London Frieze Week
Max Zorn exhibits during London Frieze Week with live demonstration in the heart of Brick Lane art district
“What has come to be known as Frieze Week is the time the international arts world converges on London, when a dizzying array of fairs, galleries and special exhibitions vie for the attention of collectors.” – New York Times
It’s always a packed weekend during London Frieze when Stick Together Gallery arrives to exhibit in fall within the Old Truman Brewery walls adorned by the creative curating from the annual and edgy Moniker Art Fair. Max Zorn’s scheduled live performances pack in crowds, as well as premiering new works for the upcoming year and racking sales with UK collectors.
“Still, no one could doubt the courage of Max Zorn at Stick Together gallery as he created an image in situ entirely out of masking tape. Once turned over, the results are shiny, comic-sharp images whose Hollywood-noir glamour gives them the air of sepia film-stills,” wrote the Financial Times.
In the Press:
Financial Times, “Frieze satellite fairs: Sunday, Moniker, The Other Art Fair”
By Rachel Spence
New York Times, “London Seeks to Prove Frieze Week Isn’t Just for V.I.P.s“, By SCOTT REYBURN
The Standard, “Moniker Art Fair: Brick Lane street art fair triples in size as value of work skyrockets“, by ROBERT DEX
Art Net, “London’s Street Art Fair Moniker Broke Records on Its Opening Night“, By Naomi Rea