in Frieze Masters | 30 SEP 21

Solos, Themed Exhibitions and Extraordinary Objects at Frieze Masters 2021

From seminal works by William Kentridge to a masterpiece by Goya, explore unmissable presentations at this year's fair

in Frieze Masters | 30 SEP 21

Bringing together a snapshot of art history – from rare antiquities, to Old Master paintings, to luminaries of the 20th century – Frieze Masters is an unmissable destination for visitors and collectors.

Highlights include:

Galerie David Ghezelbash showing a rare 5th-century mosaic, depicting a unicorn.

Marian Goodman Gallery showing an unseen body of work by William Kentridge made between 1985-1991 (one of the most turbulent periods of South Africa’s history), including his first charcoal-and-collage animation film.

Peter Harrington Rare Books with a collection of manuscripts and books on climate change, which date from as early as the 15th century.

100 Seconds to Midnight, courtesy of Peter Harrington
One Hundred Seconds to Midnight. Courtesy of Peter Harrington

Lévy Gorvy featuring a ‘conversation’ between Carrie Mae Weems and the late Terry Adkins.

Lullo • Pampoulides presenting a lost colossal masterpiece by Jules van Biesbroeck.

Thaddaeus Ropac’s recreation of Rudi Fuch’s landmark documenta ‘82 exhibition featuring Georg Baselitz, Gilbert & George, Robert Mapplethorpe, Arnulf Rainer and Emilio Vedova.

Stair Sainty Gallery exhibiting the last late subject painting by Francisco de Goya in private hands, to coincide with a major exhibition of the artist’s work at The Fondation Beyeler, Basel.

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Main image: William Kentridge, Let Go Scot Free, 1989. Charcoal and ink wash on paper. Courtesy of the artist and Marian Goodman Gallery