Frieze London
13-17 October 2021
The Regent's Park
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A programme of performance curated by Languid Hands

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Frieze Sculpture at Regents Park

This year's edition brings together works of international artists including Ibrahim El-Salahi, Isamu Noguchi, Solange Pessoa and Rose Wylie 

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ruangrupa is a non-profit organization that strives to support the idea of art within urban and cultural context by involving artists and other disciplines.

The work of British-Japanese artist Simon Fujiwara (b.1982, London) offers a unique view into the mechanics of identity construction and the ‘industry of the individual’ in contemporary life.

Garrett Bradley's investigation into community unfolds between the art and film industries. She is joined by Arthur Jafa, to reflect on the possibilities of visual story-telling, social research, and the artworld as a place of film practice. 

Maria Hassabi is an artist and choreographer working with live performance, installation, sculpture, photography and video. Jimmy Robert's multidisciplinary practice encompasses performance, photography, film and collage, frequently collapsing distinctions between these mediums. 

Speculating on the fraught intersection between biology and identity, Jes Fan’s practice emerges from an affective inquiry into the concept of otherness. Rindon Johnson is an artist and poet.