frieze week describing his unique and extensive collection. Located in Berlin, the collection juxtaposes international contemporary artists with Imperial Chinese furniture and Southeast Asian Sculptures. Viewers are invited to experience the intersection of the old and the current in a novel way, as the works gain an alternative contextual sense when set side by side. The talk will illustrate the ample possibilities for creativity in art collecting. 

Image of the Désiré Feuerle Collection, Kreuzberg, Berlin. Photograph by Nic Tenwiggenhorn.

 

Christie’s Postwar and Contemporary Art Day Auction

As part of London’s most notable art week, Christie’s participates with a postwar and contemporary art day auction taking place on Saturday, 7th October. Lots 201-419 will be announced on sale, including art by Gerhard Richter, Yayoi Kusama, Daniel Buren and Robert Indiana. Public viewings are available prior to the auction and all are welcome to Christie’s to see the art on display. 

Robert Indiana, Love, 1997. Lot 249 at Chrsitie's Postwar and Contemporary Art Day Auction.

 

Giving collectors plenty of opportunities to purchase, and viewers to enjoy world-class works, Frieze week begins on Thursday, 5th October and closes on Sunday, 8th October. 

 

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