Go inside the worlds of art, fashion, design, and lifestyle.
For the occasion of Frieze London 2016, we caught up with a selective list of insiders—a creative group of London professionals that give us their take on how to navigate the city during this year’s bustling art fair. First, we have artist Idris Khan, who shares his top spots to eat, drink, network, and relax at surrounding the busy art-filled week.
Where to eat
In the future, I would like to make a book about my burger obsession illustrated by my wife Annie Morris. I’ve been searching for my favorite burger ever since a life defining point at The Burger Joint at Le Parker Méridien hotel in New York. The burger in London that comes very close to it is at Patty & Bun in London Fields.
Where to network
Once a year at the Frieze art fair!
Where to see art
We are lucky in London because we have some incredible commercial gallery spaces and museums. I have had my last four solo shows at Victoria Miro Gallery. Marianne Goodman’s new gallery on Lower John Street is a beautiful space, as is the new Gagosian in Mayfair.
Where to have fun
Sitting at The Savoy Hotel’s bar with my friend Raqib Shaw is always really fun. He orders the best drinks from Fabbi, the king of all cocktail makers. (I never know what’s in them, and I usually can’t walk when I leave…)
Where to relax
Running around my kitchen table with my daughter, Maude, and my son, Jago.
To read more about Frieze London 2016, pick up the latest copy of Whitewaller in London next week.