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The deadline for applications to the next Frieze London, Frieze Masters and Frieze Sculpture is Thursday 18 January 2024

The founder of philanthropic community Spirit Now London, which offers an annual acquisition fund at Frieze, explains how personal connections are at the heart of her collecting

BY Chris Waywell |

The former Metropolitan Museum of Art and Tate Modern curator has been appointed as Creative Advisor for Frieze Masters, following her direction of the acclaimed Studio section at the 2023 edition 

BY frieze |

Luke Syson, Director of the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, and curator of Stand Out, chooses highlights from this year’s section, including a rosso antico satyr and George E. Ohr’s pioneering pottery

The Curator of Frieze Masters Talks sits down with one of the pioneers of British Pop Art to discuss his portraits, postcards and the uncanny

The curator of Spotlight talks about the influence of David Hammons and Senga Nengudi, her ‘North Star’ James Baldwin and wishing she could have met Augusta Savage

BY Valerie Cassel Oliver |

The South African painter reflects on the mysterious power of the Dutch artist’s Still Life with Flowers and Fruit

BY Cinga Samson |

Curated by Valerie Cassel Oliver, Spotlight features solo presentations by artists including Rose Finn-Kelcey, Maren Hassinger and Judith Lauand, reflecting on freedom, identity, political regimes and abstraction

20 years since the transformative debut Frieze Art Fair, discover a city and a community as vibrant as ever

In Collaboration with Deutsche Bank

This year's edition features over 130 galleries showcasing remarkable antiquities to twentieth century icons, new curated sections and a dynamic talks programme

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

Running concurrently 11–15 October 2023, in The Regent’s Park, London, the fairs bring together emerging and leading galleries spanning 46 countries

This year’s series includes artists Arlene Shechet, Sarah Lucas and Rachel Whiteread, curators Sheena Wagstaff and Valerie Cassel Oliver, and V&A East director Gus Casely-Hayford, onsite at dunhill x Frieze Masters Talks

Nathan Clements-Gillespie, Director of Frieze Masters, introduces rare manuscripts and works by Dan Flavin and Yun Hyong-keun

Discover some of the most compelling artworks, installations and performances from the opening days of the fair at COEX

The second edition of the fair features more than 120 international galleries, Focus Asia, Frieze Masters and an emphasis on Korean artists

The new section explores the role of the workspace in the creative practices and careers of artists Mona Hatoum, Maggi Hambling, Arlene Shechet, Lucia Laguna and Hyun-Sook Song

Discover masterpieces from throughout the ages, including illuminated manuscripts and iconic works by Henri Matisse, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Nam June Paik and more

From Korean pioneers of abstraction to rare 19th-century manuscripts, this year’s Frieze Seoul Masters section presents art traditions and history from a global perspective