Reading Room: Friday

6 Oct 2017
12:00pm - 7:00pm
Frieze London
Regent's Park
NW1 4NR London

2pm – The White Review: On Arts Criticism

In October 2017, literary and arts quarterly The White Review breaks into art criticism for the first time, running three reviews of new exhibitions on its website each month. Editors Rosanna Mclaughlin and Izabella Scott join founding editor Ben Eastham and contributing editor Orit Gat to discuss the form and function of the art review, and what role criticism has to play in the contemporary art world.

3.30pm – A Book Launch and Signing: Richard Flood Notes from the Playground

Thomas Dane, Karsten Schubert & Ridinghouse invite you to join them celebrate the launch of Richard Flood's new publication, Notes from the Playground

Notes from the Playground is a carefully selected anthology of thirty essays by the curator, academic and writer Richard Flood, written over the past 40 years. Drawing from his broad knowledge of history, cinema, literature, poetry, design and architecture, Flood’s writings combine the autobiographical with the theoretical, presenting an intimate understanding of various contemporary artists.

Richard Flood is Director of Special Projects and Curator at Large at the New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York. 

5.30pm - Even Magazine: Gay Sex in the UK: 50 Years after Freedom

Fifty years after the legalization of gay sex in England, how far have we come? Writer Huw Lemmey investigates London's exhibitions on this anniversary in Even's new fall issue. Join us for a conversation and copies of the magazine.