Frieze Seoul 2022

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A curated program showcasing local and diasporic Korean artists, screened in one of Seoul’s most historic neighbourhoods 

26 AUG 22

From a neon by Tracey Emin to historic work from Seung-Taek Lee, the Director of Art Sonje Center shares his top works from the Frieze Seoul 2022 edition 

01 SEP 22

From the fantastic visions of Hun Kyu Kim to icons of Dansaekhwa, South Korea’s most famous art movement

10 AUG 22

The launch edition includes film screenings co-curated by WESS and GYOPO, a Talks series in collaboration with Kiaf Seoul, and Frieze Week gallery activations

09 AUG 22

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

30 JUN 22

From P21 in Seoul to Dastan Gallery in Tehran, this special section will feature emerging artists and galleries

30 JUN 22

A program of conversations at COEX exploring subjects including the post-pandemic art world and the relationship between art and tech

30 AUG 22

Discover generations of artists inspired by popular culture, including paintings by American icons Warhol and  Litchenstein, sculptures by Osamu Mori and videos from Simon Fujiwara and Sungsil Ryu

02 SEP 22

From the welded sculptures of Melvin Edwards to Lari Pittman’s narrative paintings, a range of works investigating complexities of identity across cultures 

04 SEP 22

Light and mirrors from across the globe put a spin on perception of all kinds, from the geometric play of Rana Begum to Anish Kapoor’s optical illusions 

04 SEP 22

From playful neon warmth to a satirical take on “the exotic,” these works on Frieze Viewing Room span perspectives and price points 

03 SEP 22

The actor and director, celebrated for his roles in Squid Game and HUNT, visits Frieze Seoul and shares his experience of collecting and living with art, including pieces by Jenny Holzer and Jina Park 

05 SEP 22

We speak to the artist about 'The Encyclopedia of Invisibility' and his work connecting art, science and history with themes of invisibility, displacement and loss

04 SEP 22

Highlights from the main, Frieze Masters and Focus Asia sections of Frieze's first-ever fair in Asia

04 SEP 22

Exploring some of the most exciting booths and projects from Frieze Seoul’s launch edition

03 SEP 22

From a slice of contemporary U.S. history by Titus Kaphar to a spiritual reflection on light by Korean master Namkyu Ri

03 SEP 22