12/10/2021
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
Frieze Week Gallery Trail
The long-awaited moment has finally arrived.

The long-awaited moment has finally arrived. Frieze Week 2021 is back with a boom as London opens up its finest shows in conjunction with Frieze Art Fair. This week, you can satisfy your art cravings on a budget with the gowithYamo curated Frieze Week Gallery Trail, so head towards central London for a diverse selection of exhibitions - all completely free. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries before 18/10/2021 to get a reward! Please remember to check opening times of each gallery in advance and note that you may need to book a timed ticket entry.

Helen Marten: Sparrows On The Stone | Sadie Coles Gallery, 04.09. – 30.10.2021.

The complex and fun installation in Sadie Coles is courtesy of artist Helen Marten. Bursting with references and intriguing configurations, the show consists  of 12 paintings, 2 floor based sculptures and 14 works on paper, with plenty to explore and wonder about in the gallery space.

The Rage in which we Live (wine willow), 2021.nylon paint on fabric, aluminium, ash frame, steel, MDF, plywood, dry transfers, silkscreened aluminium, plastic bottle, glass bottles, Jesmonite, embroidered fabric

Tacita Dean: The Dante Project / One hundred and fifty years of painting |  Frith Street Gallery, 17.09. – 13.11.2021.


Frith Street Gallery in Golden Square features new exciting works by the established artist Tacita Dean. The new works are related to a forthcoming design project for The Royal Ballet featuring the scenes from Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy. The upper floor of the gallery consists of 8 panels of monochrome photogravures, followed by large scale photographs of jacaranda trees with another 10 hand printed screen prints. Each installation represents hell, purgatory and heaven as narrated by Dante. In the basement of the gallery, the artist shows a new film ‘One hundred and fifty years of painting’, consisting of conversations between two painters, Julie Mehretu and the late Luchita Hurtado. In other words, it is an excellent choice for those who love ballet, Dante and painting.

Installation view, Tacita Dean, The Dante Project / One hundred and fifty years of painting, Golden Square, Frith Street Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

Marina Abramovic: Seven Deaths | Lisson Gallery, Cork Street, 14.09. - 17.10.2021.

For the fans of performance art, Lisson Gallery currently has Seven Deaths by Marina Abramovic on display in both its spaces. One of the exhibitions is located in Cork Street, the gallery’s new space. Mixing both performance and song with sculpture, this is a treat for all lovers of contemporary art and not to be missed during Frieze Week.

PS. Don’t forget to visit the Lisson Street gallery as well to see the second part of the exhibition!

Marina Abramovic, Seven Deaths: The Leap, 2020-21

Group Show: Making It – Women and Abstract Sculpture | Waddington Custot Gallery, 01.10. –

13.11.2021.

For the attention of all sculpture lovers is this wonderful group exhibition of female artists from the 60’s and 70’s. The sculptors in the show developed their work during the second wave of feminism, experimenting with new sculpture-making techniques while  challenging notions of what constitutes as a sculpture. From gold leaf on linen to marble and steel wire rope, this exhibition is a must-see.

Give Up / Family Trees / I Dare Not Appear | No.9 Gallery, 08.10. - 23.10.2021.

The long-standing magazine publisher turned art fair has a new gallery space in Cork Street. This new art hub has 3 exhibitions currently on show – in gallery 1, Christopher Myers, the multimedia artist and author who loves storytelling; in gallery 2, a group show featuring works by Danielle Dean, EJ Hill, Nikita Gale and P.Staff with variety of artworks and themes to explore; and in gallery 3, are the works by Elisabeth Wild and Vivian Suter. Go ahead and immerse yourself in the variety of artistic practices.

Elisabeth Wild, Untitled (162), 2017.

Group Show: Hawala | Paradise Row Gallery, 16.09. – 29.10.2021.

The small and beautifully curated group exhibition, located just off Davies Street and across Gagosian Gallery, is a hidden little gem. The premise of the exhibition revolves around an informal money system in South Asia, blockchain technology and puts a spotlight on how connected all things are. The exhibition consists of paintings, sculptures, neon lights, prints and clothing, which will rotate during its run.

Rithika Pandey, Loving you at the space of separation between our Interlude and Event, 2021. Acrylic on canvas.

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12/10/2021
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
Frieze Week Gallery Trail
The long-awaited moment has finally arrived.

The long-awaited moment has finally arrived. Frieze Week 2021 is back with a boom as London opens up its finest shows in conjunction with Frieze Art Fair. This week, you can satisfy your art cravings on a budget with the gowithYamo curated Frieze Week Gallery Trail, so head towards central London for a diverse selection of exhibitions - all completely free. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries before 18/10/2021 to get a reward! Please remember to check opening times of each gallery in advance and note that you may need to book a timed ticket entry.

Helen Marten: Sparrows On The Stone | Sadie Coles Gallery, 04.09. – 30.10.2021.

The complex and fun installation in Sadie Coles is courtesy of artist Helen Marten. Bursting with references and intriguing configurations, the show consists  of 12 paintings, 2 floor based sculptures and 14 works on paper, with plenty to explore and wonder about in the gallery space.

The Rage in which we Live (wine willow), 2021.nylon paint on fabric, aluminium, ash frame, steel, MDF, plywood, dry transfers, silkscreened aluminium, plastic bottle, glass bottles, Jesmonite, embroidered fabric

Tacita Dean: The Dante Project / One hundred and fifty years of painting |  Frith Street Gallery, 17.09. – 13.11.2021.


Frith Street Gallery in Golden Square features new exciting works by the established artist Tacita Dean. The new works are related to a forthcoming design project for The Royal Ballet featuring the scenes from Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy. The upper floor of the gallery consists of 8 panels of monochrome photogravures, followed by large scale photographs of jacaranda trees with another 10 hand printed screen prints. Each installation represents hell, purgatory and heaven as narrated by Dante. In the basement of the gallery, the artist shows a new film ‘One hundred and fifty years of painting’, consisting of conversations between two painters, Julie Mehretu and the late Luchita Hurtado. In other words, it is an excellent choice for those who love ballet, Dante and painting.

Installation view, Tacita Dean, The Dante Project / One hundred and fifty years of painting, Golden Square, Frith Street Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

Marina Abramovic: Seven Deaths | Lisson Gallery, Cork Street, 14.09. - 17.10.2021.

For the fans of performance art, Lisson Gallery currently has Seven Deaths by Marina Abramovic on display in both its spaces. One of the exhibitions is located in Cork Street, the gallery’s new space. Mixing both performance and song with sculpture, this is a treat for all lovers of contemporary art and not to be missed during Frieze Week.

PS. Don’t forget to visit the Lisson Street gallery as well to see the second part of the exhibition!

Marina Abramovic, Seven Deaths: The Leap, 2020-21

Group Show: Making It – Women and Abstract Sculpture | Waddington Custot Gallery, 01.10. –

13.11.2021.

For the attention of all sculpture lovers is this wonderful group exhibition of female artists from the 60’s and 70’s. The sculptors in the show developed their work during the second wave of feminism, experimenting with new sculpture-making techniques while  challenging notions of what constitutes as a sculpture. From gold leaf on linen to marble and steel wire rope, this exhibition is a must-see.

Give Up / Family Trees / I Dare Not Appear | No.9 Gallery, 08.10. - 23.10.2021.

The long-standing magazine publisher turned art fair has a new gallery space in Cork Street. This new art hub has 3 exhibitions currently on show – in gallery 1, Christopher Myers, the multimedia artist and author who loves storytelling; in gallery 2, a group show featuring works by Danielle Dean, EJ Hill, Nikita Gale and P.Staff with variety of artworks and themes to explore; and in gallery 3, are the works by Elisabeth Wild and Vivian Suter. Go ahead and immerse yourself in the variety of artistic practices.

Elisabeth Wild, Untitled (162), 2017.

Group Show: Hawala | Paradise Row Gallery, 16.09. – 29.10.2021.

The small and beautifully curated group exhibition, located just off Davies Street and across Gagosian Gallery, is a hidden little gem. The premise of the exhibition revolves around an informal money system in South Asia, blockchain technology and puts a spotlight on how connected all things are. The exhibition consists of paintings, sculptures, neon lights, prints and clothing, which will rotate during its run.

Rithika Pandey, Loving you at the space of separation between our Interlude and Event, 2021. Acrylic on canvas.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
12/10/2021
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
Frieze Week Gallery Trail
The long-awaited moment has finally arrived.

The long-awaited moment has finally arrived. Frieze Week 2021 is back with a boom as London opens up its finest shows in conjunction with Frieze Art Fair. This week, you can satisfy your art cravings on a budget with the gowithYamo curated Frieze Week Gallery Trail, so head towards central London for a diverse selection of exhibitions - all completely free. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries before 18/10/2021 to get a reward! Please remember to check opening times of each gallery in advance and note that you may need to book a timed ticket entry.

Helen Marten: Sparrows On The Stone | Sadie Coles Gallery, 04.09. – 30.10.2021.

The complex and fun installation in Sadie Coles is courtesy of artist Helen Marten. Bursting with references and intriguing configurations, the show consists  of 12 paintings, 2 floor based sculptures and 14 works on paper, with plenty to explore and wonder about in the gallery space.

The Rage in which we Live (wine willow), 2021.nylon paint on fabric, aluminium, ash frame, steel, MDF, plywood, dry transfers, silkscreened aluminium, plastic bottle, glass bottles, Jesmonite, embroidered fabric

Tacita Dean: The Dante Project / One hundred and fifty years of painting |  Frith Street Gallery, 17.09. – 13.11.2021.


Frith Street Gallery in Golden Square features new exciting works by the established artist Tacita Dean. The new works are related to a forthcoming design project for The Royal Ballet featuring the scenes from Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy. The upper floor of the gallery consists of 8 panels of monochrome photogravures, followed by large scale photographs of jacaranda trees with another 10 hand printed screen prints. Each installation represents hell, purgatory and heaven as narrated by Dante. In the basement of the gallery, the artist shows a new film ‘One hundred and fifty years of painting’, consisting of conversations between two painters, Julie Mehretu and the late Luchita Hurtado. In other words, it is an excellent choice for those who love ballet, Dante and painting.

Installation view, Tacita Dean, The Dante Project / One hundred and fifty years of painting, Golden Square, Frith Street Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

Marina Abramovic: Seven Deaths | Lisson Gallery, Cork Street, 14.09. - 17.10.2021.

For the fans of performance art, Lisson Gallery currently has Seven Deaths by Marina Abramovic on display in both its spaces. One of the exhibitions is located in Cork Street, the gallery’s new space. Mixing both performance and song with sculpture, this is a treat for all lovers of contemporary art and not to be missed during Frieze Week.

PS. Don’t forget to visit the Lisson Street gallery as well to see the second part of the exhibition!

Marina Abramovic, Seven Deaths: The Leap, 2020-21

Group Show: Making It – Women and Abstract Sculpture | Waddington Custot Gallery, 01.10. –

13.11.2021.

For the attention of all sculpture lovers is this wonderful group exhibition of female artists from the 60’s and 70’s. The sculptors in the show developed their work during the second wave of feminism, experimenting with new sculpture-making techniques while  challenging notions of what constitutes as a sculpture. From gold leaf on linen to marble and steel wire rope, this exhibition is a must-see.

Give Up / Family Trees / I Dare Not Appear | No.9 Gallery, 08.10. - 23.10.2021.

The long-standing magazine publisher turned art fair has a new gallery space in Cork Street. This new art hub has 3 exhibitions currently on show – in gallery 1, Christopher Myers, the multimedia artist and author who loves storytelling; in gallery 2, a group show featuring works by Danielle Dean, EJ Hill, Nikita Gale and P.Staff with variety of artworks and themes to explore; and in gallery 3, are the works by Elisabeth Wild and Vivian Suter. Go ahead and immerse yourself in the variety of artistic practices.

Elisabeth Wild, Untitled (162), 2017.

Group Show: Hawala | Paradise Row Gallery, 16.09. – 29.10.2021.

The small and beautifully curated group exhibition, located just off Davies Street and across Gagosian Gallery, is a hidden little gem. The premise of the exhibition revolves around an informal money system in South Asia, blockchain technology and puts a spotlight on how connected all things are. The exhibition consists of paintings, sculptures, neon lights, prints and clothing, which will rotate during its run.

Rithika Pandey, Loving you at the space of separation between our Interlude and Event, 2021. Acrylic on canvas.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
12/10/2021
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
Frieze Week Gallery Trail
The long-awaited moment has finally arrived.

The long-awaited moment has finally arrived. Frieze Week 2021 is back with a boom as London opens up its finest shows in conjunction with Frieze Art Fair. This week, you can satisfy your art cravings on a budget with the gowithYamo curated Frieze Week Gallery Trail, so head towards central London for a diverse selection of exhibitions - all completely free. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries before 18/10/2021 to get a reward! Please remember to check opening times of each gallery in advance and note that you may need to book a timed ticket entry.

Helen Marten: Sparrows On The Stone | Sadie Coles Gallery, 04.09. – 30.10.2021.

The complex and fun installation in Sadie Coles is courtesy of artist Helen Marten. Bursting with references and intriguing configurations, the show consists  of 12 paintings, 2 floor based sculptures and 14 works on paper, with plenty to explore and wonder about in the gallery space.

The Rage in which we Live (wine willow), 2021.nylon paint on fabric, aluminium, ash frame, steel, MDF, plywood, dry transfers, silkscreened aluminium, plastic bottle, glass bottles, Jesmonite, embroidered fabric

Tacita Dean: The Dante Project / One hundred and fifty years of painting |  Frith Street Gallery, 17.09. – 13.11.2021.


Frith Street Gallery in Golden Square features new exciting works by the established artist Tacita Dean. The new works are related to a forthcoming design project for The Royal Ballet featuring the scenes from Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy. The upper floor of the gallery consists of 8 panels of monochrome photogravures, followed by large scale photographs of jacaranda trees with another 10 hand printed screen prints. Each installation represents hell, purgatory and heaven as narrated by Dante. In the basement of the gallery, the artist shows a new film ‘One hundred and fifty years of painting’, consisting of conversations between two painters, Julie Mehretu and the late Luchita Hurtado. In other words, it is an excellent choice for those who love ballet, Dante and painting.

Installation view, Tacita Dean, The Dante Project / One hundred and fifty years of painting, Golden Square, Frith Street Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

Marina Abramovic: Seven Deaths | Lisson Gallery, Cork Street, 14.09. - 17.10.2021.

For the fans of performance art, Lisson Gallery currently has Seven Deaths by Marina Abramovic on display in both its spaces. One of the exhibitions is located in Cork Street, the gallery’s new space. Mixing both performance and song with sculpture, this is a treat for all lovers of contemporary art and not to be missed during Frieze Week.

PS. Don’t forget to visit the Lisson Street gallery as well to see the second part of the exhibition!

Marina Abramovic, Seven Deaths: The Leap, 2020-21

Group Show: Making It – Women and Abstract Sculpture | Waddington Custot Gallery, 01.10. –

13.11.2021.

For the attention of all sculpture lovers is this wonderful group exhibition of female artists from the 60’s and 70’s. The sculptors in the show developed their work during the second wave of feminism, experimenting with new sculpture-making techniques while  challenging notions of what constitutes as a sculpture. From gold leaf on linen to marble and steel wire rope, this exhibition is a must-see.

Give Up / Family Trees / I Dare Not Appear | No.9 Gallery, 08.10. - 23.10.2021.

The long-standing magazine publisher turned art fair has a new gallery space in Cork Street. This new art hub has 3 exhibitions currently on show – in gallery 1, Christopher Myers, the multimedia artist and author who loves storytelling; in gallery 2, a group show featuring works by Danielle Dean, EJ Hill, Nikita Gale and P.Staff with variety of artworks and themes to explore; and in gallery 3, are the works by Elisabeth Wild and Vivian Suter. Go ahead and immerse yourself in the variety of artistic practices.

Elisabeth Wild, Untitled (162), 2017.

Group Show: Hawala | Paradise Row Gallery, 16.09. – 29.10.2021.

The small and beautifully curated group exhibition, located just off Davies Street and across Gagosian Gallery, is a hidden little gem. The premise of the exhibition revolves around an informal money system in South Asia, blockchain technology and puts a spotlight on how connected all things are. The exhibition consists of paintings, sculptures, neon lights, prints and clothing, which will rotate during its run.

Rithika Pandey, Loving you at the space of separation between our Interlude and Event, 2021. Acrylic on canvas.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
12/10/2021
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
Frieze Week Gallery Trail
The long-awaited moment has finally arrived.

The long-awaited moment has finally arrived. Frieze Week 2021 is back with a boom as London opens up its finest shows in conjunction with Frieze Art Fair. This week, you can satisfy your art cravings on a budget with the gowithYamo curated Frieze Week Gallery Trail, so head towards central London for a diverse selection of exhibitions - all completely free. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries before 18/10/2021 to get a reward! Please remember to check opening times of each gallery in advance and note that you may need to book a timed ticket entry.

Helen Marten: Sparrows On The Stone | Sadie Coles Gallery, 04.09. – 30.10.2021.

The complex and fun installation in Sadie Coles is courtesy of artist Helen Marten. Bursting with references and intriguing configurations, the show consists  of 12 paintings, 2 floor based sculptures and 14 works on paper, with plenty to explore and wonder about in the gallery space.

The Rage in which we Live (wine willow), 2021.nylon paint on fabric, aluminium, ash frame, steel, MDF, plywood, dry transfers, silkscreened aluminium, plastic bottle, glass bottles, Jesmonite, embroidered fabric

Tacita Dean: The Dante Project / One hundred and fifty years of painting |  Frith Street Gallery, 17.09. – 13.11.2021.


Frith Street Gallery in Golden Square features new exciting works by the established artist Tacita Dean. The new works are related to a forthcoming design project for The Royal Ballet featuring the scenes from Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy. The upper floor of the gallery consists of 8 panels of monochrome photogravures, followed by large scale photographs of jacaranda trees with another 10 hand printed screen prints. Each installation represents hell, purgatory and heaven as narrated by Dante. In the basement of the gallery, the artist shows a new film ‘One hundred and fifty years of painting’, consisting of conversations between two painters, Julie Mehretu and the late Luchita Hurtado. In other words, it is an excellent choice for those who love ballet, Dante and painting.

Installation view, Tacita Dean, The Dante Project / One hundred and fifty years of painting, Golden Square, Frith Street Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

Marina Abramovic: Seven Deaths | Lisson Gallery, Cork Street, 14.09. - 17.10.2021.

For the fans of performance art, Lisson Gallery currently has Seven Deaths by Marina Abramovic on display in both its spaces. One of the exhibitions is located in Cork Street, the gallery’s new space. Mixing both performance and song with sculpture, this is a treat for all lovers of contemporary art and not to be missed during Frieze Week.

PS. Don’t forget to visit the Lisson Street gallery as well to see the second part of the exhibition!

Marina Abramovic, Seven Deaths: The Leap, 2020-21

Group Show: Making It – Women and Abstract Sculpture | Waddington Custot Gallery, 01.10. –

13.11.2021.

For the attention of all sculpture lovers is this wonderful group exhibition of female artists from the 60’s and 70’s. The sculptors in the show developed their work during the second wave of feminism, experimenting with new sculpture-making techniques while  challenging notions of what constitutes as a sculpture. From gold leaf on linen to marble and steel wire rope, this exhibition is a must-see.

Give Up / Family Trees / I Dare Not Appear | No.9 Gallery, 08.10. - 23.10.2021.

The long-standing magazine publisher turned art fair has a new gallery space in Cork Street. This new art hub has 3 exhibitions currently on show – in gallery 1, Christopher Myers, the multimedia artist and author who loves storytelling; in gallery 2, a group show featuring works by Danielle Dean, EJ Hill, Nikita Gale and P.Staff with variety of artworks and themes to explore; and in gallery 3, are the works by Elisabeth Wild and Vivian Suter. Go ahead and immerse yourself in the variety of artistic practices.

Elisabeth Wild, Untitled (162), 2017.

Group Show: Hawala | Paradise Row Gallery, 16.09. – 29.10.2021.

The small and beautifully curated group exhibition, located just off Davies Street and across Gagosian Gallery, is a hidden little gem. The premise of the exhibition revolves around an informal money system in South Asia, blockchain technology and puts a spotlight on how connected all things are. The exhibition consists of paintings, sculptures, neon lights, prints and clothing, which will rotate during its run.

Rithika Pandey, Loving you at the space of separation between our Interlude and Event, 2021. Acrylic on canvas.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
12/10/2021
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
Frieze Week Gallery Trail

The long-awaited moment has finally arrived. Frieze Week 2021 is back with a boom as London opens up its finest shows in conjunction with Frieze Art Fair. This week, you can satisfy your art cravings on a budget with the gowithYamo curated Frieze Week Gallery Trail, so head towards central London for a diverse selection of exhibitions - all completely free. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries before 18/10/2021 to get a reward! Please remember to check opening times of each gallery in advance and note that you may need to book a timed ticket entry.

Helen Marten: Sparrows On The Stone | Sadie Coles Gallery, 04.09. – 30.10.2021.

The complex and fun installation in Sadie Coles is courtesy of artist Helen Marten. Bursting with references and intriguing configurations, the show consists  of 12 paintings, 2 floor based sculptures and 14 works on paper, with plenty to explore and wonder about in the gallery space.

The Rage in which we Live (wine willow), 2021.nylon paint on fabric, aluminium, ash frame, steel, MDF, plywood, dry transfers, silkscreened aluminium, plastic bottle, glass bottles, Jesmonite, embroidered fabric

Tacita Dean: The Dante Project / One hundred and fifty years of painting |  Frith Street Gallery, 17.09. – 13.11.2021.


Frith Street Gallery in Golden Square features new exciting works by the established artist Tacita Dean. The new works are related to a forthcoming design project for The Royal Ballet featuring the scenes from Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy. The upper floor of the gallery consists of 8 panels of monochrome photogravures, followed by large scale photographs of jacaranda trees with another 10 hand printed screen prints. Each installation represents hell, purgatory and heaven as narrated by Dante. In the basement of the gallery, the artist shows a new film ‘One hundred and fifty years of painting’, consisting of conversations between two painters, Julie Mehretu and the late Luchita Hurtado. In other words, it is an excellent choice for those who love ballet, Dante and painting.

Installation view, Tacita Dean, The Dante Project / One hundred and fifty years of painting, Golden Square, Frith Street Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

Marina Abramovic: Seven Deaths | Lisson Gallery, Cork Street, 14.09. - 17.10.2021.

For the fans of performance art, Lisson Gallery currently has Seven Deaths by Marina Abramovic on display in both its spaces. One of the exhibitions is located in Cork Street, the gallery’s new space. Mixing both performance and song with sculpture, this is a treat for all lovers of contemporary art and not to be missed during Frieze Week.

PS. Don’t forget to visit the Lisson Street gallery as well to see the second part of the exhibition!

Marina Abramovic, Seven Deaths: The Leap, 2020-21

Group Show: Making It – Women and Abstract Sculpture | Waddington Custot Gallery, 01.10. –

13.11.2021.

For the attention of all sculpture lovers is this wonderful group exhibition of female artists from the 60’s and 70’s. The sculptors in the show developed their work during the second wave of feminism, experimenting with new sculpture-making techniques while  challenging notions of what constitutes as a sculpture. From gold leaf on linen to marble and steel wire rope, this exhibition is a must-see.

Give Up / Family Trees / I Dare Not Appear | No.9 Gallery, 08.10. - 23.10.2021.

The long-standing magazine publisher turned art fair has a new gallery space in Cork Street. This new art hub has 3 exhibitions currently on show – in gallery 1, Christopher Myers, the multimedia artist and author who loves storytelling; in gallery 2, a group show featuring works by Danielle Dean, EJ Hill, Nikita Gale and P.Staff with variety of artworks and themes to explore; and in gallery 3, are the works by Elisabeth Wild and Vivian Suter. Go ahead and immerse yourself in the variety of artistic practices.

Elisabeth Wild, Untitled (162), 2017.

Group Show: Hawala | Paradise Row Gallery, 16.09. – 29.10.2021.

The small and beautifully curated group exhibition, located just off Davies Street and across Gagosian Gallery, is a hidden little gem. The premise of the exhibition revolves around an informal money system in South Asia, blockchain technology and puts a spotlight on how connected all things are. The exhibition consists of paintings, sculptures, neon lights, prints and clothing, which will rotate during its run.

Rithika Pandey, Loving you at the space of separation between our Interlude and Event, 2021. Acrylic on canvas.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
12/10/2021
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
Frieze Week Gallery Trail
The long-awaited moment has finally arrived.

The long-awaited moment has finally arrived. Frieze Week 2021 is back with a boom as London opens up its finest shows in conjunction with Frieze Art Fair. This week, you can satisfy your art cravings on a budget with the gowithYamo curated Frieze Week Gallery Trail, so head towards central London for a diverse selection of exhibitions - all completely free. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries before 18/10/2021 to get a reward! Please remember to check opening times of each gallery in advance and note that you may need to book a timed ticket entry.

Helen Marten: Sparrows On The Stone | Sadie Coles Gallery, 04.09. – 30.10.2021.

The complex and fun installation in Sadie Coles is courtesy of artist Helen Marten. Bursting with references and intriguing configurations, the show consists  of 12 paintings, 2 floor based sculptures and 14 works on paper, with plenty to explore and wonder about in the gallery space.

The Rage in which we Live (wine willow), 2021.nylon paint on fabric, aluminium, ash frame, steel, MDF, plywood, dry transfers, silkscreened aluminium, plastic bottle, glass bottles, Jesmonite, embroidered fabric

Tacita Dean: The Dante Project / One hundred and fifty years of painting |  Frith Street Gallery, 17.09. – 13.11.2021.


Frith Street Gallery in Golden Square features new exciting works by the established artist Tacita Dean. The new works are related to a forthcoming design project for The Royal Ballet featuring the scenes from Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy. The upper floor of the gallery consists of 8 panels of monochrome photogravures, followed by large scale photographs of jacaranda trees with another 10 hand printed screen prints. Each installation represents hell, purgatory and heaven as narrated by Dante. In the basement of the gallery, the artist shows a new film ‘One hundred and fifty years of painting’, consisting of conversations between two painters, Julie Mehretu and the late Luchita Hurtado. In other words, it is an excellent choice for those who love ballet, Dante and painting.

Installation view, Tacita Dean, The Dante Project / One hundred and fifty years of painting, Golden Square, Frith Street Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

Marina Abramovic: Seven Deaths | Lisson Gallery, Cork Street, 14.09. - 17.10.2021.

For the fans of performance art, Lisson Gallery currently has Seven Deaths by Marina Abramovic on display in both its spaces. One of the exhibitions is located in Cork Street, the gallery’s new space. Mixing both performance and song with sculpture, this is a treat for all lovers of contemporary art and not to be missed during Frieze Week.

PS. Don’t forget to visit the Lisson Street gallery as well to see the second part of the exhibition!

Marina Abramovic, Seven Deaths: The Leap, 2020-21

Group Show: Making It – Women and Abstract Sculpture | Waddington Custot Gallery, 01.10. –

13.11.2021.

For the attention of all sculpture lovers is this wonderful group exhibition of female artists from the 60’s and 70’s. The sculptors in the show developed their work during the second wave of feminism, experimenting with new sculpture-making techniques while  challenging notions of what constitutes as a sculpture. From gold leaf on linen to marble and steel wire rope, this exhibition is a must-see.

Give Up / Family Trees / I Dare Not Appear | No.9 Gallery, 08.10. - 23.10.2021.

The long-standing magazine publisher turned art fair has a new gallery space in Cork Street. This new art hub has 3 exhibitions currently on show – in gallery 1, Christopher Myers, the multimedia artist and author who loves storytelling; in gallery 2, a group show featuring works by Danielle Dean, EJ Hill, Nikita Gale and P.Staff with variety of artworks and themes to explore; and in gallery 3, are the works by Elisabeth Wild and Vivian Suter. Go ahead and immerse yourself in the variety of artistic practices.

Elisabeth Wild, Untitled (162), 2017.

Group Show: Hawala | Paradise Row Gallery, 16.09. – 29.10.2021.

The small and beautifully curated group exhibition, located just off Davies Street and across Gagosian Gallery, is a hidden little gem. The premise of the exhibition revolves around an informal money system in South Asia, blockchain technology and puts a spotlight on how connected all things are. The exhibition consists of paintings, sculptures, neon lights, prints and clothing, which will rotate during its run.

Rithika Pandey, Loving you at the space of separation between our Interlude and Event, 2021. Acrylic on canvas.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
12/10/2021
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Hana Krkoska
Frieze Week Gallery Trail
The long-awaited moment has finally arrived.

The long-awaited moment has finally arrived. Frieze Week 2021 is back with a boom as London opens up its finest shows in conjunction with Frieze Art Fair. This week, you can satisfy your art cravings on a budget with the gowithYamo curated Frieze Week Gallery Trail, so head towards central London for a diverse selection of exhibitions - all completely free. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries before 18/10/2021 to get a reward! Please remember to check opening times of each gallery in advance and note that you may need to book a timed ticket entry.

Helen Marten: Sparrows On The Stone | Sadie Coles Gallery, 04.09. – 30.10.2021.

The complex and fun installation in Sadie Coles is courtesy of artist Helen Marten. Bursting with references and intriguing configurations, the show consists  of 12 paintings, 2 floor based sculptures and 14 works on paper, with plenty to explore and wonder about in the gallery space.

The Rage in which we Live (wine willow), 2021.nylon paint on fabric, aluminium, ash frame, steel, MDF, plywood, dry transfers, silkscreened aluminium, plastic bottle, glass bottles, Jesmonite, embroidered fabric

Tacita Dean: The Dante Project / One hundred and fifty years of painting |  Frith Street Gallery, 17.09. – 13.11.2021.


Frith Street Gallery in Golden Square features new exciting works by the established artist Tacita Dean. The new works are related to a forthcoming design project for The Royal Ballet featuring the scenes from Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy. The upper floor of the gallery consists of 8 panels of monochrome photogravures, followed by large scale photographs of jacaranda trees with another 10 hand printed screen prints. Each installation represents hell, purgatory and heaven as narrated by Dante. In the basement of the gallery, the artist shows a new film ‘One hundred and fifty years of painting’, consisting of conversations between two painters, Julie Mehretu and the late Luchita Hurtado. In other words, it is an excellent choice for those who love ballet, Dante and painting.

Installation view, Tacita Dean, The Dante Project / One hundred and fifty years of painting, Golden Square, Frith Street Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

Marina Abramovic: Seven Deaths | Lisson Gallery, Cork Street, 14.09. - 17.10.2021.

For the fans of performance art, Lisson Gallery currently has Seven Deaths by Marina Abramovic on display in both its spaces. One of the exhibitions is located in Cork Street, the gallery’s new space. Mixing both performance and song with sculpture, this is a treat for all lovers of contemporary art and not to be missed during Frieze Week.

PS. Don’t forget to visit the Lisson Street gallery as well to see the second part of the exhibition!

Marina Abramovic, Seven Deaths: The Leap, 2020-21

Group Show: Making It – Women and Abstract Sculpture | Waddington Custot Gallery, 01.10. –

13.11.2021.

For the attention of all sculpture lovers is this wonderful group exhibition of female artists from the 60’s and 70’s. The sculptors in the show developed their work during the second wave of feminism, experimenting with new sculpture-making techniques while  challenging notions of what constitutes as a sculpture. From gold leaf on linen to marble and steel wire rope, this exhibition is a must-see.

Give Up / Family Trees / I Dare Not Appear | No.9 Gallery, 08.10. - 23.10.2021.

The long-standing magazine publisher turned art fair has a new gallery space in Cork Street. This new art hub has 3 exhibitions currently on show – in gallery 1, Christopher Myers, the multimedia artist and author who loves storytelling; in gallery 2, a group show featuring works by Danielle Dean, EJ Hill, Nikita Gale and P.Staff with variety of artworks and themes to explore; and in gallery 3, are the works by Elisabeth Wild and Vivian Suter. Go ahead and immerse yourself in the variety of artistic practices.

Elisabeth Wild, Untitled (162), 2017.

Group Show: Hawala | Paradise Row Gallery, 16.09. – 29.10.2021.

The small and beautifully curated group exhibition, located just off Davies Street and across Gagosian Gallery, is a hidden little gem. The premise of the exhibition revolves around an informal money system in South Asia, blockchain technology and puts a spotlight on how connected all things are. The exhibition consists of paintings, sculptures, neon lights, prints and clothing, which will rotate during its run.

Rithika Pandey, Loving you at the space of separation between our Interlude and Event, 2021. Acrylic on canvas.

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Frieze Week Gallery Trail
The long-awaited moment has finally arrived.

The long-awaited moment has finally arrived. Frieze Week 2021 is back with a boom as London opens up its finest shows in conjunction with Frieze Art Fair. This week, you can satisfy your art cravings on a budget with the gowithYamo curated Frieze Week Gallery Trail, so head towards central London for a diverse selection of exhibitions - all completely free. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries before 18/10/2021 to get a reward! Please remember to check opening times of each gallery in advance and note that you may need to book a timed ticket entry.

Helen Marten: Sparrows On The Stone | Sadie Coles Gallery, 04.09. – 30.10.2021.

The complex and fun installation in Sadie Coles is courtesy of artist Helen Marten. Bursting with references and intriguing configurations, the show consists  of 12 paintings, 2 floor based sculptures and 14 works on paper, with plenty to explore and wonder about in the gallery space.

The Rage in which we Live (wine willow), 2021.nylon paint on fabric, aluminium, ash frame, steel, MDF, plywood, dry transfers, silkscreened aluminium, plastic bottle, glass bottles, Jesmonite, embroidered fabric

Tacita Dean: The Dante Project / One hundred and fifty years of painting |  Frith Street Gallery, 17.09. – 13.11.2021.


Frith Street Gallery in Golden Square features new exciting works by the established artist Tacita Dean. The new works are related to a forthcoming design project for The Royal Ballet featuring the scenes from Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy. The upper floor of the gallery consists of 8 panels of monochrome photogravures, followed by large scale photographs of jacaranda trees with another 10 hand printed screen prints. Each installation represents hell, purgatory and heaven as narrated by Dante. In the basement of the gallery, the artist shows a new film ‘One hundred and fifty years of painting’, consisting of conversations between two painters, Julie Mehretu and the late Luchita Hurtado. In other words, it is an excellent choice for those who love ballet, Dante and painting.

Installation view, Tacita Dean, The Dante Project / One hundred and fifty years of painting, Golden Square, Frith Street Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

Marina Abramovic: Seven Deaths | Lisson Gallery, Cork Street, 14.09. - 17.10.2021.

For the fans of performance art, Lisson Gallery currently has Seven Deaths by Marina Abramovic on display in both its spaces. One of the exhibitions is located in Cork Street, the gallery’s new space. Mixing both performance and song with sculpture, this is a treat for all lovers of contemporary art and not to be missed during Frieze Week.

PS. Don’t forget to visit the Lisson Street gallery as well to see the second part of the exhibition!

Marina Abramovic, Seven Deaths: The Leap, 2020-21

Group Show: Making It – Women and Abstract Sculpture | Waddington Custot Gallery, 01.10. –

13.11.2021.

For the attention of all sculpture lovers is this wonderful group exhibition of female artists from the 60’s and 70’s. The sculptors in the show developed their work during the second wave of feminism, experimenting with new sculpture-making techniques while  challenging notions of what constitutes as a sculpture. From gold leaf on linen to marble and steel wire rope, this exhibition is a must-see.

Give Up / Family Trees / I Dare Not Appear | No.9 Gallery, 08.10. - 23.10.2021.

The long-standing magazine publisher turned art fair has a new gallery space in Cork Street. This new art hub has 3 exhibitions currently on show – in gallery 1, Christopher Myers, the multimedia artist and author who loves storytelling; in gallery 2, a group show featuring works by Danielle Dean, EJ Hill, Nikita Gale and P.Staff with variety of artworks and themes to explore; and in gallery 3, are the works by Elisabeth Wild and Vivian Suter. Go ahead and immerse yourself in the variety of artistic practices.

Elisabeth Wild, Untitled (162), 2017.

Group Show: Hawala | Paradise Row Gallery, 16.09. – 29.10.2021.

The small and beautifully curated group exhibition, located just off Davies Street and across Gagosian Gallery, is a hidden little gem. The premise of the exhibition revolves around an informal money system in South Asia, blockchain technology and puts a spotlight on how connected all things are. The exhibition consists of paintings, sculptures, neon lights, prints and clothing, which will rotate during its run.

Rithika Pandey, Loving you at the space of separation between our Interlude and Event, 2021. Acrylic on canvas.

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