14 MAY 20

Artworks benefitting those affected by COVID-19

Frieze Viewing Room will feature a dedicated exhibition highlighting galleries who work with artists and initiatives supporting individuals, organizations or causes affected by the Covid crisis

14 MAY 20 in Artworks benefitting those affected by COVID-19

Preview some of the highlights below. Galleries will contribute proceeds from the sale of these artworks to charitable initiatives all over the world.

Annika Ström, red close up, 2000. Drawing and watercolor on paper, 56 x 76 cm.

Adriana Bustos, Fátima y su ilusión - Jackie y la Ilusión de Fátima, 2008. Courtesy of Galeria Nora Fisch

Claire Barclay (b. 1968), ‘All Over and Over 3’, 2015, Unique screenprint on Somerset satin paper, 100 x 70cm (39 1/2 x 27 5/8in), Framed: 114 x 88cm (44 7/8 x 34 5/8in). Copyright Claire Barclay. Courtesy the artist and Stephen Friedman Gallery, London

Helen CHADWICK, In the Kitchen (Stove), 1977. © The Estate of Helen Chadwick. Courtesy of Richard Saltoun Gallery, London

Sterling Crispin, No Fate​, 2019. Courtesy of False Flag

Chantal Joffe, Megan, 2010. Oil on canvas. Courtesy of Victoria Miro

Mateusz Szczypiński, Plague, 2020, painting, oil on canvas and collage, 80x70 cm. Courtesy of lokal 30. M z Szczy ń k is using old Polish magazines from 1960 and 1970 to build his utopian cities. This piece was created in March 2020 at the begging of the pandemic of COVID-19

View the benefit exhibition in the Non Profit section of Frieze Viewing Room from May 8 to 15. 

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