Frieze Art Fair at Regent's Park


Lisson Gallery, Frieze London 2015. Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy of Linda Nylind/Frieze Pinterest


See world-class art from the best international galleries with the Frieze Art Fairs in Regent’s Park.

Every year, Frieze hosts two important art fairs side by side in the Royal Park: Frieze London and Frieze Masters. The first showcases the best of contemporary art, while the latter specialises in art from the past.

Take a stroll through the Sculpture Park in Regent’s Park’s English Gardens for free to admire contemporary and historical sculptures by world-famous artists represented in both Frieze London and Frieze Masters.

Frieze London 2016 Highlights:

View, browse and buy contemporary art from across the world as the 14th edition of the spectacular Frieze London gets underway. The highly anticipated annual fair sees more than 160 leading and emerging national and international art dealers and galleries present their contemporary work.

• See works by renowned galleries from across the world including Cheim & Read (New York), Gagosian Gallery, Hauser & Wirth and Sadie Coles (London).

• Catch fascinating lectures and conversations about the art world and the art market with Frieze Talks, curated by Christy Lange (frieze magazine) and Gregor Muir (ICA, London).

• Discover cutting-edge contemporary works specifically commissioned for the fair with the Frieze Projects non-profit programme.

• Don’t miss some of the fair’s controversial highlights, including Julie Verhoeven’s performative interventions in one of the toilets, and Martin Soto Climent’s sculpture animated by real acrobats.

Frieze Masters 2016 Highlights:

Head to Frieze Masters to admire works of art from more than 130 galleries, showcasing masterpieces from the ancient era and the Old Masters to the late 20th century. Now in its fifth year, Frieze Masters sees the participation of leading international curators. The fair features treasures such as rare mummy masks, medieval religious icons and Italian Renaissance paintings.

• Visit the Collections section for an array of specially-curated gallery displays selected by acclaimed curator Sir Norman Rosenthal.

• See unusual juxtapositions of periods and genres in the section devoted to Innovative Gallery Collaborations.

• Explore the impact of feminist ideas on artists from all around the world with Spotlight: Rare Presentations of 20th-Century Artists.

• Take part in book signings and events organised by leading publishers in the new Reading Room.


Venue Details & Map

Regent's Park and Primrose Hill

+44 (0)300 061 2300
Public transport:
Tube: Regent's Park; Bus: 2, 13, 18, 27, 30, 74, 82, 113, 139, 159, 189, 274, C2.

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