DATE: October 12 – 16, 2022
LOCATION: The Regent’s Park, London
Frieze, one of the world’s most influential art fairs, is back in London. And this year, it is bringing together 280+ galleries from 42 countries.
The first day, October 12th, is invitation-only. The second day gives preview access. The fair opens to the public on Friday, October 14th, and continues throughout the weekend.
So, if you’re free the next few days, this is where you want to be… immersed in diverse arts; surrounded by curators, artists, collectors, gallerists, critics, and art lovers; expanding and exploring your physical senses.
Frieze has two venues – Frieze London and Frieze Masters. They are in walking distance of each other, about 15 minutes.
Frieze London focuses only on contemporary art, works created mainly post-2000. The fair’s exhibiting galleries represent some of the most exciting artists working today, from the emerging to the iconic. It includes performance-based work and ambitious presentations by emerging galleries.
Frieze Masters shows works made before the year 2000. It brings together six millennia of art – from rare antiquities to Old Master paintings, to luminaries of the 20th century – creating a destination where visitors can discover art history anew.
If you haven’t already, you can also view Frieze Sculpture 2022, a garden gallery located in The Regent’s Park. It opened in September and will remain open to the public until November 13th.
Frieze Sculpture 2022 features a line-up of 19 international artists, including Ugo Rondinone, Robert Indiana, John Giorno, John Wood, Paul Harrison, Tim Etchells, Péju Alatise, Ro Robertson, Shaikha al Mazrou, Beverly Pepper, Ida Ekblad, Marinella Senatore, Pablo Reinoso, Ron Arad, Alicja Kwade, George Rickey, Emma Hart, and NS Harsha. Frieze Sculpture is free and open to all.