Frieze London, one of the world’s largest contemporary art fairs, opens today and runs through October 17. With more than 160 leading galleries from around the world participating and featuring work from more than 1000 leading artists, along with art installations, lectures, films and a sculpture garden, the fair is quite a behemoth. Luckily Nicole Kluk, Senior Consultant at Quintessentially Art shared her best bets and can’t-miss booths with us for Frieze London 2015. Here are her picks.
1. Victoria Miro (B3)
“Always a stand out booth, this year we are treated to works by two particularly brilliant artists Do Ho Suh and Secundino Hernández. Spanish artists Hernández’s large canvases are a perfect blend of minimalism, representation, expressionism and abstraction. The thick impasto markings he scatters over his works are full of energy, yet the minimalist aspect of the works make them completely non aggressive and beautiful. Korean artist Do Ho Suh presents a selection of his reconstructed everyday objects that border on beautiful and hilarious. His fabricated buildings, rooms and fixtures are technically brilliant and questions identity, individuality and community.”