The temporary art city that is Frieze Art Fair has decamped from Regent's Park. The gallerists have departed, James Fujiwara's fantasy archeological dig
has been dug up, Spartacus Chetwynd's performative Cat Bus
has driven back to the depot and Annika Ström's Ten Embarrassed Men
have left the building. Adding to the post-Frieze hangover is the dismaying news that Tate Modern's spectacular Ai Weiwei installation of 100 million ceramic sunflower seeds – designed as an interactive installation to be trampled, sat on and played with – is now off-limits
due to health and safety concerns.
'House of the Nobleman' curators Wolfe Von Lenkiewicz and Victoria Golembiovskaya with Picasso's 'Femme au chapeau assise. Buste' But fear not - a number of our Frieze Week top contemporary art picks around London remain open.
There's one day left to visit the high end open-house-cum-gallery The House of the Nobleman,
in a renovated mansion in Regent's Park, a stone's throw away from the Frieze site.
Legendary performance artist Marina Abramović's exhibition at Lisson Gallery,
which opened last week, runs until mid-November, as does Christian Marclay’s 24-hour, single-channel video ‘The Clock'
at White Cube Mason's Yard. Other notable shows running into November include Mark Bradford at White Cube Hoxton,
the Victoria Miro Gallery shows
and Toby Zeigler
at the Zabludowicz Collection.
There's more time to see James Turrell's major exhibition
at Gagosian (until 10 December) and the eclectic Museum of Everything
runs until Christmas. For more tips, visit our Frieze Week Map.
At the Royal Academy, 'No New Thing Under the Sun',
an unusual small exhibition opens in the Tennant Gallery that combines pieces from the RA Collection with works by contemporary artists. Keep an eye on this blog for a forthcoming video interview with curator Gabriel Coxhead. You can still catch the last few days of Ian McKeever RA's intriguing Artists' Laboratory exhibition.
And stay tuned for Stephen Farthing RA's forthcoming exhibition, which is the second in the series.