It's that time of year again! To get over the September nostalgia, Frieze week is here to dazzle you with the best art in the world. 

I.

Sex Work at Frieze London 


This section pays homage to nine radical feminist artists making work during the 1970s and 80s. Be ready to encounter some pretty intense bodily depictions and explicit sexual imagery. Leave your prejudice and prudishness at home. 

 CREDIT:Marilyn Minter, Rivulet, 2017. Dye Sublimation print.

CREDIT:Marilyn Minter, Rivulet, 2017. Dye Sublimation print.


II.

Kallos Gallery London at Frieze Masters


The reason I adore Frieze is mainly for the Frieze Masters as it gives a general, grounded context to my favourite contemporary artworks. One of the most dramatic antiquities stands this year is that of Kallos Gallery with its constructed arched colonnade and intimate niches. 

 CREDIT: Gallery. Kallos Gallery. A Roman marble theatre mask acroterion, 3rd century AD

CREDIT: Gallery. Kallos Gallery. A Roman marble theatre mask acroterion, 3rd century AD


III.

UNFOLD


After the Frieze Week, enjoy a new engaging way to look at art with the festival UNFOLD. Church Street in Central London is transformed into an immersive experience celebrating emerging artists. Go on a journey through a working artist's studio and two innovative exhibition spaces with talks and workshops. 

 CREDIT: Artist Adelaide Damoah - UNFOLD Opening night 

CREDIT: Artist Adelaide Damoah - UNFOLD Opening night