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Must-see shows during Frieze Week, from Twombly and Richter to Burri; Wendell Castle at PAD; "Medea" and "The Father" reviewed: and more...

Friday, October 9, 2015

Visual art – UK

10 Must-See Exhibitions During Frieze Week London 2015

by Nicholas Forrest • Our pick includes Cy Twombly, Gerhard Richter, Alberto Burri, Oscar Murillo, and Elmgreen and Dragset.

Art and design – UK

New Bronze Works by Wendell Castle to be Unveiled at PAD

by Jana Perkovic • The Father of the American Art Furniture movement will reveal pieces suitable for indoor and outdoor display.

Visual art- Germany

Sheila Hicks Fabric Sculptures Blaze With Color in Munich Show

by Mark Beech • The US-born, Paris-based veteran celebrates five decades of art with monumental works.

Visual art – France

Alex Seton’s Asylum-Inspired Sculptural “Journey” at Galerie Paris-Beijing

by Nicholas Forrest • The refugee crisis inspires marble representations of life jackets, blankets and huddling victims.

Performing art – UK

Medea Drags Euripides Kicking and Screaming Into 2015 at Almeida: Review

by Mark Beech • The 2,500-year-old play gets a feminist rewrite with Kate Fleetwood in the title role.

Visual art – UK

Ryan Gander’s “Fieldwork” at Lisson Gallery in London

by Nicholas Forrest • A conveyor belt with found objects and a vast, inaccessible pebble beach are two of the playful yet frustrating artworks.

Visual art – UK

Eddie Peake’s Nude Dancers Play Out Wild Passion at Barbican

by Mark Beech • Surreal displays and nude performers mingle in a new installation at the Curve gallery.

Performing art – UK

Review: “The Father” – Kenneth Cranham on Knife-Edge of Memory

by Warwick Thompson • A superb performance boosts a cool forensic piece of theater looking at Alzheimer’s disease.

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