The autumn of 2014 was intense and teeming with good news for Slavs and Tatars. As October is coming to an end, two critically acc­laimed solo shows in Europe (Kun­sthalle Zurich) and US (Dallas Museum of Art) are soon ending as well. Both feature new series of works: “Mirrors for Princes” in Zurich and “Love Letters” in Texas. The “Love Letters” series – a set of 10 woolen car­pets each tel­ling a dif­ferent story of Eastern alphabet’s sounds and let­ters lost throughout history – is fur­ther discus­sed in collective’s new artist book prin­ted by Arsenal Gal­lery (Białystok) under the evocative title of “Naughty Nasals”. And last but not least – an exciting climax of October’s endeavours: the Outset Frieze Art Fair Fund chose “Love Let­ters (No. 7)” to be acquired for Tate, which was widely-​commented by press (read more herehere and here). It will be the first piece by Slavs and Tatars to be inc­luded in this prestigious collection.

Raster's booth for Frieze Art Fair London

This year's curators Agustín Pérez Rubio and Laurence Rassel announcing artworks bought by Outset Frieze Art Fair Fund for the Tate

 exhibitions abroad

Warm autumn with Slavs and Tatars