Our Best Picks of Frieze, London 2018

David Shrigley, Shopfront, 2018

Stephen Friedman Gallery presented the work of David Shrigley in the form of a shopfront display.

British artist David Shrigley created a neon art installation formed like a shopfront, which showcases four different elements of his work.

Idris Khan, The Existence of Beauty, 2018

London based Victoria Miro Gallery presented three of Idris Khans latest works, “The Existence of Beauty, 2018”, “Falling into the depth of the ground, 2018” and “Nothing to Believe, 2018”.


“Existence of Beauty” was displayed at the Victoria Miro Gallery stand and presented in 3 Glass sheets stamped with blue oil based ink.

Tracey Emin, I Thought About You, 2015 – 2018

Belgium’s Hufkens Gallery revealed one of Tracey Emins works ‘I Thought About You’, 2015.

The Xavier Hufkens Gallery stand showcased works by Tracey Emin, including one of her older acrylic on canvas works ‘I Thought About You’ (2015 – 2018).

David Shrigley, Endless Joint, 2017

“Endless joint” was presented at the Stephen Friedman Gallery along David Shrigley’s neon artwork, ‘Shopfront’.

Photo: Stephen Friedman Gallery

Photo: Stephen Friedman Gallery 

David Shrigleys “Endless Joint” was shown for the first time in the UK at Frieze, London. The artwork was revealed through a two sided digital screen, capturing the front and back of an animation.