White Cube at Frieze London and Frieze Masters 2023
11 October - 15 October 2023
The Regent’s Park, London
In October 2023, White Cube returns to Frieze London and participates in Frieze Masters for the first time.
At Frieze Masters, the gallery shows a solo presentation of some 20 works by Mona Hatoum in the fair’s new ‘Studio’ section. Exploring the role of the workspace in the creative practices of five artists, ‘Studio’ is curated by Sheena Wagstaff and comprises historic and recent work by Hatoum including Jardin Public (1993), Webbed II (2002), Inside Out (2019) and Cells (tower) (2023).
At Frieze London, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, White Cube presents works by artists including Tunji Adeniyi-Jones, David Altmejd, Georg Baselitz, Bram Bogart, Tracey Emin, Cerith Wyn Evans, Sara Flores, Theaster Gates, Gilbert & George, Antony Gormley, Mona Hatoum, Al Held, Damien Hirst, Marguerite Humeau, Imi Knoebel, Ibrahim Mahama, Christian Marclay, Dóra Maurer, Tiona Nekkia McClodden, Sarah Morris, Park Seo-Bo, Jessica Rankin, Cinga Samson, Fred Tomaselli, Danh Vo and Jeff Wall.
Highlights from the booth include Gelbes Bein (1993 – 2021), a new bronze sculpture by Georg Baselitz, coinciding with his major solo exhibition at the Serpentine (4 October 2023 – 7 January 2024). Antony Gormley’s SKEIN, a cast iron sculpture from 2022, will also be on view ahead of the artist’s solo presentation at White Cube Bermondsey (22 November 2023 – 28 January 2024), alongside Gilbert & George’s REMAIN (2022) from THE CORPSING PICTURES, and Mona Hatoum’s Fossil Folly (group of 3) (2023), comprising three reimagined found oil barrels from the original installation conceived specifically for Sharjah Biennial 15: 'Thinking Historically in the Present'.
Further notable works include a large-scale painting by Tracey Emin, who will open her solo exhibition at White Cube’s new gallery space in New York next month (4 November 2023 – 13 January 2024), NEVER LET ME GO | VIII. Rupture (2023) by Tiona Nekkia McClodden, a leather and rope painting belonging to a series presented at Kunsthalle Basel this summer, as well as a new work by Marguerite Humeau.
Leila Alexander, Senior Director at White Cube said: ‘We are proud to have been a part of Frieze London since the very beginning. The fair remains one of the most important moments in the calendar and our success at last year’s edition was a testament to London’s continued strength and significance in the global art market.'
2023 also marks 30 years of White Cube. For this special year in our history, which has seen the launch of new galleries in New York and Seoul, it is also exciting to show at Frieze Masters for the first time. We look forward to presenting three decades of Mona Hatoum’s compelling, politically charged practice in a brand-new section of the fair.’
Posted: 12 October 2023
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