Fathi Hassan, Magic Moon, mixed media on paper, 40 x 30 cm, 2023

Frieze 91 London: Walkthrough of June Shows at No.9 Cork Street, Led by Hammad Nasar

June 2024
London, United Kingdom

No 9 Cork Street invites Frieze 91 members to a walkthrough of the June exhibtions led by Hammad Nasar, curator, writer, researcher, and strategic advisor.

With the exhibitions;

Rameshwar Broota: Architectures of Momentum

Presented by Vadehra Art Gallery

Vadehra Art Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition of recent works by post-modernist painter and sculptor Rameshwar Broota on view at FRIEZE, No.9 Cork Street from 31 May – 15 June 2024. This is the artist’s first solo exhibition in London. Currently working in his revelatory period of abstraction, laborious means of layering paint and scraping the surface with a blade to create unique variations Rameshwar Broota is drawn to exploring an inner journey of the human condition motivated by deep self-awareness. His quintessentially in tone often leads to patterns and images emerging serendipitously in his compositions, which sometimes appear as a chaotic conclusion or genesis of time, technology, nature and mankind itself.


Presented by John Swarbrooke Fine Art

John Swarbrooke Fine Art is delighted to present Macabre, an exhibition inspired by Sussex artist Edward Burra’s lifetime fascination with the macabre. The otherworldliness of Burra’s pictures provides the starting point for this exhibition, which features a century of artworks exploring the theme of the macabre. The exhibition includes paintings, works on paper and sculpture by  Edward Burra, John Minton, Graham Sutherland, Elizabeth Frink, Michael Ayrton, Grayson Perry and Damien Hirst amongst others.

Fathi Hassan: Shifting Sands

Presented by The Sunderland Collection

The Sunderland Collection, a private collection of rare antique world and celestial maps, is thrilled to announce the inaugural exhibition of its newly launched Art Programme. Fathi Hassan: Shifting Sands will open during London Gallery Weekend at Frieze’s No.9 Cork Street gallery (31 May – 15 June 2024), showing a new body of work alongside historic works selected by the artist in response to the collection.

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