Frieze London 2021

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A year celebrating art from around the world and across the ages, along with new ventures and projects

Watch Languid Hands and Flat 70 discuss creative expression and black queerness in art 

The London-based singer-songwriter gave an exclusive solo performance followed by a live conversation with Edith Bowman for Frieze Music at Frieze London 2021

In Collaboration with BMW

The philanthropist and collector shares her favourite works from the Frieze London & Masters 2021 edition of Frieze Viewing Room

Explore some of the best artwork and galleries at this year's fairs in Regent's Park

View highlights from this year's fair

The artist speaks about her performative installation for the Unworlding section at Frieze London

The artist talks about her latest body of work presented at Frieze London 2021 by Stephen Friedman Gallery

Rene Matić, Mike Silva, and Obiora Udechukwu are also among the artists whose works have been acquired for the UK national collection

This year the CAS Collections Fund at Frieze is supporting the Harris Museum and Art Gallery in Preston

The actress, filmmaker, and writer shares her top five works including paintings by Honor Titus and Lucy Bull from Frieze London

Watch tours of Frieze Viewing Room with our global consultants speaking to galleries about their digital presentations

Eva Langret, Director of Frieze London, gives a tour of the fair on Frieze Viewing Room

As collective reopens its renovated exhibition space we look back at its impressive record of rearing talent, dating back to its tram-shed Clapham days.

BY Matthew McLean |

Watch Even Myself Knows That Too (Journal Dub) (2021), part of Frieze London's programme of performance curated by Languid Hands

Watch Condition the roses, accept the vision. C.R.Y (2021), part of Frieze London's programme of performance curated by Languid Hands

From Robert Mapplethorpe to Alexandra Bircken, the former Lanvin menswear designer picks his favourite artworks on Frieze Viewing Room

BY Lucas Ossendrijver |

Galleries were awarded for their outstanding presentations in the main and Focus sections of this year's fair

From Louise Bourgeois to Hernan Bas, discover the favourite works of the Seoul-based designer


BY Teo Yang |

Cassa Pancho takes stock of how the landscape has changed for dancers of colour since she started Ballet Black in 2001

BY Emily May AND Cassa Pancho |