The Galleries and Curators for Frieze London and Frieze Masters 2023

This year marks Frieze’s 20th anniversary, with the most international edition of Frieze London to date and a new artist-led section, alongside new programming at Frieze Masters with Studio and Modern Women

in Frieze London & Frieze Masters , News | 22 JUN 23

Frieze has unveiled first details of the 20th anniversary edition of Frieze London and 11th edition of Frieze Masters, which take place concurrently from 11-15 October in The Regent’s Park, London. This year, Frieze London has a dynamic programme of special projects, partnerships and events that demonstrate London’s appeal as a vibrant cultural destination. Frieze Week, an extended programme of cultural events, will run in conjunction with the fairs from 9–15 October at galleries, institutions and artist-led spaces throughout the city.

Anthony Cudahy Eveningdawn (Reverse Pareidoliac Figure), 2022 Oil on linen Courtesy of the Artist and GRIMM
Anthony Cudahy, Eveningdawn (Reverse Pareidoliac Figure), 2022, Oil on linen, Courtesy of the Artist and GRIMM

Frieze London

With more than 160 leading galleries spanning 40 countries, Frieze London 2023 is the most international edition of the fair to date. The fair features a core contingent of London-based exhibitors, with 59 operating spaces in the city. These include some of the city’s defining galleries: Arcadia Missa, Carlos/Ishikawa, Sadie Coles HQ, Pilar Corrias, Thomas Dane Gallery, Alison Jacques, Lisson Gallery, Kate MacGarry, Victoria Miro, Modern Art, Maureen Paley and White Cube.

Fabian Knecht, Der Tod lässt sich nicht auswaschen (Death cannot be washed out), 2022, hemp fabric, burned tank pigments, each 192 x 48 cm   courtesy of the artist and alexander levy, photo: Marcus Schneider
Fabian Knecht, Der Tod lässt sich nicht auswaschen (Death cannot be washed out), 2022. Hemp fabric, burned tank pigments, each 192 x 48 cm. Courtesy of the artist and Alexander Levy. Photo: Marcus Schneider

New Section: Artist-to-Artist

Marking Frieze London’s 20th anniversary, special initiative Artist-to-Artist invites Alvaro Barrington, Olafur Eliasson, Tracey Emin CBE RA, Anthea Hamilton, Simone Leigh, Wolfgang Tillmans, Rirkrit Tiravanija and Haegue Yang to propose artists for solo presentations, drawing on Frieze London’s longstanding tradition of artist-led programming. These eight world-renowned artists, whose work has defined the contemporary art landscape over the past two decades, propose a counterpart for a solo exhibition at the fair. Each of the selectors is well known for their support of other artists, with Artist-to-Artist highlighting their roles as advocates by introducing new voices to the fair.

Featured presentations comprise Deborah Anzinger proposed by Simone Leigh (Nicola Vassell); Mark Barker proposed by Wolfgang Tillmans (Shahin Zarinbal); Ayoung Kim proposed by Haegue Yang (Gallery Hyundai); Fabian Knecht proposed by Olafur Eliasson (alexander levy); Simonette Quamina proposed by Alvaro Barrington (Praxis); Vanessa Raw proposed by Tracey Emin CBE RA (Carl Freedman Gallery); Wantanee Siripattananuntakul proposed by Rirkrit Tiravanija (Gallery Ver); and Carlos Villa proposed by Anthea Hamilton (Silverlens).

Focus: Emerging Talent

Focus, the critically acclaimed section for galleries formed in or after 2011, returns this year advised by Angelina Volk (Emalin, London), Piotr Drewko (Wschód, Warsaw) and Cédric Fauq (Chief Curator at CAPC Musée d'art Contemporain, Bordeaux).

This year’s section includes presentations by Larry Achiampong (Copperfield), Débora Delmar (Llano), Mattia Guarnera-MacCarthy and Hamed Maiye (Harlesden High Street), Josèfa Ntjam (Nicoletti), Jack O'Brien (Ginny on Frederick) and Jordan Strafer (Heidi and Hot Wheels).

Fiona Tan, Technicolor Dreaming VI, 2022, photogravure sand spit bite aquatint, edition of 12, BORCH Editions
Fiona Tan, Technicolor Dreaming VI, 2022, photogravure sand spit bite aquatint, edition of 12, BORCH Editions

Editions by International Artists

Editions features a selection of limited-edition artworks created by leading international artists at affordable prices, making the world of collecting accessible to new audiences. Participants in the sector include Borch Editions (Copenhagen), Cristea Roberts Gallery (London), Knust Kunz Gallery Editions (Munich), Paragon (London) and STPI Gallery (Singapore).

Frieze Masters

With more than 130 participating galleries and led by Nathan Clements-Gillespie, Frieze Masters brings together six millennia of art – from rare antiquities to Old Master paintings to 20th-century masterpieces – creating a destination where visitors can discover art history anew.

G.R. Santosh, Untitled, Oil on canvas, 1969, 36.0 x 36.0 in. / 91.4 x 91.4 cm., Signed in Hindi and dated (lower left) ‘Santosh / 69’, Verso: Artist’s name in English on stretcher (twice) ‘SANTOSH’
G.R. Santosh, Untitled, Oil on canvas, 1969, 36.0 x 36.0 in. / 91.4 x 91.4 cm. Courtesy of DAG

The fair features a cohort of major international galleries including Colnaghi, Galerie Eric Coatelem, De Jonckheere, Simon C. Dickinson, Peter Finer, Gagosian, Richard Green, Johnny Van Haeften, Hakgojae Gallery, Peter Harrington, Hauser & Wirth, Gallery Hyundai, Annely Juda Fine Art, Pace Gallery, Galerie G. Sarti, Skarstedt, Sprüth Magers, Craig Starr Gallery, Axel Vervoordt, Waddington Custot and Offer Waterman.

Modern Women: Curated by AWARE

2023 sees the introduction of Modern Women, a new themed section curated by Camille Morineau (Co- founder of non-profit organisation AWARE – Archive of Women Artists, Research and Exhibitions) and her team. Dedicated to solo exhibitions by women artists, Modern Women places a special focus on works created between 1880 and 1980, a pivotal period for women’s rights and feminism.

Featured artists include Tarsila do Amaral (Almeida & Dale Art Gallery), Anna-Eva Bergman and Germaine Richier (Perrotin), Lisetta Carmi (Ciaccia Levi and Galleria Martini & Ronchetti), Émilie Charmy (Galerie Bernard Bouche), Kangja Jung (Arario Gallery), Maria Lai (M77), Vera Molnár (Vintage Galéria), Faith Ringgold (ACA Galleries), Paule Vézelay (England & Co) and Ethel Walker (Piano Nobile).

Faith Ringgold (b. 1930), Feminist Series #16, "And Man is So Selfish" Sojourner Truth, 1972, Acrylic on canvas, cloth quilted borders, 47 x 33 1/2 in. (119.4 x 85.1 cm), courtesy of the Artist and ACA Galleries
Faith Ringgold (b. 1930), Feminist Series #16 ‘And Man Is So Selfish’ Sojourner Truth, 1972, Acrylic on canvas, cloth quilted borders, 47 x 33 1/2 in. (119.4 x 85.1 cm), courtesy of the Artist and ACA Galleries

Studio: Curated by Sheena Wagstaff

Also new this year is Studio, curated by Sheena Wagstaff (Leonard A Lauder Chair of Modern and Contemporary Art at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York until 2022). Its focus is the artist’s place of making, where the spark of invention becomes manifest as an object. It features five singular international artists – Maggi Hambling, Mona Hatoum, Lucia Laguna, Arlene Shechet and Hyun-Sook Song – who dig deep into past culture to inform and reinvigorate their practice. Integral to each presentation are archival images and objects, accumulated over many decades in an artist’s workroom and invoking their creative lifeline and the spirit of the studio as an ever-changing, living space.

Spotlight: Curated by Valerie Cassel Oliver

Curated for the first time by Valerie Cassel Oliver (Sydney and Frances Lewis Family Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts), Spotlight returns with solo presentations of 20th-century artists, emphasizing under-appreciated work from the 1950s to the 1970s.

This year’s featured artists include Rose Finn-Kelcey, Maren Hassinger, Zenzaburo Kojima, Anna Mark, Mehdi Moutashar, I Gusti Ayu Kadek Murniasih, Gianni Piacentino, Simona Runcan, Ethel Schwabacher and Toshiko Takaezu, among others.

Mehdi Moutashar, Parallèles, Paris,1968. Acrylic on cardboard, 50 x 65 cm, Courtesy Lawrie Shabibi and the artist.
Mehdi Moutashar, Parallèles, 1968. Acrylic on cardboard, 50 x 65 cm, Courtesy Lawrie Shabibi and the artist.

Stand Out

Stand Out returns for the third consecutive year steered by Luke Syson (Director and Marlay Curator of the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge). The curated section challenges traditional hierarchies of media, which are largely obsolete in contemporary art – here, artworks once dismissed as ‘decorative’ are meaningfully re-examined and reclaimed. This year, Syson’s section explores the myriad ways in which colour is key to the aesthetic of art objects and sculpture.

[Eisuke Morimoto, Untitled, Ceramics, 1994–98, ceramic, varying dimensions, courtesy the Artist and Guild Gallery
Eisuke Morimoto, Untitled, ceramics, 1994–98, ceramic, varying dimensions, courtesy of the artist and Guild Gallery



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Frieze London Galleries

Frieze Masters Galleries


1 Mira Madrid, Madrid
47 Canal, New York
VI, VII, Oslo
Adams and Ollman, Portland
Christian Andersen, Copenhagen
The Approach, London
Arcadia Missa, London
Athr Gallery, Jeddah, Riyadh, AlUla
Gallery Baton, Seoul
blank, Cape Town
Blindspot Gallery, Hong Kong
Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York, Aspen
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York, Los Angeles
The Breeder, Athens
Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne
Carlos/Ishikawa, London
Casado Santapau, Madrid
ChertLüdde, Berlin
Clearing, New York, Brussels, Los Angeles
James Cohan, New York
Sadie Coles HQ, London
Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin, Basel
Pilar Corrias, London
Galeria Vera Cortês, Lisbon
Corvi-Mora, London
Crèvecœur, Paris
Croy Nielsen, Vienna
Thomas Dane Gallery, London, Naples
Dastan Gallery, Tehran
Massimo De Carlo, Milan, London, Hong Kong, Paris, Beijing
dépendance, Brussels
Don Gallery, Shanghai
Edel Assanti, London
Galerie Eigen + Art, Leipzig, Berlin
Emalin, London
Experimenter, Kolkata, Mumbai
Carl Freedman Gallery, Margate
Stephen Friedman Gallery, London
Frith Street Gallery, London
Gagosian, Athens, Basel, Geneva, Gstaad, Hong Kong, London, Los Angeles, New York, Paris, Rome
François Ghebaly, Los Angeles, New York
Goodman Gallery,  London, Johannesburg, Cape Town
Gordon Robichaux, New York
Alexander Gray Associates, New York, Germantown
Grimm, Amsterdam, London, New York
Galerie Karin Guenther, Hamburg
Hales, London, New York
Hauser & Wirth, London, Somerset, New York, Los Angeles, Southampton, Hong Kong, Menorca, Zurich, St Moritz, Gstaad, Monaco
Herald St, London
Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin, Paris, London, Marfa
High Art, Paris, Arles
Hollybush Gardens, London
Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, London
Xavier Hufkens, Brussels
i8, Reykjavik
Ingleby, Edinburgh
Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo, Kyoto, Maebashi
Alison Jacques, London
Jhaveri Contemporary, Mumbai
Kadel Willborn, Düsseldorf
Kalfayan, Athens, Thessaloniki
Casey Kaplan, New York
Karma, New York, Los Angeles
Sean Kelly, New York, Los Angeles
Kerlin Gallery, Dublin
Tina Kim Gallery, New York, Seoul
David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, New York
Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna
Kukje Gallery, Seoul, Busan
Lehmann Maupin, New York, Hong Kong, Seoul, London
Galerie Lelong & Co., New York
David Lewis, New York
Josh Lilley, London
Lisson Gallery, London, New York, Los Angeles, Shanghai, Beijing
Kate MacGarry, London
Magician Space, Beijing
Maisterravalbuena, Madrid
Matthew Marks Gallery, New York, Los Angeles
Victoria Miro, London, Venice
Modern Art, London
The Modern Institute, Glasgow
mor charpentier, Paris, Bogotá
Taro Nasu, Tokyo
Nature Morte, New Delhi
Night Gallery, Los Angeles
Galleria Franco Noero, Turin
Galerie Nordenhake, Berlin, Stockholm, Mexico City
Galleria Lorcan O’Neill, Rome, Venice
OMR, Mexico City
P.P.O.W, New York
P420, Bologna
Pace Gallery, New York, London, Hong Kong, Seoul, Geneva, Los Angeles, with Arlene Shechet
Maureen Paley, London, Hove
Parker Gallery, Los Angeles
Peres Projects, Berlin, Seoul, Milan
Perrotin, Paris, Hong Kong, New York, Seoul, Tokyo, Shanghai, Dubai
Praxis, New York, Buenos Aires 
Project 88, Mumbai
Project Native Informant, London
Proyectos Ultravioleta, Guatemala City
Almine Rech, Paris, Brussels, London, New York, Shanghai, Monaco
Phillida Reid, London
Thaddaeus Ropac, London, Paris, Salzburg, Seoul
Lia Rumma, Milan, Naples
Richard Saltoun Gallery, London, Rome
Esther Schipper, Berlin, Paris, Seoul
Seventeen, London
Sfeir-Semler Gallery, Beirut, Hamburg
Société, Berlin
Sprovieri, London
Sprüth Magers, Berlin, London, Los Angeles, New York
Stevenson, Cape Town, Johannesburg, Amsterdam
The Sunday Painter, London
Timothy Taylor, London, New York
Tiwani Contemporary, London, Lagos
Union Pacific, London
Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi
Various Small Fires (VSF), Los Angeles, Dallas, Seoul
Galerie Tanja Wagner, Berlin
Michael Werner, New York, London, Berlin
White Cube, London, Hong Kong, New York, Seoul, Paris, West Palm Beach
David Zwirner, New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Hong Kong


Carl Freedman Gallery, Margate
Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, New York
alexander levy, Berlin
Silverlens, Manila, New York
Praxis, New York, Buenos Aires 
Nicola Vassell Gallery, New York
Gallery Ver, Bangkok
Shahin Zarinbal, Berlin


80M2 Livia Benavides, Lima
Addis Fine Art, London, Addis Ababa
Nir Altman, Munich
And Now, Dallas
Helena Anrather, New York
Clima, Milan
Copperfield, London
Crisis, Lima
Damien & The Love Guru, Brussels, Zurich
Drei, Cologne
Franz Kaka, Toronto
Gianni Manhattan, Vienna
Ginny on Frederick, London
Gypsum, Cairo
Harlesden High Street, London
Heidi, Berlin
HOA, São Paulo
Hot Wheels, Athens
In Lieu, Los Angeles
Kristina Kite Gallery, Los Angeles
Galerie Noah Klink, Berlin
Llano, Mexico City
Marfa', Beirut
Nicoletti, London
PM8 / Francisco Salas, Vigo
Public Gallery, London
Dawid Radziszewski, Warsaw
Soft Opening, London
Sweetwater, Berlin
Sophie Tappeiner, Vienna Gallery
Vacancy, Shanghai
Vardaxoglou, London
Vitrine, London, Basel
Wschód, Warsaw, Cologne, New York


Borch Editions, Copenhagen
Cristea Roberts Gallery, London
Knust Kunz Gallery Editions, Munich
Paragon, London
STPI Gallery, Singapore


David Aaron, London
Didier Aaron, Paris, New York
Archeus / Post-Modern, London
Ariadne, London
ArtAncient, London
Emanuel von Baeyer, London
Bastian, Berlin, London
Charles Beddington, London
BorzoGallery, Amsterdam
Bowman Sculpture, London
Ben Brown Fine Arts, London, Hong Kong, Palm Beach
Galleria Tommaso Calabro, Milan
Cardi, Milan, London
Castelli Gallery, New York
Galerie Chenel, Paris
Stéphane Clavreuil Rare Books, London, Paris
Galerie Eric Coatalem, Paris
Colnaghi, London, New York, Madrid
Galleria Continua, San Gimignano, Beijing, Les Moulins, Havana, Roma, São Paolo, Paris, Dubai
Paul Coulon, London
Gisèle Croës s.a., Brussels
Daniel Crouch Rare Books, London, New York
D’Lan Contemporary, Melbourne, New York
De Jonckheere, Geneva
DAG, New Delhi, Mumbai, New York
Dickinson, London
Charles Ede, London
Elliott Fine Art, London
Les Enluminures, Paris, New York, Chicago
Larkin Erdmann, Zurich
Eykyn Maclean, London, New York
Peter Finer, London
Sam Fogg, London
Gagosian, London, New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Rome, Athens, Geneva, Basel, Gstaad, Hong Kong
Gomide&Co, São Paulo
Richard Green, London
Garth Greenan Gallery, New York
Grosvenor Gallery, London
Dr. Jörn Günther Rare Books, Basel
Johnny Van Haeften, London
Hakgojae Gallery, Seoul
Peter Harrington, London
Hauser & Wirth, London, Somerset, New York, Los Angeles, Southampton, Hong Kong, Menorca, Zurich, St Moritz, Gstaad, Monaco
Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert, London
Paul Hughes Fine Arts, Maiden Bradley
Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, New York
Lyndsey Ingram, London
Johyun Gallery, Busan
Annely Juda Fine Art, London
Kasmin, New York
Koetser Gallery, Zurich
Kukje Gallery, Seoul, Busan
Salomon Lilian, Amsterdam, Geneva
Lullo Pampoulides, London
Luxembourg + Co., London, New York
Galeria MaPa, São Paulo
Marlborough, New York, London, Madrid
Maruani Mercier, Brussels, Knokke, Zaventem
The Mayor Gallery, London
Mazzoleni, London, Turin
Galerie Mitterrand, Paris
Moretti Fine Art, London, Monte Carlo, Paris
Philip Mould & Company, London
Helly Nahmad, London
Gallery Wendi Norris, San Francisco
Stephen Ongpin Fine Art, London
Ortuzar Projects, New York
Osborne Samuel Gallery, London
PKM Gallery, Seoul
Artur Ramon Art, Barcelona
Robilant + Voena, London, Milan, Paris, New York
Carlton Rochell Asian Art, New York
G. Sarti, Paris
Jack Shainman Gallery, New York
Shapero Rare Books / Shapero Modern, London
Susan Sheehan Gallery, New York
Shibunkaku, Kyoto, Tokyo
Sies + Höke, Dusseldorf
Skarstedt, London, New York, Paris
Craig Starr Gallery, New York
Thomsen Gallery, New York
Tornabuoni Arte, Florence, Milan, Rome, Paris, Forte dei Marmi, Crans Montana
Rafael Valls, London
Van Doren Waxter, New York
Venus Over Manhattan, New York
Axel Vervoordt, Antwerp, Hong Kong
Rupert Wace, Suffolk
Waddington Custot, London
Offer Waterman, London
Wildenstein & Co., New York


ACA Galleries, New York
Almeida & Dale, São Paulo, with Tarsila Do Amaral
Arario Gallery, Seoul, Shanghai, Cheonan, with Kangja Jung
Galerie Bernard Bouche, Paris
Ciaccia Levi, Milan, Paris
England & Co, London
M77, Milan, Mallorca
Galleria Martini & Ronchetti, Genoa
Perrotin, Paris, Hong Kong, New York, Seoul, Tokyo, Shanghai, Dubai, Los Angeles, with Anna-Eva Bergman
Piano Nobile, London
Vintage Galéria, Budapest


Sadie Coles HQ, London
Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel, São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro
Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert, London
Pace Gallery, New York, Los Angeles, London, Hong Kong, Geneva, Seoul, Palm Beach
Frankie Rossi Art Projects, London
Sprüth Magers, Berlin, London, Los Angeles, New York
White Cube, London, Hong Kong, Paris, New York, West Palm Beach


Cecilia Brunson Projects, London
Berry Campbell, New York
James Cohan, New York
Galerie Volker Diehl, Berlin
The Gallery of Everything, London
Eric Firestone Gallery, New York, East Hampton
Gajah Gallery, Singapore, Jakarta, Yogyakarta
Susan Inglett Gallery, New York
Ivan, Bucharest
Kisterem, Budapest
kó, Lagos
Lawrie Shabibi, Dubai
Kate MacGarry, London
MC Gallery, Buenos Aires
Nonaka-Hill, Los Angeles
Parrasch Heijnen, Los Angeles
Richard Saltoun Gallery, London, Rome
Sicardi Ayers Bacino, Houston
Standard (Oslo), Oslo
Galleria Federico Vavassori, Milan, with Gianni Piacentino


Friedman Benda, New York, Los Angeles
Prahlad Bubbar, London
Galerie Chenel, Paris*
Gisèle Croës s.a., Brussels*
Peter Finer, London*
James Graham-Stewart, London
Guild Gallery, New York
Koopman Rare Art, London
Lullo Pampoulides, London*
Ronald Phillips, London
Raccanello & Leprince, London
Adrian Sassoon, London
Rose Uniacke, London
Axel Vervoordt, Antwerp, Hong Kong*
*Denotes Main section galleries who will dedicate a part of their booth to Stand Out

Main image: Daniel Richter, (Not Yet Titled), 2023, Oil on canvas, 230 x 170 cm (90,55 x 66,93 in), Courtesy Thaddaeus Ropac gallery, London · Paris · Salzburg · Seoul, © Daniel Richter / VG Bildkunst, Bonn 2023, Photo: Eric Tschernow.