EDITOR’S LETTER

Welcome to The Wick

— Katy Wickremesinghe
Dear All,

If you are not already reeling from the socialising, viewing and overstimulation of Frieze week then there is always next week’s kick off with FIAC for the culture thirsty. The week commenced with The Pace Gallery party at Nomad and via openings, events and many a gathering rolled into Friday’s Versace x Frieze dinner. Frieze has got its mojo back. Galleries offered up plenty of soothing moments with colour fields and still lives in abundance sating a desire for contemplative, heart-warming work. For those looking for something more immersive in their viewing, Superblue London from Marc Glimcher and Mollie Dent-Brocklehurst opened its doors at Burlington Garden with a mystical forest installation and mist filled bubbles, from artist duo A.A Murakami.

The union of art and fashion is tightly knotted with partner, MatchesFashion.com at the fair and events at Dover Street Market and Zilver. Meanwhile, for the first time Celine partnered with Sotheby’s on its Contemporary Art Evening Sale.

Enjoy the serendipitous meetings of art and fine minds IRL in the weeks to come.

With best wishes from me and the KTW family,
Katy
The Wick - Home

Objects of Desire

Sophie Bille Brahe, Celestine Splash Ring

The Wick - Annie Morris with her Stack sculptures. (Courtesy of Annie Morris)
Monday Muse

Interview Annie Morris, Artist

The Wick - Andrea Tyrimos
Spotlight

Feature Mental health advocate Andrea Tyrimos

The Wick - Damien Hirst, Dog with Bone, 2017. Photographed by Prudence Cuming Associates Ltd © Damien Hirst and Science Ltd. All rights reserved, DACS 2021

Viewing Damien Hirst: Sunshine, presented by HENI

Claridge’s ArtSpace, the freshly opened permanent art gallery located in the hotel’s Victorian basement, debuts with an exhibition of Damien Hirst’s pipe cleaner animals.

The Wick - New Spring, 2017.  Courtesy of COS x Studio Swine.

Viewing Superblue London

Superblue’s latest immersive installation by artist duo A.A. Murakami comes to the gallery’s new home in Burlington Gardens.

The Wick - Mark Rothko, 'Untitled', 1968. Copyright © 2020 by Kate Rothko Prizel and Christopher Rothko. Courtesy Pace Gallery.

Viewing Mark Rothko: 1968: Clearing Away

Pace Gallery debuts its new home in Hanover Square with a bijou exhibition of works on paper created by Mark Rothko in the late 1960s, a pivotal and prolific period in the artist’s career.

“The idea is not to rebel, the idea is to communicate.”

Jimi Hendrix