Chisenhale Gallery: Ed Fornieles, "Modern Family" (installation view), mixed media, 2014
London-based Fornieles is known for his glamorous performance takeovers, including a recent event at the Serpentine Pavilion. Here, he analyses our post-internet society.
Gagosian Gallery: Carsten Holler, Dice (White Body, Black Dots), 2014, glass reinforced polyester resin/ fiberglass
Holler's oversized sculpture has a stark and dominating quality. The artist, however, refers to the piece as a "children's playground," drawing on themes of interaction and disposal in contemporary culture.
Hauser & Wirth: Christophe Büchel, Sleeping Guard, 2014 at
Büchel's sleeping security guard plays on the security-heavy Frieze event. As a staff member lies in slumber, a statement is made on the price of contemporary art in comparison to the economic status of those in close proximity to it.
Danjuma Collection: Neil Beloufa, Spaceship Door, 2012
Theo Danjuma began his collection after a trip to London two years ago, now his rooster includes pieces by South African artist Ernest Mancoba and Neil Beloufa, whose sculptural canvas draws on an interest in found objects.
Galerie Perrotin: KAWS, Small Lie, 2014, wood sculpture
'90s kids will know KAWS from his work on the cartoon series Doug, and more recently his prolific just-for-Instagram illustrations. His melancholy sculpture sat boldly next to works by Jaume Plensa and Martin Creed.
Thomas Dane Gallery: Steve McQueen, Ashes, 2014
Filmed in the West Indies, Ashes was shot on Super 8 with sound. McQueen's film continues his enquiry into the inner world of the self and the boundaries of image making.
Lisson Gallery: Cory Arcangel, Installation view, 2014
Arcangel fuses saturated colour, video games, clunky technology, and internet references in this takeover for Lisson Gallery. His sweatshirts designed to "surf the web in comfort" were on everyone's back throughout the week.