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London Diary

London Diary: 17 October

17 October 2014

Every morning until the end of Frieze, we’ll be rounding up some of the latest exhibition openings in London. Click here to view the whole series.

Until 17 December, at Frith Street Gallery

Frith Street Gallery is back on Frith Street, returning to its original premises 25 years after it first opened on the corner of Soho Square. They’re celebrating with an exhibition of major works from the gallery’s 25-year history, including pieces by Tacita Dean, Marlene Dumas and Cornelia Parker.

(2014), Thomas Schütte

Platinum Sketch Nr 5 (2014), Thomas Schütte

Irma Blank: To Be
Until 15 November, at Alison Jacques Gallery

Blank explores the ways in which the act of writing can affect and be translated into painting. This exhibition presents some of her earliest works alongside new creations.

(2001), Irma Blank

Ur-Schrift ovvero Avant-testo, 25-5-01 (2001), Irma Blank

Enrique Martínez Celaya: The Seaman’s Crop
Until 22 November, at Parafin

Martínez Celaya’s paintings, sculptures and installations are deliberately ambiguous. The artist sets the scene for a story with familiar backdrops, props and symbols, but you are never quite privy to the actual narrative.

(2014) Enrique Martínez Celaya

The Education (2014) Enrique Martínez Celaya

Multiplied Art Fair
Until 20 October, at Christie’s South Kensington

As galleries and artists vye for attention during Frieze week, bringing out the biggest and most eye-catching of works, Multiplied champions a different sort of project: it’s dedicated entirely to artists’ books, prints, and sculptural editions.

(2014), Laure Prouvost.

Ideally the Black of this Print would be a Breath-Taking Image (2014), Laure Prouvost. Courtesy of Whitechapel Gallery Limited Editions