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More than 110 of the world’s leading galleries will participate in the fair, with sections for emerging talent and historical art, the Frieze Artist Award commission, Frieze Film, talks and a Frieze Week festival of culture 

Talks, walks, live events and new shows across the city 31 May–2 June, in the annual celebration of creative community 

This month, three exhibitions open in Frieze's Mayfair space, including a solo show by Rameshwar Broota, an artist-led reflection on Edward Burra and Fathi Hassan's response to The Sunderland Collection

Offering the opportunity to preview gallery presentations and acquire significant artworks online from April 24–May 10

International artists including Sterling Ruby, Haegue Yang, Dewey Crumpler and Sylvie Fleury will showcase new projects, historical works and immersive installations at the fair

The fair returns to The Shed in New York this year with a new curator for Focus, more than 60 galleries from 25 countries and a extensive program of events and activations 

This year sees artist projects at Performance Space, Artists Space, the High Line and Rockefeller Center ice rink, with Matty Davis, Sharif Farrag, Ellen Fullman and Chella Man

This year’s Focus celebrates the innovative visions of emerging and overlooked artists, featuring Stanley Stellar, Reverend Joyce McDonald and Charisse Pearlina Weston, among others

Now in its fifth year, the programme supports emerging Black and POC curators with fellowships within leading arts organizations

In Collaboration with Deutsche Bank

Wrongly convicted of murder, the Los Angeleno was sentenced to death and spent 42 years incarcerated. His work often uses fabric quilting techniques he learned in prison

Los Angeles's history of set design informs Art Production Fund’s “Set Seen,” with projects by Sharif Farrag, Ryan Flores, Derek Fordjour, Pippa Garner, Matt Johnson and Cynthia Talmadge

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Experience the opening of Frieze Los Angeles at Santa Monica Airport, bringing together galleries, artists and non-profits to celebrate the city's diverse art scene

Frieze Los Angeles has opened at Santa Monica Airport and runs until Sunday March 3. Dive into highlights of the fair so far

In partnership with Frieze Los Angeles, the California African American Museum Acquisition fund selects a ceramic sculpture by Mustafa Ali Clayton for the museum's collection

The artist spent 42 years in prison before his release in 2016, making the acquisition of his work In Memoriam of an Ashanti Warrior (2024) especially poignant

This spring, Frieze No.9 Cork Street sees a full-gallery takeover by Matt Carey-Williams, whose curatorial project ‘Bump’ features 21 painters from around the world

Available from February 22–March 8, Frieze Viewing Room lets visitors preview and acquire significant artworks ahead of the fair’s official opening with exclusive access to gallery presentations

The 2024 edition of Frieze Los Angeles is an arena for sculptural experimentation, with Jesse Schlesinger, Yeni Mao, vanessa german and Mustafa Ali Clayton all debuting new work

Choose to support one of three environmental causes: solar energy in sub-Saharan Africa, wetlands and grasslands in New York City, and water resources in old-growth Bolivian forest

This year’s edition of the fair features big names including Theaster Gates, Sudan Archives, Barbara Kruger and Pippa Garner, plus unique activations and social initiatives