Galleries Taking Part in East End Day & West End Night

Frieze Week is celebrating the breadth of London’s art landscape with a day and a night of special shows, late openings, private views and parties, across the East and West Ends

in Frieze London , Frieze London & Frieze Masters , Frieze Masters | 02 OCT 23

A highlight of Frieze Week will be two events across London; East End Day, taking place on Sunday, 8 October, and West End Night on Thursday, 12 October. Many galleries and non-profits located across both areas will be open to Frieze audiences, with many spaces hosting special events and private views. 

NB: Some galleries may require appointments to be made in advance. Please consult galleries’ websites directly for further details.

East End Day: Sunday, 8 October, 11am–6pm

John Maclean Snow gate, 2023 Watercolour on board 30 x 22 cm
John Maclean, Snow gate, 2023. Watercolour on board 30 x 22 cm. On view: The Approach

Participating galleries

The Approach

John Maclean, ‘New Paintings’ in The Approach

Siân Newlove-Drew in The Annexe


Josiane M.H. Pozi, ‘Through my fault’


Nikita Gale, ‘Blur Ballad’


Gagosian Open, Christo

Herald St 

Pablo Bronstein

Kate MacGarry

Florian Meisenberg, ‘What does the smoke know of the fire?’

Peer Gallery

Iris Touliatou: ‘Outfits’

Project Native Informant

Joseph Yaeger, ‘Silent Treatment’

Public Gallery

‘The last train after the last train’

Seventeen Gallery

Andy Holden, ‘Song of Songs’

Dennis Severs’ House

‘Making History: The Ceramic Work of Simon Pettet’

Union Pacific

Kevin Brisco Jr

VITRINE Bermondsey

Luis Enrique Zela-Koort, in collaboration with N.A.S.A.L, MX


Benoît Piéron


Josèfa Ntjam, Limestone Memories – un maquis sous les étoiles

Raven Row

Lutz Bacher: AYE!

Maureen Paley

Eduardo Sarabia: 'Prologue'

West End Night: Thursday, 12 October 6pm - 8pm


Deanio X, Fruit Bowl (Triptych), 2023. On view: Marlborough Gallery

Participating galleries

Ben Brown Fine Arts

José Parlá, ‘PHOSPHENE’

Pilar Corrias

Cui Jie, Thermal Landscapes’

Edel Assanti

Sylvia Snowden, ‘M-Street on White’

Frith Street Gallery

Małgorzata Migra-Tas

Herald St, Museum St

Nick Relph

Hollybush Gardens

Siobhan Liddell, ‘Been and Gone’

Hypha Studios x Creative Land Trust


Marlborough Gallery

Deanio X, ‘Symphony of Storms’ | Alexander James, ‘Tuck Shop for the Wicked’

Helly Nahmad Gallery / Nahmad Projects

Raghav Babbar, ‘New Paintings’

Frankie Rossi Art Projects in affiliation with Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert

Maggi Hambling, ‘Maelstrom’

Sprüth Magers

Sylvie Fleury, ‘S.F.’

Vardaxoglou Gallery

Tanoa Sasraku, ‘Man Engine’

VITRINE Fitzrovia

Tim Etchells, ‘Continue Without Accepting’ 

Waddington Custot

Ian Davenport, ‘Lake’

Michael Werner Gallery

James Lee Byars and Seung-taek Lee, ‘Invisible Questions That Fill the Air’

Timothy Taylor

Eddie Martinez, ‘Enough’

Philip Mould & Company

‘500 Years of British Art’

Offer Waterman

‘On Foot’: An Exhibition Curated by Jonathan Anderson

Piano Nobile

R B Kitaj | ‘London to Los Angeles’

Sadie Coles HQ

Alvaro Barrington, 'Grandma's Land'

Martine Syms, 'Present Goo'

Urs Fischer, 'Flea Circus'


Derrick Adams: 'RECESS'

Richard Prince: 'Early Photography, 1977-87'

Richard Prince: 'The Entertainers'

Christo: 'Early Works'

Goodman Gallery

Shirin Neshat: 'The Fury'

Almine Rech Gallery

Celebrating Picasso Today: Infinite Modernism

Hauser & Wirth 

Avery Singer: 'Free Fall'

Gallery Max Hetzler

Eleanor Swordy: 'Busy Signal'  

Modern Art

Michael E. Smith

Union Pacific

Niklas Asker: Other Artefacts

Christea Roberts

Yinka Shonibare: 'Ritual Ecstasy of the Modern'


Main image: Eddie  Martinez, Stress Burp, 2023. Oil, acrylic, and spray paint on linen in artist-made strip frame. On View: Timothy Taylor