in Frieze London , News | 27 JUN 24

‘Artist-to-Artist’ Returns to Frieze London 2024

The acclaimed curated section will debut six solo presentations chosen by world-renowned artists including Glenn Ligon, Lubaina Himid and Rashid Johnson

in Frieze London , News | 27 JUN 24

This year, after debuting to widespread praise in 2023, the curated section Artist-to-Artist returns to Frieze London as a highlight of the fair’s artist-driven programme. Across six solo presentations, each nominated practitioner is selected by a world-renowned artist known for their support of new voices, reflecting the section’s commitment to fostering connections across Frieze’s global network. 

This year, Artist-to-Artist will feature:

Appau Jnr Boakye-Yiadom chosen by Glenn Ligon (Champ Lacombe, Biarritz)

Rob Davis chosen by Rashid Johnson (Broadway, New York)

Nengi Omuku chosen by Yinka Shonibare (Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, London and Kasmin, New York)

Massinissa Selmani chosen by Zineb Sedira (Selma Feriani Gallery, Tunis)

Magda Stawarska chosen by Lubaina Himid (Yamamoto Keiko Rochaix, London)

Peter Uka chosen by Hurvin Anderson (Mariane Ibrahim, Chicago, Paris, Mexico City)

Watercolour of a man with arm raised on a scroll-like canvas
Nengi Omuku, Chasing shadows, 2023. Oil on sanyan, 125 x 213 cm. Courtesy the artist and Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, London. © Nengi Omuku. Photo Todd-White Art Photography

Further Information 

Frieze London and Frieze Masters, 9 – 13 October 2024, The Regent’s Park, London.

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Main image: Peter Uka, Family Forum (detail), 2023. Oil on canvas, 200 x 270 cm. Courtesy the artist and Mariane Ibrahim

Thumbnail: Peter Uka, Transit Point, 2023. Oil on canvas, 200 x 300 cm. Courtesy the artist and Mariane Ibrahim