Exhibition: Frieze London Art Fair


The world’s premier contemporary art fair, Frieze London, returns to Regent’s Park from 6 - 9 October.

Innovative, exciting, inspiring, Frieze London showcases work from over 160 galleries and 1,000 artists. Exhibitors - from emerging talent to established names - hail from all over the globe and work in every conceivable medium - from painting to film. This year’s highlights include James Turrell and Kayne Griffin Corcoran’s Frieze debut - an immersive light installation, Philippe Parreno’s new sculpture at the Pilar Corrias Gallery, and a brand new section - The Nineties - we look forward to revisiting key exhibitions from the iconic decade.

A program of exciting events and initiatives accompanies the art showcase - Frieze Film, for brand new film commissions, Frieze Music - the off-site music programme and Frieze Talks - a line-up of discussions with artists, writers, curators and thinkers curated by Frieze in collaboration with the Tate’s Director of Collection, International Art. The Reading Room - a space to meet writers, editors and artists, and the Sculpture Park in Regent’s Park’s English Garden, return following successful first seasons last year.

Plus, keep up your energy levels as you navigate the packed schedule with snacks and small plates by a host of well-known eateries from all over London, including seasonal British dishes from Richmond’s Petersham Nurseries and modern Italian by Peckham’s Artusi.

Discover more, and book your ticket to this year’s Frieze fair here.