The Sunday Fair is Returning during Frieze Week after its successful debut in 2010. It will be held for the second time in London this October. Taking place at the Ambika P3 space on Marylebone Road from 13th to 16th October, SUNDAY is a gallery-led art fair showing a selection of 20 young international galleries, exhibiting work by artists at the fore of emerging talent.
Housed in the Ambika P3, a 14,000 square foot, triple height subterranean space, the fair is free and open to all. SUNDAY aims to provide an easy going and accessible temporary platform for young galleries to exhibit their artists’ work. Following from last year, SUNDAY is a fair with no booths or divisions and this year exhibiting galleries will each show solo or duo artist presentations, adding to the open nature of the fair.
SUNDAY’s first outing was in Berlin at the 2010 Gallery Weekend where it was so well received the organisers decided to bring it to London during the 2010 October art week, where it received more than 5,000 visitors over just 3 days.
Among the artists on show will be: Caroline Achaintre, Dove Allouche, Bianca Brunner, Brody Condon, Matt Connors, Tim Davies, Sean Edwards, Debo Eilers, Robin Footitt, Aurélien Froment, Simon Fujiwara, Ryan Gander, Ian Homerston, Taka Izumi, Christian Jankowski, A Kassen, Franziska Lantz, Oliver Laric, Pierre Leguillon, Raimundas Malašauskas, Kate Newby, Joshua Petherick, Dan Rees, Florian Roithmayr, Hugh Scott-Douglas, Francesco Simeti, Zin Taylor, Allyson Vieira, Jessica Warboys, Susanne M. Winterling and Maria Zahle.
SUNDAY is organised by three of the participating galleries: Croy Nielsen (Berlin), Limoncello (London) and Tulips & Roses (Brussels) and sponsored by the Zabludowicz Collection.
Bryan’s Bar will be serving refreshments throughout the fair, including cocktails from artist Ryan Gander’s cocktail recipe book, and hold an Art Pub Quiz hosted by artist Bedwyr Williams during the late opening on Friday 14th October.
Independent bookshop Motto (Berlin) and publishing house Archive Books (Berlin) will also be at SUNDAY with a selection of journals and publications available to purchase. The new publications section will include The Art Newspaper, cura.,Frieze, Kaleidoscope and Mousse magazines. Raising funds for their Interaction programme, the Zabludowicz Collection will present their affordable limited editions including a new action figure by British artist David Blandy. Blandy will also host a Duels and Dualities tournament at the late opening on Friday 14th October.
Exhibiting galleries: ARCADE (London), BolteLang (Zürich), Cole (London), Croy Nielsen (Berlin), Gaudel de Stampa (Paris), Laurel Gitlen (New York) Hopkinson Cundy (Auckland), Tanya Leighton (Berlin), Limoncello (London), Lüttgenmeijer (Berlin), Francesca Minini (Milan), Motive Gallery (Amsterdam), MOTINTERNATIONAL (London/Brussels), TARO NASU (Tokyo), Neue Alte Brücke (Frankfurt), New Galerie (Paris) On Stellar Rays (New York), Proyectos Monclova (Mexico), Supportico Lopez (Berlin) and Tulips & Roses (Brussels).
Here are the galleries and artists you will find in SUNDAY this year:
Arcade (London) – Caroline Achaintre, Maria Zahle
BolteLang (Zürich) – Bianca Brunner
Cole (London) – Robin Footitt, Ian Homerston
Croy Nielsen (Berlin) – Joshua Petherick, Hugh Scott – Douglas
Gaudel de Stampa (Paris) – Dove Allouche, Jessica Warboys
Laurel Gitlen (New York) – Allyson Vieira
Hopkinson Cundy (Auckland) – Kate Newby
Tanya Leighton (Berlin) – Oliver Laric, Dan Rees
Limoncello (London) – Sean Edwards
Luttgenmeijer (Berlin) – Matt Connors, Susanne M. Winterling
Francesca Minini (Milan) – Francesco Simeti
MOTINTERNATIONAL (London/Brussels) – Florian Roithmayr
Motive Gallery (Amsterdam) – Aurelien Froment, Pierre Leguillon
TARO NASU (Tokyo/Osaka) – Ryan Gander, Taka Izumi
Neue Alte Brucke (Frankfurt) – Tim Davies, Simon Fujiwara
New Galerie (Paris) – A Kassen
On Stellar Rays (New York) – Brody Condon, Debo Eilers
Proyectos Monclova (Mexico city) – Christian Jankowski
Supportico Lopez (Berlin) – Franziska Lantz, Zin Taylor
Tulips & Roses (Brussels) – Raimundas Malasauskas