Autumn Shows, London

My actual highlight of Frieze is not the tent in Regent’s Park but the high quality shows in London’s gallery spaces. My top three exhibitions are still on for a few more weeks. 

Hauser & Wirth, Somerset

My favourite places in the world are a combination of great architecture and great art. Add a remarkable landscape and a beautiful garden to the mix and you are at Hauser & Wirth Somerset.

Wolfgang Tillmans, Fondation Beyeler

It’s a big year for Wolfgang Tillmans. Before his major show at Tate Modern closed a few days ago, another one opened at the renowned Fondation Beyeler–just in time for the annual congregation of the art world for Art Basel.

Wolfgang Tillmans, Tate Modern

Wolfgang Tillmans is an excellent photographer. But he is much more than that. His urge to understand how the world works, what holds it together and how to make that happen, makes him to one of the most influential artist of our time.

Assorted Paper, The Sunday Painter

With all the big galleries present and well know artists on show, London can sometimes be a bit overwhelming when it comes to art. That’s why recently I’m more drawn to smaller exhibitions spaces with interesting curatorial concepts like The Sunday Painter in Peckham. 

Michael Sailstorfer, König Galerie

At König Galerie, Michael Sailstorfer shows his new large-scale installation Brenner and the video work Tränen. He revisits his recurring themes destruction, transformation and change but deals with them in his signagture surprising manner.