Some of Our Favourites at the World-renowned Art Fair Another year, another cornucopia of established and upcoming artistic talent to submerge ourselves in at Frieze London: we explored the enigmatic white-canopied pop-up space in Regent’s Park that serves as the annual gallery of work for over 1,000 of the leading names in contemporary art. From Shanghai to Berlin, these artists converged on London last weekend, and we’re already waiting on tenterhooks to see what this broad array of talents have in store for the upcoming months. For those of you who missed, it The Plus have got your back: see below for our compilation of some of the best we found at London’s Frieze 2016. James Turrell, Stewart Island Elliptical Wide Glass, 2015 LED light, etched glass and shallow space, 50 3/4 x 82 inches Peter Bosnisch Ouyang Chun, China Mirtazapine, 1999-2004 Oil on canvas, 250 x 280 cm each (35 pieces) Johan Creten, Belgium (lives and works in Paris) Glory – Deep End, 2016 Gold lustre on glazed stoneware, 102 x 75 x 23 cm William Kentridge Small Silhouette 72 & Head, 2016 Stainless Streel Hand Painted Black 116 x 69 cm & 159 x 118 cm, Edition of 4 Bridget Eiley Light Shade 1, 2016 Acrylic on polyester, 129.8 x 150 cm Toba Khedoori Untitled (overpass), 1994 Oil and wax on paper, overall: 137 1/2 x 234 inches Sebastian Stohrer Evan Holloway Ocho, 2016 Aluminium, paint, light bulbs and fixtures, writing, lighting controller, 87 x 21 x 16 inches Child Meireles Fontes, 2016 wooden box, aluminium and plastic watch, cut numbers pic Edition: 100, Clock: 20.3 x 4 cm Ghana Amer Portrait with one Earring, 2016 Acrylic, embroidery and gel medium on canvas, 42 x 42 inches Yayoi Kunama Women in the Midnight, 2015 Silkscreen on canvas, 130.3 x 162 cm Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Comment comments policy - Please don't leave racist, homophobic, sexist or other offensive comments. - Please don't use any offensive words. - Please don't use this comments section for self promotion. - Please don't get too personal.