Frieze Art Fair
Frieze Art Fair features over 170 of the most exciting contemporary art galleries
in the world. The fair also includes specially commissioned artists’ projects, a prestigious talks programme and an artist-led education schedule.
New opening times
12pm – 7pm (Thu – Sat)
12pm – 6pm (Sun)
1pm – 7pm (Thu – Sat)
1pm – 6pm (Sun)
Groups: Timed entry only
Following our hugely successful debut last year, Moniker is back to shake up London’s art fair scene once again highlighting the international scope of street art and beyond. Moniker was responsible for putting East London on the art fair map in 2010, challenging traditional conventions with both gallery exhibits and further signature project spaces ready to whet the appetites of the art crowds. With over 10,000 people walking through its doors last year, Moniker is set to bombard the scene once again, with a matchless assemblage of artists and galleries who are often overlooked by mainstream art fairs. Moniker has become recognised by those in tune with international art trends, along with collectors, critics and art lovers alike.
Moniker will take place in October this year at Village Underground, Shoreditch from the 13th–16th of October. In addition, Moniker Projects will continue with its philosophy of commissioning a series of offsite projects including public artworks, educational workshops and film screenings, offering visitors a number of opportunities to get involved and be informed.
Thursday October 13
Friday October 14
Saturday October 15
Sunday October 16
5pm–7pm Private View – guest list only
Jealous Print Studio/Moniker
Projects ‘Cash For Your Warhol’
Cocktails & canapés courtesy of Absolut and wagamama
Free admission 7pm–9pm
The Factory Project
The Hospital Club in association with West London Art Factory presents Factory Project. This new exhibition in the Gallery will showcase the best of British urban and contemporary art.
Featuring work from Inkie, Fin Dac, Zeus, Carne Griffiths, Georgie Morton-Clark, Ben Slow, Cosmo Sarson, Danny O’Connor, Milo, Joanna Scislowicz, Belinda Frikh, Laura Tinald, Warren Fox and Jewel.
Opens 13th October 2001 at The Hospital Club Gallery. This exhibition is open to the public so there is no limit on member guests.
11th October 2011 – 25th October 2011
We are delighted to announce our return to The Old Vic Tunnels this year from 10th until 25th October. Countering the staid events of Frieze, this venue situated in the deepest, darkest depths below Waterloo Station will transform into an extension of Lazarides gallery with the addition of an underground restaurant staged by German culinary experts Pret A Diner.
Drawing inspiration from the ancient Greek legend of The Minotaur, visitors will experience original installations by Stanley Donwood, Jonathan Yeo, Antony Micallef, Conor Harrington, Doug Foster, 3D, Ian Francis, ATMA, Zevs, Michael Najjar and Lucy McLauchlan. And alongside the exhibition, we will be turning it up a notch through our collaboration with Pret A Diner. Bringing together some of the best chefs in the world, the underground dining experience will feature creative cuisine from Michelin-starred chefs Nuno Mendes (Viajante, London), Matthias Schmidt (Villa Merton, Frankfurt) and Juan Amador, (Amador, Mannheim).
Tickets to The Minotaur exhibition: £5. A £1 restoration levy is included in the ticket. Free entry to under 16s. A three course meal at PRET A DINER including entrance to the exhibition will be priced at £75. Bookings will be available at
7pm and 9pm.
Venue information: The Old Vic Tunnels, Station Approach Road, London SE1 8SW Please visit The Old Vic Tunnels’ site for directions from Waterloo Station.
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For more information, please read the press release. And for future revelations, follow our Minotaur Twitter account for real-time updates or check the Minotaur site.
Dimensional Paintings by Adam Neate @ Elms Lesters
DIMENSIONAL PAINTINGS BY ADAM NEATE
4 – 29 October 2011
Tuesday – Friday 11am – 7pm . Saturday 11am – 5pm
New works by Adam Neate.
“..By creating a series of dimensional paintings that invoke a sense of compelling facets through the mixed use of textures and materials against and ensemble of rich colour and imagery, the overall effect is affected by and reacting to the light and space around it.
Viewers are drawn into a series of extremely human accounts of day-to-day life experience, from relationship angst to pulling into a fast food drive-thru. One can say with conviction that this unassuming 33-year-old is a genius, having developed his own language of dimensional painting over the past four years that renders ordinary life tales extraordinary. Not unsurprising that Neate is garnering a Pied Piper-like following of collectors throughout Europe, USA and Asia…” Tony Gill – VOLT
Have fun in London!