FRIEZE ART FAIR 2011

Rodrigo Torres
Cut and paste bank notes
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Michael Wutz
Works in Berlin
He creates detailed etchings with amazing shading and mark making.
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John McCracken
b.1934
Lived and worked in Sante Fe/New Mexico and New York
The sculptures consist of plywood forms coated with fiberglass and layers of polyester resin.
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Takeshi Murata
‘Cyborg’
Pigment Print
2011
Shown by Salon 94

Takeshi Murata
b. 1974, Chicagi
Lives and works in Saugerties, New York
These photographs are just beautiful
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David Brian Smith
b. 1981 in Wolverhampton
Lives and works in London
Carl Freedman – representing gallery for David Brian Smith
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Ivan Seal
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Wangechi Mutu
b. 1972 in Nairobi, Kenya
Lives and works in New York
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Grayson Perry
b.1960 in Chelmsford
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Geta Bratescu
1986
collage on paper, tempera and colour
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João Modé
Case Belle-Îlle-en-mer
2010
wooden box, objects, drawings
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Cory Arcangel
Photoshop CS: 72 by 110 inches. 300 DPI, square pixels, default gradient “Blue, Red, Yellow”, mousedown y=2550 x=3000, mouseup y=0 x=22000
2011
                                                           unique c-print72 x 110 inches
Website: http://www.coryarcangel.com
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Michael St. John
2011
collage/assemblage/acrylic/spray paint/polymers
shown by Andrea Rosen Gallery
 b. Indianna, USA
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Haegue Yang 
Close up of
‘Acoustic of broken Karma
2011
Single shaft clothing rack on casters
Shown by Kukje Gallery

b. 1971
Lives and works in Berlin and Seoul
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View of an artwork at Frieze 2011
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Peter Liversidge
b.1973
Doppelganger (blue) 2004-20011 
Liversidge creates a shelf of found objects and also a shelf of hand made replica objects made from materials such as Newclay, DAS, paper, card, polystyrene, metal, acrylic paint, watercolour, gesso, foam coat and superglue.
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Katie Paterson
Light bulbs to Simulate…
289 bulbs with crate and logbook.
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Neil Gall
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Nick van Woert
2011
Brown Clay, Dial Hand Soap, Hair Gel, Key Food..

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Mark Wallinger
The White Horse3D print in marbelised resin 
2011
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Martin Creed
2011
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Pouran Jinchi
2011
Plexiglass and Permanent Marker
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Nina Beier
Portrait mode
2011
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Rachel Whiteread
‘A.M’
2011
Resin
Shown by Galleria Lorcan O’Neill



Who did this little figure?
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David Austen
Water colour on paper
Anthony Reynolds Gallery



Walid Raad
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Suling Wang
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Miriam Cahn
Shown by Elizabeth Dee
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I do not know who made this but it is really interesting. It has iron filings spiking out from a crevice in the stone
Marlene Dumas
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FOS
Thomas Poulsen
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Bjorn Dehlem
Exhibited by Sies and Hoke Gallery Dusseldorf
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This is a close up of a sculpture. I can’t find out the name of it, but is is so beautiful, I wanted to post it.
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David Hahlbrock
‘A possible Forrest..’
Wood
Shown by Johnengalerie.de
Trees made out of many other trees
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Jens Fange
The poison
 2011
oil on panel 59×65 cm
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Jerwood Drawing Prize


Nicki Rolls

“Sketch is a short 16mm film animation, projected onto a sketchbook. It depicts a street scene, but the figure and a white van exit the main image and traverse the other pages of the sketchbook and onto the wall behind. “



The Jerwood Drawing Prize is a really exciting and inspirational show to visit. I  particularly enjoyed looking at artwork by Nicki Rolls, who projects a 16mm film onto the open pages of a sketchbook. The film depicts  a suburban scene, with someone clearing up the streets, framed by trees and houses in the distance. A  man strolls by from the left, talking on his mobile. He travels across the open leaves of the sketch bookpages  and then disappears from view. A van also dips into the open pages and drives out of the sketchbook.


SimonLeahy-Clark

Another interesting artist who cuts out the stories, headlines and pictures from newspapers so that the skeleton of the paper only remains


Robert Battams

Robert Battam’s work in the Jerwood Drawing  exhibition, is created from perfectly shaped stacks of graph paper, meticulously cut and glued on top of one another. Layers of paper are fractionally set back from the one below to form contours and graduated recesses. He describes his work dealing with our separation from the real world and how virtual spaces influence our perceptions and experiences.