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In a two-week exhibition at the gallery, the creator of The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse responds to Paul Simon’s latest album Seven Psalms with seven new sketches

In July and August 2023, Frieze presents powerful works by three artists: Tamara Al-Mashouk, Stéphanie Brossard and Jesús Hilario-Reyes

NO.9 Cork Street

21-22 July

Counterpoints Arts, Dover Arts Development, Shubbak Festival and Frieze No.9 Cork Street are pleased to present I’d search forever, I want to remember, a multidisciplinary body of work by artist Tamara Al-Mashouk that asks if matter and place remember the way our bodies do.

The exhibition features a wave machine that contains water from the English Channel brought in as witness, a three-channel film that explores the psyche of a disused detention centre in Dover and a photographic series that engages with the shoreline as a site of poetic multiplicity.

The work presented is the result of a gathering of artists thinking and organising together. Manon Schwich, Sami El-Enany, Parker Heyl, Angus Frost, Lorella Bianco, Fadi Giha and Patricia Doors join Al-Mashouk in considering sites of solace within embodied experiences of hyper-politicisation.

This summer, discover an extended rumba jam session with live Afro-Cuban music, dance workshops, street food and more

In late June and July 2023, discover solo shows by renowned artists Rasheed Araeen and Jimmie Durham and a dual-artist exhibition by London-based Ella McVeigh and Konstantina Krikzoni

Explore shows by international artists including Dongwook Suh, Ahnnlee Lee, Yoonhee Choi, Khari Turner, Arpita Singh and Gee’s Bend quilting collective, among others

This month's displays from international galleries will feature solo shows by Korean filmmaker IM Heung-soon and multidisciplinary artist Ali Kazim, and a dual-artist exhibition by Tom Howse and Jone Kvie

The painter and film curator discuss their favourite YBA artists, Brexit and the renaissance of Margate, and Madonna’s iconic life and art collection

This month's pop-up shows from international galleries include an exhibition of Iranian artists titled 'Realism', works by Belgian artist Alice Frey and a group exhibition organised by Faridah Folawiyo centering works by Black female artists

Frieze's Mayfair gallery space will feature artists including Woo Hannah, Tom Howse, Y.Z. Kami, Ali Kazim, Abigail Lucien, Isabel Okoro, Emma Prempeh, Im Heung-soon, plus a trans* and non-binary reading night 'TISSUE' hosted by Sam Moore and Donna Marcus Duke

For the spring programme, Tiwani Contemporary will showcase a dual exhibition featuring works by Emma Prempeh and Abigail Lucien alongside a presentation by G Gallery of Woo Hannah's fabric installations

The artist and Sonic Youth musician chat about their longstanding friendship, favourite word in the English language and dream dinner party in the second instalment of the video series from Frieze No.9 Cork Street

The artist and director chats about his loves, hates and dreams in the first of a new video series from Frieze No.9 Cork Street

Barakat Contemporary (Seoul) presents solo exhibitions of three pioneering Korean artists Yunchul KimChung Seoyoung and Sojung Jun, from 1-17 December 2022.

Watch the artist’s specially commissioned spoken word performance at No. 9 Cork Street

In Collaboration with ANEST COLLECTIVE

A special interview hosted in collaboration with Kasmin Gallery on the occasion of the artist's exhibition James Nares: All I Know at Frieze No. 9 Cork Street, London

Through November, No.9 Cork Street will host pop-up shows including Brazilian Modern Design from Ulysses De Santi, as well as solo exhibitions from Various Small Fires (Los Angeles, Dallas, Seoul), Ross-Sutton Gallery (New York), and OSL Contemporary (Oslo).

Opening on 7 October until 22 October, Frieze's Mayfair gallery welcomes exhibitions from Kasmin (New York), blank (Cape Town), and Wilding Cran (Los Angeles), with various events taking place throughout Frieze week.

As part of Performance Exchange (8 - 10 July), Amanda Wilkinson Gallery presents performances of Ketty La Rocca (1938-1976) at No.9 Cork Street on 8 July 2022.

Offer Waterman and Turnbull Studio present a major retrospective of Turnbull’s works, opening 29 June to 20 July 2022, to celebrate the centenary of the artist’s birth