It’s October, which means art lovers everywhere are turning their gaze to London. What’s come to be known as Frieze week is increasingly the moment for which institutions and galleries have been holding back their best shows. We profile our favourites among the artists exhibiting concurrently with that modest event in Regent’s Park, including Doug Fishbone by J.J. Charlesworth, Steven Claydon by Mark Rappolt, Ruth Ewan by Oliver Basciano and Nina Beier by Laura McLean-Ferris.
From Move: Choreographing You at the Hayward Gallery to Celebrating Trisha Brown at venues across London, The Yvonne Rainer Project at BFI Southbank, ROTOR at Siobhan Davies Studios and Rosemary Butcher’s Festival of Miniatures at Sadler’s Wells, it looks like the capital is hoping to dance itself right out of a recession. By Laura McLean-Ferris
As Chile emerges from decades of repression, conservatism and all-round dullness, capped by one of the planet’s fiercest earthquakes, Santiago appears to be in the throes of a movida. Art and a swirling nightlife are lighting up one of the most overlooked South American cities. By Christian Viveros-Fauné