The recognized Frieze Fair, in London, opens its 16th edition from October 4th to 7th in Regent’s Park. The event will gather 160 international appreciated galleries, including six Brazilian ones: Gentil Carioca (Rio de Janeiro), Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel (Rio de Janeiro/São Paulo), Jaqueline Martins (São Paulo), Mendes Wood DM (São Paulo), Luisa Strina Gallery (São Paulo) e Vermelho (São Paulo).
This year’s edition presents, as an important section, “Social Work”, in which galleries exhibit pieces from women who made during the 1980s and 1990s any relevant innovation against conservative ideas through their art.
Vivian Caccuri is a significant Brazilian name that takes place at Frieze. On Wednesday, the 3rd, she will participate in a “live” presenting “Mosquitos also cry”. It is – as she is recognized for – an auditory artwork in which Vivian questions mosquitos’ buzz and humans’ perceptions from the ‘annoying sound’.
Vivian also participates into the programme ‘Control ~’, inspired by the idea of usual life organized by the Excel function that unlocks all formulas through this command, such as ‘how democracy works’ explanation or ‘how flows of money work’, as Vivian supports. Curated by Diana Campbell Betancourt (Samdani Art Foundation/Dhaka Art Summit), the sector “Live” reunites 13 artists into this concept.
Frieze Fair, collective with 160 international art galleries
On exhibition from October 4th to 7th, 2018
Opening hours: Tue, 12pm-8pm; Thu, 5pm-8pm; Fri- Sat, 12pm-7pm; Sun, 12pm-6pm