Frieze Art Fair returns to Regent’s Park


The Frieze Art Fair is returning to London next month for a twelfth year running.

The event, founded by Matthew Slotover and Amanda Sharp, is recognised as the world’s leading contemporary art fair and it takes place in our very own Regent’s Park.

In addition to being able to see and buy art by over 1,000 of the world’s leading artists, the fair features Frieze Projects, the fair’s unique and critically acclaimed programme of artist commissions and Frieze Talks, a prestigious programme of debates, panel discussions and keynote lectures.

The event this year will also coincide with ‘Frieze Masters’ which exclusively showcases pieces that are pre 2000. The pieces are drawn from 120 galleries across the world. Although more exclusive in its approach, Frieze Masters is open to the public – however, its highly recommended that you book in advance.

Frieze is not just about art – last year saw food from Caravan debut at Frieze and this year Miles Kirby will return to a larger space with an outside terrace. The Exmouth Market based restaurant will also have a Caravan to go stall along with a coffee bar.

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Public opening dates and hours:
Thursday 17 October: 12-7pm
Friday 18 October: 12-7pm
Saturday 19 October: 12-7pm
Sunday 20 October: 12-6pm


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