ORGAN: Frieze, day one, did it impress? Was it enough? Was Jeffrey Gibson or those big bold Jadé Fadojutimi paintings or Selome Muleta’s pieces enough? And what about that elephant again…

Frieze London, Day one, October 12th, 2022 – Now and again you find yourself asking why? Why I we here? Why am I writing this? Why has that gallery from Shanghai gone to all the effort,of bringing that rather boring, rather conventional still life that wouldn’t stand out in a village fête art show all…

ORGAN PREVIEW: Frieze Sculpture 2022 opens in The Regent’s Park, London, on September 14th. What can we expect?

Back in July Frieze revealed details of Frieze Sculpture 2022 in The Regent’s Park, curated by Clare Lilley (Yorkshire Sculpture Park Director) for the tenth consecutive year. Featuring a line-up of 19 international artists, the celebrated public art exhibition opens on September 14th and runs through to November 13, 2022. Frieze Sculpture runs alongside Frieze…

ORGAN THING: The art fair season is upon us, The monster that is the Frieze Art Fair is almost upon us, the sculpture park details have just been announced…

  We’re coming up to art fair season, I have a love/hate relationship with the whole idea of art fairs, they can occasionally be good things when they’re done right.  Art Fairs are very rarely are though all art shoehorned in, a badly lit hall or a million room dividers squashed into warehouse, art fair…

ORGAN THING: Ice creams, Chicago potholes, Anri Sala in the Frieze Sculpture Park, the Chrome and Black Winter Graff battle and a classic bit of Hackney…

Organ Thing of The Day, let’s tidy up around here, couple of videos of recent art events that were left in the corner over there with the false widow spiders, the unwanted demo tapes and crusty paint brushes waiting in the corner to be posted up here. A bit of footage via our favourite London…