Interview with James Lindon of Victoria Miro Gallery, London, at the 2006 edition of Frieze Art Fair London. James Lindon is responsible for sales and special projects, he talks about the gallery, the program at Frieze 2006 and upcoming projects. Current exhibition (through November 18, 2006): Conrad Shawcross: No Such Thing As One. Frieze Art Fair, London, October 15, 2006.
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Excerpt from the gallery’s web site: “The Victoria Miro Gallery opened in 1985 in Cork Street and moved to its current location in November 2000. The Gallery is housed in a converted Victorian furniture factory on Wharf Road, NI and with over 8,000 square feet of exhibition space it is one of the largest commercial spaces in London. Over the past 20 years the Victoria Miro Gallery has established itself as a leading commercial gallery representing established international figures whilst continuing to support the work of innovative younger artists from across the world.”