Now Open: Frieze Viewing Room London and Masters Edition 2023

Available from October 4 – 18, visitors can preview and acquire significant artworks on our digital platform, with exclusive access to gallery presentations ahead of official opening

in Frieze London & Frieze Masters | 04 OCT 23

Frieze Viewing Room is a free digital platform, connecting global audiences with Frieze's galleries and artists.  


Open to all from October 4 – 18, the Viewing Room offers fair visitors a select preview of gallery presentations coming to Frieze London and Frieze Masters 2023, as well as the chance for audiences around the world to experience and acquire the artworks on show. It covers all sections of Frieze London and Masters 2023, including special sections for Frieze London's 20th anniversary, like Artist-to-Artist, and celebrated curations like Modern Women from Frieze Masters.

Mona Hatoum Fossil Folly (group of 3) 2023 Three steel barrels Overall: 110 x 193 x 145 cm | 43 5/16 x 76 x 57 1/16 in. © Mona Hatoum. Photo © White Cube (Theo Christelis). Commissioned by Sharjah Art Foundation.
Mona Hatoum, Fossil Folly (group of 3), 2023. Three steel barrels. Dimensions variable.

© Mona Hatoum. Photo © White Cube (Theo Christelis). Commissioned by Sharjah Art Foundation.

Visitors to the Frieze Viewing Room are able to:

  • Preview gallery presentations ahead of the official opening
  • Revisit presentations after their visit to the fairs
  • Search artworks by artist, price, date and medium
  • Chat with galleries


Further Information


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Main image: Ai Wei Wei, Dropping a Han Dynasty Urn, 1995. Tryptich, b/w print, 208,5 x 274 x 6 cm each (with frame), Courtesy: GALLERIA CONTINUA. Photo by: Ai Weiwei 

Thumbnail image: Philip Guston, Calm Sea,1977, Oil on canvas,174 x 217.2 cm / 68 1/2 x 85 1/2 in. © The Estate of Philip Guston. Courtesy the Estate and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Sarah Muehlbauer