September 30, 2010 - frieze - Art Fair
September 30, 2010

Art Fair

Frieze Art Fair
14-17 October 2010

Regent’s Park, London
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The eighth edition of the leading international contemporary art fair, sponsored by Deutsche Bank, takes place in London’s Regent’s Park from 14-17 October 2010.

World’s top contemporary art galleries
173 of the world’s most exciting contemporary art galleries, representing 29 countries, will present new work by over 1,000 of the world’s most innovative artists at Frieze Art Fair.

Galleries new to the main section of the fair include: Bortolami, New York (USA); Pilar Corrias, London (UK); Elizabeth Dee, New York (USA); Xavier Hufkens, Brussels (Belgium); Michael Lett, Auckland (New Zealand).

The successful introduction of Frame, dedicated to galleries under six years old showing solo artist presentations, sees its return in 2010. Frame is supported by Cos. The Frame galleries’ selection has been advised by curators Cecilia Alemani and Daniel Baumann.

A listing of all the galleries with work that they are showing at the fair will be online in a new ‘Art Finder’ section of the Frieze Art Fair website.

iPhone and iPad app
This year visitors to Frieze Art Fair will be able to navigate the fair with an iPhone and iPad app. The company’s first mobile app will be an invaluable tool for collectors, curators and general visitors to the 2010 Frieze Art Fair, as well as those who are unable to visit the fair in person. Both apps are sponsored by Deutsche Bank.

Frieze Projects
Frieze Projects 2010 is curated by Sarah McCrory and includes nine specially commissioned projects as well as the Cartier Award and collaborations with our 2010 partner institutions Signal (Sweden) and Vector Association (Romania).

The artists commissioned to create these site-specific works for Frieze Art Fair are: Ei Arakawa & Karl Holmqvist, Spartacus Chetwynd, Matthew Darbyshire, Shannon Ebner & Dexter Sinister, Gabriel Kuri, Shahryar Nashat, Nick Relph, Annika Ström and Jeffrey Vallance.

The Cartier Award 2010 recipient is Simon Fujiwara. Fujiwara will present Frozen; an installation based on the fictive premise that an ancient lost city has been discovered beneath the site of the fair.

Frieze Film
Frieze Film is a programme of artists’ films that this year includes four commissioned films as well as a curated film programme that will be shown in a specially constructed cinema outside the entrance to the fair that will be free to the public.

The artists commissioned to make new work are: Jess Flood-Paddock, Linder, Elizabeth Price and Stephen Sutcliffe. The commissioned films by British artists will be shown alongside specially selected programmes as well as existing films by this year’s Frieze Projects artists. The commissioned films will also be broadcast on Channel 4 and from Monday 11 October can be viewed online at friezefoundation.org

Frieze Talks
Ramin Bahrani, Susan Hiller, Amar Kanwar, Bridget Riley
and Wolfgang Tillmans are all part of the international line-up of highly respected artists, filmmakers, curators and cultural commentators taking part in Frieze Talks 2010.

Frieze Talks is a daily programme of keynote lectures, panel debates and discussions that is programmed by the editors of frieze magazine and takes place at Frieze Art Fair.

Frieze Music
Frieze Music 2010 will present two specially curated nights of very different sounds, one of disco and a second of exquisite song from a singular voice.

Friday 15 October will see Hercules and Love Affair perform at Debut, with support from Telepathe and Berlin-based duo Hype Williams.

On Saturday 16 October Baby Dee—a classically trained harpist and pianist—will be performing with The Elysian Quartet. Also performing is James Blackshaw.

Frieze Education
Continuing its relationship with ReachOutRCA at the Royal College of Art, Frieze Education is presented in association with Deutsche Bank in the Deutsche Bank Education Space.

Aiming to establish a strong legacy for the children and young people that take part, ReachOutRCA provides a highly ambitious, imaginative and critical exploration of Frieze Art Fair. Encompassing workshops for schools, a weekend public programme, an activity guide for young visitors to Frieze Art Fair and an online resource, ‘The Age of Discovery’ offers an accessible yet innovative experience of contemporary art, emboldening participants’ own role in learning and creativity.

Sculpture Park
The Sculpture Park offers a rare opportunity to see a significant group of international work that is addressed on a public scale. This year’s Sculpture Park presents work by a broad selection of artists, including some of the most acclaimed international sculptors working today. These include new works by Hans Peter Feldman and Ceal Floyer, as well as pieces by Jeppe Hein, Marie Lund, Tomas Saraceno and Franz West.

The Stand Prize
The second year of the Frieze Art Fair Stand Prize, sponsored by Champagne Pommery, will be judged by Jerry Saltz (Art Critic, New York Magazine), Beatrix Ruf (Director/Curator, Kunsthalle, Zurich) and Stuart Comer (Curator of Film, Tate Modern). A prize of 10,000 pounds will go to the most innovative gallery stand at the fair. The prize will be awarded at the fair on Wednesday 13 October.

The Outset Fund
2010 marks the eighth anniversary of the successful collaboration between Outset, Frieze Art Fair and Tate. This unique partnership, based on the generosity of Outset, a charitable foundation focused on supporting new art, enables Tate to buy important work by emerging artists at the fair for the national collection. Seventy-eight works by 51 significant international artists have been collected since 2003.

Visitors
Book tickets by midnight (GMT) October 1 2010 to secure the best ticket prices. To learn more about Frieze Art Fair including maps and hotel information see friezeartfair.com.

Exhibiting Galleries:

303 Gallery, New York – Galería Juana de Aizpuru, Madrid – Galería Helga de Alvear, Madrid – Andersen’s Contemporary, Copenhagen – Galerie Paul Andriesse, – Amsterdam – The Approach, London – BaliceHertling, Paris – Laura Bartlett Gallery, London – Galerie Catherine Bastide, Brussels – Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Berlin – Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York – Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York – Bortolami, New York – Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin – BQ, Berlin – The Breeder, Athens – Broadway 1602, New York – Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York – Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Cologne – Cabinet, London – Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne – Casa Triângulo, Sao Paulo – China Art Objects Galleries, Los Angeles – Sadie Coles HQ, London – Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin – Pilar Corrias Gallery, London – Corvi-Mora, London – Sorcha Dallas, Glasgow – Thomas Dane Gallery, London – Massimo De Carlo, Milan – Elizabeth Dee, New York – Galerie Eigen + Art, Berlin – galerie frank elbaz, Paris – Foksal Gallery Foundation, Warsaw – Galeria Fortes Vilaça, Sao Paulo – Marc Foxx, Los Angeles – Carl Freedman Gallery, London – Stephen Friedman Gallery, London – Frith Street Gallery, London – Gagosian Gallery, London – Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdam – A Gentil Carioca, Rio de Janeiro – Gladstone Gallery, New York – Marian Goodman Gallery, New York – Greene Naftali, New York –greengrassi, London – Galerie Karin Guenther, Hamburg – Jack Hanley Gallery, New York – Hauser & Wirth, London – Herald St, London – hiromiyoshii, Tokyo – Hollybush Gardens, London – Hotel, London – Galerie Andreas Huber, Vienna – Xavier Hufkens, Brussels – IBID Projects, London – Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh – Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo – Alison Jacques Gallery, London – Galerie Martin Janda, Vienna – Juliètte Jongma, Amsterdam – Annely Juda Fine Art, London – Kamm, Berlin – Casey Kaplan, New York – Georg Kargl Fine Arts, Vienna – Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm – Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York – Kerlin Gallery, Dublin – Anton Kern Gallery, New York – Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zurich – Johann König, Berlin – David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles – Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo – Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York – Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna – Kukje Gallery, Seoul – kurimanzutto, Mexico City – Lehmann Maupin, New York – Michael Lett, Auckland – Lisson Gallery, London – Long March Space, Beijing – Kate MacGarry, London – Mai 36 Galerie, Zurich – Giò Marconi, – Milan – Matthew Marks Gallery, New York – Mary Mary, Glasgow – Galerie Meyer Kainer, Vienna – Meyer Riegger, Karlsruhe – Massimo Minini, Brescia – Victoria Miro Gallery, London – The Modern Institute, Glasgow – Galerie Neu, Berlin – Galleria Franco Noero, Turin – Galerie Giti Nourbakhsch, Berlin – Galleria Lorcan O’Neill, Rome – Office Baroque Gallery, Antwerp – Maureen Paley, London – Peres Projects, Berlin – Perrotin, Paris – Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York – Galerie Francesca Pia, Zurich – Galeria Plan B, Cluj – Galerija Gregor Podnar, Berlin – Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich – Produzentengalerie, Hamburg – Raster, Warsaw – Galleria Raucci/Santamaria, Naples – Almine Rech Gallery, Paris – Regina Gallery, Moscow – Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London – Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris – Galleria Sonia Rosso, Turin – Salon 94, New York – Aurel Scheibler/ScheiblerMitte, Berlin – Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich – Gabriele Senn Galerie, Vienna – Galerie Sfeir-Semler, Beirut – Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London – Sies + Höke, Dusseldorf – Galeria Filomena Soares, Lisbon – Sommer Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv – Reena Spaulings Fine Art, New York – Sprüth Magers Berlin London, Berlin – Standard (Oslo), Oslo – Diana Stigter, Amsterdam – Galeria Luisa Strina, Sao Paulo – Sutton Lane, London – T293, Naples – Timothy Taylor Gallery, London – Team Gallery, New York – Richard Telles, Los Angeles – The Third Line, Dubai – Vermelho, Sao Paulo – Vilma Gold, London – Vitamin Creative Space, Guangzhou – Waddington Galleries, London – Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen – Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin – Fons Welters, Amsterdam – Michael Werner, New York – White Cube, London – Max Wigram Gallery, London – Wilkinson, London – Galleri Christina Wilson, Copenhagen – XL Gallery, Moscow – Zeno X Gallery, Antwerp – Zero, Milan – David Zwirner, New York

Frame
Altman Siegel Gallery, Shannon Ebner – Ancient & Modern, Des Hughes – Chert, Heike Kabisch – Lisa Cooley, Frank Haines – Experimenter, Naeem Mohaiemen – Fonti, Lorenzo Scotto di Luzio – James Fuentes LLC, Jessica Dickinson – Gaga, Adriana Lara – Gentili Apri, Aids-3D (Daniel Keller and Nik Kosmas) – François Ghebaly Gallery, Neil Beloufa – Karma International, Tobias Madison – Andreiana Mihail Gallery, Ion Grigorescu – MOT International, Laure Prouvost – Nanzuka Underground, Keiichi Tanaami – Overduin and Kite, Erika Vogt – Platform China, Jin Shan – Simon Preston, Carlos Bevilacqua – Renwick Gallery, Drew Heitzler – Rodeo, Mark Aerial Waller – Federica Schiavo Gallery, Salvatore Arancio – Micky Schubert, Manuela Leinhoss – Seventeen, Oliver Laric – Sommer & Kohl, Tony Just – Supportico Lopez, Marius Engh – Rob Tufnell, Ruth Ewan

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