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All the fun of the fair: exclusive photos from London’s big art week

Posted at 6:00 pm, October 14, 2011 in Arts & Entertainment
Pierre Huyghe, Recollection, 2011, © Linda Nylind Courtesy of Linda Nylind Frieze

This week London is alive with art action. As Frieze Art Fair (above) takes over Regent’s Park, there are other art fairs springing up all over town for your browsing pleasure. Here are some of our fave photos so far.

Frieze Art Fair (October 13-16)

François Ghebaly Gallery Frieze Art Fair 2011© Linda Nylind Frieze

Let’s hope this little chap doesn’t get nightmares from the François Ghebaly Gallery exhibit.

Michael Landy, Thomas Dane Gallery, 2011 Frieze Art Fair 2011© Linda Nylind

Oh you didn’t want your credit card, did you?! Michael Landy’s sculpture will take your money, crunch it up and give you an ‘art work’.

The Chapman Brothers, White Cube, 2011 Frieze Art Fair 2011© Linda Nylind Frieze
The Chapman Brothers are up to their usual gruesome tricks at The White Cube.

Sunday Art Fair (October 13-16)

This large free fair of young international galleries is back for its second year at Ambika P3.

Sunday Fair

Anyone care for a seat?

Sunday Art Fair

You’ve been framed.

Engine food truck at Sunday

Refreshments for the weary art wanderers.

Moniker Art Fair (October 13-16)

Fine art goes urban in Shoreditch’s Village Underground.

Best|Ever at MonikerArt Fair

Art works below in progress by Best|Ever.

D*face Mural outside Village Underground

D*Face mural greets visitors on their way in.

Sluice Art Fair (October 15-16)

Newcomer Sluice showcases not-for profit spaces and young galleries in 26 South Molton Lane.

Over and over and over! Simon Linington and William Mackrell

Fancy a game or two?

Richard Paul, Gumdiver. Image courtesy Theodore:Art

Minty refreshment from Richard Paul.

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