View, browse and buy world-class art from the best international galleries at the Frieze art fairs in the beautiful surroundings of Regent’s Park.
Every year, Frieze hosts two important art fairs side by side in the Royal Park: Frieze London which showcases the best of contemporary art, and Frieze Masters which specialises in art from the past.
In 2017, Frieze London brings together more than 160 of the world’s top contemporary galleries, featuring works by established and emerging artists. Other highlights include a showcase of works by radical female artists since the 1960s in the Sex Work: Feminist Art & Radical Politics section; as well as the Frieze Projects progamme of new artist commissions and Frieze Talks.
Meanwhile, Frieze Masters 2017 showcases more than 6,000 years of art history exhibited by 130 leading international historical and modern galleries. Browse art and antiquities including ancient Egyptian artefacts, Old Master paintings, medieval sculptures and avant-garde works; and enjoy a programme of talks, solo presentations by 20th-century artists and immersive installations.
The Frieze Sculpture park pops up in Regent’s Park’s English Gardens with free entry for all alongside the two fairs. Take a stroll through the gardens to admire sculptures by 23 world-famous artists. In 2017, the park opens earlier than usual, on 5 July, and closes at the same time as the two fairs on 8 October.