Frieze in London With Us… Brrrr

During Frieze in October, The Standard, London had an abundance of free events to get inspired by. Take a look back at what went down below...
Frieze London Partied With Us

Tiwani Contemporary x Boy.Brother.Friend

Thursday 14 October 

London-based gallery Tiwani Contemporary got together with the publication Boy.Brother,Friend for a night of celebrations; the gallery's 10th anniversary, and the magazine's power issue release, Live music from Amber Simone, and cocktails from Ciroc. 

Standard Talks in The Library Lounge

In conversation with Block Universe + Oliver Beer

Monday 11 October

Block Universe, London's leading international performance art festival and commissioning body kicked off Frieze Week with Founding Director & Curator Louise O'Kelly in conversation with artist Oliver Beer, known for creating performances focussed on the relationship between sound and space, particularly the voice and architecture. 

Guests joined us at The Standard, London's Library Lounge to listen in on the conversation and hear more about Beer's upcoming performances and exhibitions that will be taking place at the Louvre and the Opera Garnier. Previous presentations of his have taken place at the Palais de Tokyo, Fondation Vuitton and Centre Pompidou, Paris; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; and Galerie Thaddeus Ropac, London amongst others.

In conversation with Elephant Magazine + Ayana V Jackson

Tuesday 12 October

Elephant magazine hosted an intimate panel discussion between Ayana V Jackson and Ngaire Blankenberg (director of Smithsonian’s National Museum of African Art) ahead of the artist's 2022 exhibition.

In Elephant’s Autumn/Winter issue, she speaks with artist John Akomfrah about the emotive capacity of images and the impact of staging and costuming on viewers’ understanding of past and present. 

In conversation with Block Universe + Vanessa da Silva

Wednesday 13 October 

Block Universe, London's leading international performance art festival and commissioning body opened Frieze Week with Founding Director & Curator Louise O'Kelly in conversation with artist Vanessa da Silva. Da Silva's practice encompasses sculptural elements, performance, and site-specific installation.

Guests joined us in The Standard, London's Library Lounge before the fair opened on Wednesday, to listen in on conversations about Vanessa's current work in Regent's Park as part of Frieze Sculpture, which will be the subject of Colombian gallery Institut de Vision's booth in the Focus Section of Frieze London.

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