Open Day at the German Embassy on the occasion of Frieze London
7 October 2017 - 11am-3pm
| 22 and 34 Belgrave Square, London
Open Day for the exhibitions 'Taste the Future', 'Colourscapes' and 'HUMANS'
The German Embassy London invites guests to visit its current exhibitions 'Taste the Future', 'Colourscapes' and 'HUMANS' on 7 October between 11am to 3pm on the occasion of Frieze London 2017.
Taste the Future by 30 international artists/duos
The idea behind Taste the Future was initiated by four Dutch artists participating in the Venice Biennale 2015. Artists were asked to participate in a joint project to create an artwork which integrated or fitted into a pizza box. The pizza box combined with the theme of Venice Biennale 2015 gave birth to Taste the Future. This collection of artworks has been exhibited in Venice, Miami and Paris and is on display for the first time in London.
Colourscapes by Peter Zimmermann
Peter Zimmermann’s work came to prominence during the 1980s. His colourful glossy "Technobilder" reflect to viewers an altered perception of themselves and their immediate environment. The exhibition brings together a body of works from 2014 to the present day, as well as an earlier sculpture and a poster wall, offering an introduction into his techniques as a colourist and digital technology virtuoso.
HUMAN. Contemporary art by London-based female artists
The exhibition shows a range of works made over recent decades by London-based female artists, all creating visual work of great strength and individuality. Spanning age ranges and geographic locations, they demonstrate the variety of creative and expressive work current in contemporary women's art.
The Open Day will take place at 22 and 34 Belgrave Square, SW1X 8QB, London.
Please register for your visit below and bring along a valid photo ID: