Serpentine Pavilion 2018 by Frida Escobedo that uses standard roof tiles to create the loosely stacked walls. These in turn have been orientated and cut away as shown, to create powerful juxtapositions with the outside space.
An unassuming roof tile forms the basic structural element of the Serpentine Pavilion 2018.
Frida Escobedo stands in the 5mm of water that makes a striking reflecting surface in her Serpentine Pavilion as the press capture images at an opening event.
Frida Escobedo and her team who have worked together to create the Serpentine Pavilion.
Tomma Abts at the Serpentine Gallery with abstract paintings of radiating circles and other geometric forms. The use of shadows cast by these different forms helps create a powerful overall composition.
Christo and Jeanne Claude with a giant artwork on The Serpentine made from stacked oil barrels.
Recontextualised artefacts and modified objects from contemporary artists and spiritualism from Hilma af Klint.
Hilma af Klint at Serpentine Galleries.
Paulo Nimer Pjota
Jimmy Desana at Wilkinson Gallery with a photo of the famous pop art icon at work photographing a nude shown here cropped.
Tomma Abts at Greengrassi
Cyprien Gaillard at Laura Bartlett with teeth from drilling equipment shown as artefacts.
Lisa Oppenheim at The Approach on a very sunny day today.
Michail Pirgelis of Spruth and Magers is showing at Laura Bartlett with more aeroplane inspired artwork.
Rob Chavasse who makes gallery holes and interconnections between rooms, from The Sunday Painter, is showing at a group show at Herald Street. The socket extends across the gallery and into the office and powers both computers and artworks.