Frieze Exhibition October 2023

We are holding an exhibition that responds to the unique history, heritage and fabric of the All Saints Convent Chapel. Against the backdrop of the frescoed east wall by J. R. Clayton, which depicts the Crucifixion with attendant female saints, the installation will include painting, sculpture and sound to explore the existence of a hidden and subterranean corporality within the physical body. 

Frieze Week is the highly anticipated week in the cultural calendar when London’s premier art fairs are hosted within walking distance to The All Saints Convent Chapel in Regents Park. The week encompasses gallery, museum and institution openings as well as myriad collateral events taking place either related to the fair or in an auxiliary capacity. Frieze will take place from 11-15 October 2023. In recent years, Frieze has attracted over 60,000 visitors including curators, artists, collectors, gallerists and critics, as well as the general public. 

With a career spanning eight decades Louise Bourgeois is one of the most important artists of modern and contemporary art. She explored a variety of themes over the course of her long career including domesticity and the family, sexuality and the body, as well as death and the unconscious.  

Gideon Rubin is a painter of history and memory, via the human figure the artist explores the past and the present, the known and the unknowable, the personal and the universal. A master of his chosen medium, Rubin’s depictions all lack faces, like Bourgeois, he allows the viewer to project their own memories, narratives, experiences and histories onto his subjects. 

Brian Eno is a musician, producer, visual artist and activist who first came to international prominence in the early seventies as a founding member of British band, Roxy Music. It is often argued that Eno is the creator of ambient music, that is, music of moods and environments and sound as part of a quotidian experience. Eno is also a famous producer working with the likes of Talking Heads, U2, Laurie Anderson, Coldplay and more while his long list of collaborations include recordings with David Bowie, John Cale, David Byrne, Grace Jones, James Blake…

Beth Greenacre has over 20 years experience in the art market and is an experienced and trusted curator, advisor and consultant working with private and corporate collectors, commercial and non-for-profit organisations. Beth graduated from The Courtauld Institute of Art and Birkbeck University, from early in her career until the artists’ death, she was curator of the David Bowie collection.

Beth is curator of The AllBright and has curated exhibitions internationally from New York and London to Los Angeles and Hong Kong.

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