Frieze London 2016 Exhibition recap


With a £3.5 million price tag, Anish Kapoor’s sculpture Red Stave, 2015, at Lisson Gallery, was the priciest artwork on offer at this year’s Frieze Art Fair in London.

 Photography: Jack Hem. Courtesy of Lisson Gallery

Installation view of Blank Invitations, by Neha Choksi, 2016 at Mumbai gallery Project 88.

Courtesy of Project 88 and the artist


Hauser & Wirth have gone for the more is more approach with its ‘L’atelier d’artistes’ stand, a tongue-in-cheek examination of the museological practice of reconstructing artist studios. The presentation, with its clumsily translated French title, is an exercise in cliché.

Courtesy of the artists, estates and Hauser & Wirth. Photography: Ken Adlard


Back of Snowman (pictured in foreground), by Gary Hume 2016 on view at the Sprüth Magers booth. Courtesy of the artist and Sprüth Magers.

Photography: Linda Nylind. Courtesy of Frieze

frieze-art-fair-london-06Installation view at 303 Gallery. Pictured, from left: Hypothetisches Gebilde, by Alicja Kwade, 2016; Hot Mess: Aperture series, by Doug Aitken, 2016; The Bricks (A.), by Collier Schorr, 2013; and Your Head In My Eyes, by Eva Rothschild, 2015.

Photography: Linda Nylind. Courtesy of Frieze

frieze-art-fair-london-33General Studies, by Ryan Gander, 2016, holds court with Can Open Sapphire, by Angela Bulloch, 2016, at the Esther Schipper and Johnen Galerie stand.

Photography: Andrea Rossetti