in News | 10 MAY 22

Frieze 91 x London Gallery Weekend

Including late exhibition openings at No.9 Cork St and a special programme of events, the partnership will celebrate London’s art scene in all its dynamism

in News | 10 MAY 22

Join us at No.9 Cork Street in Mayfair on Friday 13 and Saturday 14 May to celebrate Frieze 91 and London Gallery Weekend.

London Gallery Weekend is the world’s largest event of its kind and unique among global gallery weekend events in its breadth and diversity of participating galleries. For its second edition, London Gallery Weekend is partnering with Frieze 91, our new, year-round membership programme, designed to bring together a global community through a shared passion for art. 

Events include late openings, drinks and artist tours at No.9 Cork Street on Friday 13 and Saturday 14 May, which everyone is welcome to enjoy until 8pm. In addition, Frieze 91 has collaborated on a special programme of events for its members, celebrating London's vibrant art scene. 

Sejin Kim 김세진, Messenger(s) 전령(들), 2019, 2-channel 3D motion graphic video on each OLED & LED Monitor, stereo sound, LED lights. Courtesy the artist and Gallery Baton
Sejin Kim 김세진, Messenger(s) 전령(들), 2019, 2-channel 3D motion graphic video on each OLED & LED Monitor, stereo sound, LED lights. Courtesy the artist and Gallery Baton

No.9 Cork Street features pop-up exhibitions from international galleries. For London Gallery Weekend,  Seoul-based Gallery Baton presents 'Indexing the Nature: From Near and Far Away', featuring  Liam Gillick, Koh San Keum, Kim Bohie, Song Burnsoo, Bae Yoon Hwan, Hoh Woo Jung, Yuichi Hikaro, Koen van der Broek, Bin Woo Hyuk, Choi Soojung, Max Frisinger, and Sejin Kim.

Gallery Poggi (Paris) also shows ‘Territories of Abstraction’, exploring landscape in the context of political, sociological and cultural issues. Highlights includes leading Ukrainian artist Nikita Kadan; the iconic series Fait (Aftermath) that Sophie Ristelhueber made during the Gulf War; plus works by Kapwani Kiwanga, Sidival Fila, Vera Pagava and duo Ittah Yoda, who will be giving tours on 13 and 14 May.

Explore the London Gallery Weekend Programme at No.9 Cork Street here

Justine Simons, Deputy Mayor for Culture and the Creative Industries said: “I’m delighted and excited that London Gallery Weekend is back and bigger than ever. With more than 150 galleries taking part there is something for everyone, from contemporary painting to sculpture, from the world’s finest artists to the newest emerging talent. London is a global powerhouse when it comes to art and this weekend is a fantastic showcase of the incredible galleries we have here in the capital – and all for free!” 

About Frieze 91
Frieze 91 is a year-round membership programme that connects you with the most exciting artists of today and masters of the past. Benefits include VIP access to Frieze Fairs, invitations to bespoke events including artist studio visits, exhibition tours and curated city breaks. 

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Pictured at top of page: Kapwani Kiwanga, Phytolacca composition 1, 2021. Four chains of varying diameters. Four handmade solid silver sculptures (one phytolacca Americana flower, three phytolacca Americana leaves). Unique work. Variable dimensions © Aurélien Mole. Courtesy Galerie Poggi, Paris

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