My Visual Diary from Frieze

Daniel Arsham
Oct 18, 2013 1:43pm
With his first London exhibition at Pippy Houldsworth, a recent collaboration with Pharrell, and the explosive success of Snarkitecture (his collaborative practice), our friend Daniel Arsham is definitely having a moment now. We were lucky enough to catch him during the frenzy of London Frieze week, and he agreed to give us a peek inside his busy, art-filled week.
Most of these you can probably figure out what they are—Sou Fujimoto’s Serpentine Pavilion; a Francis Bacon painting; Ugo Rondinone at Sadie Coles; a still from my opening with choreographer Jonah Bokaer at Pippy Houldsworth; works on paper by Adrián Villar Rojas and Karl Haendel; a Concetto Spaziale by Lucio Fontana; ...and a shadow selfie taken while waiting for a taxi after brunch at the Zabludowicz house.