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From rare Indian and Islamic ancient art to photographic portraits by Mauro Restiffe and works by Neïl Beloufa

in Frieze London & Frieze Masters | 16 OCT 21

Explore an expanded list of Frieze London and Frieze Masters presenting digital-only exhibitions on Frieze Viewing Room

Edouard Sacaillan, Funfare, 2020
Edouard Sacaillan, Funfare, 2020, acrylic on canvas. Courtesy of Kalfayan Galleries

Galerie Barbara Weiss presents works by Andreas Siekmann and Cudelice Brazelton.

Galerie Gisela Capitain presents works by Uwe Henneken, known for his images lonesome figures and fabulous creatures, roaming through illustrious, Arcadian landscapes

Kalfayan Galleries Highlights artists from Greece, the Balkans and the MENAM region.

A group presentation including works by Rindon Johnson, Candice Lin and Neïl Beloufa amongst others at François Ghebaly 

Photography by Mauro Restiffe, exploring a broad concept of the portrait genre, presented by Fortes D'Aloia & Gabriel.

Mauro Restiffe, Lianna na cama, 2018. Gelatin Silver Print. Courtesy of
Mauro Restiffe, Lianna na cama, 2018. Gelatin Silver Print. Courtesy of Fortes D'Aloia & Gabriel

Project 88 presents a selection of artworks by Hemali Bhuta, Mahesh Baliga and Tom Vattakuzhy, amongst others, that invite reconsiderations of our sensorial and perceptual frameworks through closer examinations of seemingly mundane details, discrepancies, and realities within our daily lives.

Works by Miriam Cahn, Katinka Bock and others at Jan Zöller at Meyer Riegger.

A group show with works by Sol Calero and Ruth Wolf-Rehfeld amongst others, at ChertLüdde supplemented by a newly launched newsapeper, Drawn Between The Lines.

Jenkins Johnson Gallery presents artists who explore social and political issues, connecting past and current moments, including Aïda Muluneh, Julian Opie and Ming Smith; alongside emerging artists such as Veronica Fernandez, Alex Jackson and Carmen Neely.

Aïda Muluneh, Both Sides, (Memory of Hope Series), 2017. photograph printed on Hahnemuehle Photo Rag Bright White
Aïda Muluneh, Both Sides, (Memory of Hope Series), 2017, photograph printed on Hahnemuehle Photo Rag Bright White. Courtesy of Jenkins Johnson Gallery

An exquisite selection of French, German and Italian Renaissance Gothic sculpture, and Italian and Flemish Baroque sculpture at Galerie Sismann.

‘Expanded Geometry’ presented by Van Doren Waxter brings to light a dynamic, and formal conversation occurring between historic works by Richard Diebenkorn, Elizabeth Murray, Hedda Sterne and Jack Tworkov among others. 

Paris-based dealer Alexis Renard showcases rare Indian and Islamic antiquities, including a Jade Ottoman dagger handle, and a bronze Buddha sculpture, one of the oldest Chinese representations of the Buddha, dating back to the Six Dynasties period.

Early Chinese sculpture of the Buddha, China, Six Dynasties, 4th-6th Century
Early Chinese sculpture of the Buddha, China, Six Dynasties, 4th-6th Century. Courtesy of Alexis Renard


A selection of works by Argentinean pioneer artist Anita Payró devoted to early geometric abstraction in Latin America, at Herlitzka + Faria.

Frieze Viewing Room-only Exhibitors

Galerie Barbara Weiss
Galerie Gisela Capitain
Kalfayan Galleries
François Ghebaly
Fortes D'Aloia & Gabriel
Project 88
Meyer Riegger
Jenkins Johnson Gallery
Galerie Sismann
Van Doren Waxter
Alexis Renard
Herlitzka + Faria

Frieze Viewing Room runs 13-17 October, register and start exploring.


Main image: Anita Payró, Reflorecimiento, 1970, Acrylic on canvas. Courtesy of Herlitzka + Faria