Frieze London 2023

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The Indian gallery was awarded the prize for their presentation ‘Do You Know How to Start a Fire’, which features seven intergenerational women artists

Launching in collaboration with the Victoria & Albert Museum and New York’s Gordon Robichaux gallery, the London iteration of Frieze Library features publications on El Anatsui, Rose Finn-Kelcey and Lucia Laguna, among others

The Director of the Institute of Contemporary Arts shares her favourite spots including some stand-out West End galleries 

The 20th anniversary edition of Frieze London is open at The Regent’s Park until Sunday, 15 October. Here are some highlights from the fair so far

Explore art from emerging stars to global icons, and uncover hidden gems at the fairs

The London-based artist, who is represented by Ginny on Frederick, will realize a solo exhibition at Camden Art Centre in 2024 as part of the prize

The chef-patron of the lauded West African restaurant explains her journey from Brixton pop-up to London’s West End 

With Frieze’s No.9 joined by Stephen Friedman and Alison Jacques, and new shows by Shirin Neshat, Sheila Hicks and international indigenous artists, the classic Mayfair address is reinvigorated

BY Anny Shaw |

From a rare display of works by Anna Mendelssohn at Whitechapel Gallery to Ellie Pratt’s distorted female portraits at South Parade

BY Juliet Jacques |

Showing in the fair’s Deutsche Bank lounges, Shonibare’s latest series is informed by his time at the Guest Artists Space Foundation near Lagos

In Collaboration with Deutsche Bank

For the 20th anniversary of Frieze London, new section Artist-to-Artist invites eight leading artists to highlight rising art stars from Berlin to Bangkok

BY Skye Sherwin |

Discover affordable works by celebrated international artists, including new editions by Tacita Dean, Yinka Shonibare and Ali Banisadr, alongside special commissions presented by Allied Editions

In this new series, galleries and gallerists who have been part of Frieze London since day one in 2003 talk about London, the art world and their approach to showing work

BY Chris Waywell |

A group of teenagers traverse a utopian city, their journey nuanced with poetic texts and motifs borrowed from 19th-century Sicilian fairy tales

A complex surreal tapestry that blurs the boundaries between science fiction, archaeology and youthful spontaneity

With nods to noir and German Expresionism, Strafer’s film is an intriguingly wonky piece of meta-cinema

Workers select 100,000 petals from 10,000 roses to create a generative algorithm in this meditation on nature, beauty and uniqueness

A film that champions the shipworm, a tiny marine creature that ate away at the vessels involved in the Atlantic slave trade

The artists, both participating in 2024’s PST ART: ‘Art & Science Collide’, talk about animality, science and Lin’s dynamic display at Frieze London 2023

BY P Staff AND Candice Lin |

The Ghanian-born artist is the latest to undertake Hyundai Commission for the cavernous Tate Modern space

BY Allie Biswas |