October 4, 2010 - Serpentine Galleries - Frieze Art Fair Week
October 4, 2010

Frieze Art Fair Week

Frieze Art Fair Week Programme:

Serpentine Gallery Map Marathon
Anish Kapoor: Turning the world Upside Down in Kensington Gardens
Klara Lidén: Edgware Road Project
Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2010 by Jean Nouvel

www.serpentinegallery.org

Serpentine Gallery Map Marathon
16-17 October 2010

The Serpentine Gallery presents the fifth event in its acclaimed Marathon series. The multi-dimensional Map Marathon will feature non-stop live presentations by over 50 artists, poets, writers, philosophers, scholars, musicians, architects, designers and scientists.

Curated by Serpentine Gallery Co-Director Hans Ulrich Obrist, the Map Marathon will explore all forms of mapping, of data, space and time, multiple dimensions, language and the body.

Participations include performances and presentations from: Marina Abramović, David Adjaye, Etel Adnan, John Akomfrah, Ayreen Anastas and Rene Gabri, Julieta Aranda, Kader Attia, Nanni Balestrini and Morgan Bennett Balestrini, Artur Barrio, Peter Barber, Rosi Braidotti, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, John Brockman, Mariana Castillo Deball and Amalia Pica, Adam Chodzko, Céline Condorelli, Michael Craig-Martin, Marcus du Sautoy, Simon Fujiwara, Gilbert & George, Goldin+Senneby, Joost Grootens, Pancho Guedes, Richard Hamilton and Eyal Weizman, Mona Hatoum, Susan Hiller, Russell Hoban with Eleanor Bron, Claire Hooper, Marine Hugonnier, Amar Kanwar, Janice Kerbel, Scott King, Aaron Koblin, Suzanne Lacy, Bruno Latour, Klara Lidén, Luigi Ontani, Claude Parent and Nathanael Dorent, Katie Paterson, Adriano Pedrosa, Julia Peyton-Jones, C. E. B. Reas, Marwan Rechmaoui, Pedro Reyes, Alex Rich, Tim Robinson and Simon Cutts, Jacques Roubaud, David Rowan, Anri Sala, Dimitar Sasselov, Annemarie Sauzeau, Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian, Timothy Taylor/Krysztina Tautendorfer with Tom Frankland, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Oraib Toukan, Adrián Villar Rojas, Ai Weiwei, Emma Wolukau-Wanambwa and Cerith Wyn Evans. With a special presentation from DLD, (dld-conference.com).

Tickets
Ticketweb:
08444 771 000
www.ticketweb.co.uk

Anish Kapoor:
Turning the World Upside Down Kensington Gardens

28 September 2010 – 13 March 2011

The Royal Parks and the Serpentine Gallery present a major exhibition of large scale outdoor sculptures by Anish Kapoor in the Royal Park of Kensington Gardens. The free exhibition will showcase a series of major recent works not previously shown together in London. Constructed from highly reflective stainless steel, the giant curved mirror surfaces create illusory distortions of the surroundings and are visible across large distances, creating new vistas in this famous and much-loved setting.

Klara Lidén
7 October – 7 November

Klara Lidén presents a series of existing and new films, installations as well as works on paper in her first major exhibition in the UK. Recalling a long history of performance art and conceptual work, Lidén reveals the hidden aggression and potential rebellion that rests under the surface of our cities and their inhabitants. Lidén was born in Stockholm, Sweden in 1979 and lives and works in Stockholm and Berlin. The exhibition is co-produced with Moderna Museet, Stockholm.

Edgware Road Project:
Marwan Rechmaoui in Residence
Until 18 October

The Serpentine Gallery’s Edgware Road Project links local and international artists with people living and working in this London neighbourhood. The Serpentine’s project has its base at the Centre for Possible Studies, in Seymour Street, home to screenings, events and an ongoing archive of work. Marwan Rechmaoui is a Lebanese artist who has lived in the Abu Dhabi, Boston and New York, and is now based in Beirut. Rechmaoui is currently completing a residency at the Centre for Possible Studies, which concludes in October.

Centre for Possible Studies, 64 Seymour Street, London W1
+44 (0)20 7298 1535


Final Week:
10th Serpentine Gallery Pavilion
Designed by Jean Nouvel

Until 17 October

This year’s Serpentine Gallery Pavilion is designed by world-renowned French architect Jean Nouvel. This is the 10th commission in the Gallery’s annual architectural series, the world’s first and most ambitious programme of its kind. It is the architect’s first completed building in the UK.

The Pavilion commission, conceived by Julia Peyton-Jones, has become an international site for architectural experimentation and follows a long tradition of Pavilions by some of the world’s greatest architects. The immediacy of the commission—a maximum of six months from invitation to completion—provides a unique model worldwide.

The design for the 2010 Pavilion is a contrast of lightweight materials and dramatic metal cantilevered structures. The entire design is rendered in a vivid red that, in a play of opposites, contrasts with the green of its park setting. The colour reflects the iconic British images of traditional telephone boxes, post boxes and London buses.

For press information, contact:
Tom Coupe, 020 7298 1544, tomc@serpentinegallery.org
Rose Dempsey, 020 7298 1520, rosed@serpentinegallery.org
Press images at www.serpentinegallery.org/press

Serpentine Gallery, Kensington Gardens, London, W2 3XA
Nearest Tube: South Kensington or Lancaster Gate
Serpentine Gallery open 10am to 6pm daily. Admission free


The Serpentine would like to thank the individuals, trusts, foundations and companies whose generosity and foresight enable the Gallery to realise its acclaimed Exhibition, Architecture, Education and Public Programmes.

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