Frieze Art Fair starts tomorrow. As the most intense event in London's art calender, it promises to fill Regent's Park with both new and up coming artists as well as established giants. Galleries from all over the world gather to showcase the very best in contemporary art. Ahead of the art frenzy, we spoke to Kathy Grayson, owner of The Hole gallery on the Bowery, about what's she's looking forward to...
Dazed Digital: What are you looking forward to at Frieze?
Kathy Grayson: I'm excited about the House of the Nobleman side project at these crazy million pound condos at the NEO Bankside V1 gallery, and I will be presenting new works by Matthew Stone on the 19th floor and there are six other exhibitions here, opening tomororw tonight and on for a month!
DD: Any other expos you recommend we go and see?
Kathy Grayson: The photo show at Saatchi, Tino Seghal at Tate Modern and FOS at Max Wigram gallery, opening tonight. Oh shit, and Tim Noble and Sue Webster's 'Nihilistic Optimism' show, title inspired by Matthew Stone.
DD: And are your plans for late night party actvities...
Kathy Grayson: Tim Noble and Sue Webster's afterparty at Tramp. I've heard great things about that place!