Introducing Frieze London and Frieze Masters 2022

Bringing together over 280 galleries from 42 countries, with specially curated sections, the two fairs will celebrate the creative spirit of the city

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Frieze London and Frieze Masters will take place from 12 to 16 October in The Regent’s Park, bringing together galleries from 42 countries, to celebrate the creative spirit of the city. Led by Eva Langret, Frieze London will feature over 160 of the world’s leading contemporary galleries. Frieze Masters, directed by Nathan Clements-Gillespie, will feature over 120 galleries, showing work from ancient to modern.

Eva Langret, Director of Frieze London said: ‘This year’s fair promises to not only celebrate the cultural life of London but also showcase its global reach. Our participating gallery list reflects the city’s position as an international centre, bringing together some of the most exciting galleries, from major names to emerging spaces. Our special sections, of Focus and Indra’s Net, will promote discovery and foreground some of the most exciting creative ideas that are shaping conversations on contemporary art today.’

Nathan Clements-Gillespie, Director of Frieze Masters added: ‘2022 marks an exciting year for Frieze Masters as we celebrate the fair’s tenth anniversary and our launch in Seoul. This year the fair will deliver an unmissable mix of art from across six millennia of history, featuring some of the most loved-figures as well as highlighting previously unknown talent. From Neolithic China to Nigeria in the 1960s, the opportunity for discovery is particularly evident in our special sections Spotlight, curated by Camille Morineau and AWARE, dedicated to pioneering women artists from the 20th century, and Stand Out which returns under the guidance of Luke Syson.’


Colourful hanging sculpture by Homa Delvaray
Homa Delvaray, Khâsh, 2021, Fabric collage on board, wooden pulleys and steel bar, Courtesy of Dastan Gallery and the Artist

A strong line up of galleries from across the globe will participate in Frieze London 2022, offering visitors the opportunity to encounter the work of some of the most important artists working today, as well as discovering new names. Alongside the main section of the fair, Focus is devoted to galleries established in the last 12 years.

The fair will once again foreground new ideas that are shaping conversations about contemporary art today. Sandhini Poddar (Adjunct Curator at the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi) will curate this year’s special section, ‘Indra’s Net’, which is a term derived from Buddist and Hindu thought and refers to an ethics of being in which an individual atom holds within it the structure of reality. Poddar refers to the idea as akin to ‘a vast bejeweled net: at every nexus there is a reflective orb that mirrors and refracts every other orb in its entirety. Every part is held within the whole in a system of dependent origination. All sentient life is interconnected and interdependent; shifts to one atom subtly alter the rest.’

‘Indra’s Net’ will feature 10 dedicated presentations, as well as a number of cabinet-style displays scattered throughout the main section of the fair.

Dorothy Cross sculpture of skeletal hand with 1 silver fingertip
Dorothy Cross, Fingertip Pearl, 2011, hand bones, fingertip bone, overgrown with black-lipped, oyster nacre, Image courtesy of the artist and Kerlin Gallery, Dublin


Across the park, Frieze Masters will bring together six millennia of art – from rare antiquities to Old Master paintings, to luminaries of the 20th century – creating a destination where visitors can discover art history anew.

David Teniers the Younger, An Alchemist in his Workshop
David Teniers the Younger, An Alchemist in his Workshop, Oil on canvas, Courtesy of Johnny Van Haeften

The much-celebrated Spotlight section of Frieze Masters will this year be curated by Camille Morineau (co-founder and Research Director of AWARE - Archives of Women Artists, Research, and Exhibitions) and the AWARE team and be dedicated to women artists.

Nike Davies-Okundaye, Untitled,1968, Embroidery, 31 x 27 inches, Courtesy of the Artist and kó Gallery, Image © Kazeem Adewolu
Nike Davies-Okundaye, Untitled,1968, Embroidery, 31 x 27 inches, Courtesy of the Artist and kó Gallery, Image © Kazeem Adewolu

Returning from 2021, Frieze Masters will also feature the section Stand Out, curated by Luke Syson (Director of Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge), which will this year focus on the idea of Global Exchange and bring together art objects from across the ages that are great works of design, of sculptural and conceptual brilliance. Stand Out looks beyond hierarchical distinctions between works of art in different media, and in doing so reconsiders art objects often termed ‘decorative’ or ‘functional.

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1 Mira Madrid

47 Canal


Adams and Ollman

Christian Andersen

The Approach

Arcadia Missa (shared with Project Native Informant)


Gallery Baton

Nicelle Beauchene Gallery


Marianne Boesky Gallery

The Breeder

Galerie Gisela Capitain




James Cohan

Sadie Coles HQ

Pilar Corrias

Galeria Vera Cortês



Croy Nielsen

Thomas Dane Gallery

Dastan Gallery


Don Gallery

Galerie Eigen + Art


Carl Freedman Gallery

Stephen Friedman Gallery

Frith Street Gallery

James Fuentes


Gavlak Gallery

François Ghebaly

Goodman Gallery 

Alexander Gray Associates


Galerie Karin Guenther (shared with Kadel Willborn)

Kavi Gupta


Hauser & Wirth

Herald St

Galerie Max Hetzler

High Art

Hollybush Gardens

Pippy Houldsworth Gallery

Xavier Hufkens

Gallery Hyundai


Taka Ishii Gallery

Alison Jacques

Jhaveri Contemporary

Kadel Willborn (shared with Galerie Karin Guenther)

Casey Kaplan


Sean Kelly

Tina Kim Gallery

König Galerie

Kendall Koppe

David Kordansky Gallery

Galerie Krinzinger

Kukje Gallery

Simon Lee Gallery

Lehmann Maupin

Galerie Lelong & Co.

Josh Lilley

Lisson Gallery

Kate MacGarry


Matthew Marks Gallery

Victoria Miro

Modern Art

The Modern Institute

mor charpentier

Morán Morán

mother's tankstation

Nature Morte

Night Gallery

Galleria Franco Noero (shared with Sprovieri)

Galleria Lorcan O'Neill




Pace Gallery

Maureen Paley

Peres Projects


Project 88

Project Native Informant (shared with Arcadia Missa)

Proyectos Ultravioleta

Almine Rech

Thaddaeus Ropac

Lia Rumma

Ryan Lee Gallery

Esther Schipper


Sfeir-Semler Gallery

Jack Shainman Gallery

Sies + Höke


Southard Reid

Sprovieri (shared with Galleria Franco Noero)

Sprüth Magers


The Sunday Painter

Timothy Taylor

Rachel Uffner Gallery

Vadehra Art Gallery


Michael Werner

White Cube

Galerie Hubert Winter

David Zwirner


80M2 Livia Benavides, Gabriel Acevedo Velarde

Addis Fine Art, Selome Muleta

Nir Altman, Josephine Baker

Helena Anrather, Jennifer Carvalho

Blindspot Gallery, Trevor Yeung

Matthew Brown, Kenturah Davis

Company Gallery, Hayden Dunham, Women's History Museum

Damien & The Love Guru, Emanuele Marcuccio

Derosia, Zoe Barcza

Edel Assanti, Marcin Dudek

Emalin, Daiga Grantina

Gianni Manhattan, Barbara Kapusta

Ginsberg, Daniel De La Barra

Green Art Gallery, Maryam Hoseini

Gypsum, Mahmoud Khaled

Hot Wheels Athens, Marina Xenofontos

Hua International, Rafael Domenech

In Lieu, Maren Karlson

Galerie Noah Klink, Gerrit Frohne-Brinkmann

LambdaLambdaLambda, Tatjana Danneberg (shared with Dawid Radziszewski)

Kiang Malingue, Nabuqi 

Marfa', Rania Stephan

Microscope Gallery, Peggy Ahwesh 

Édouard Montassut, Hélène Fauquet

PM8 / Francisco Salas, Elena Narbutaitė

Dawid Radziszewski, Tatjana Danneberg (shared with LambdaLambdaLambda)

Soft Opening, Rhea Dillon

Sweetwater, Jesse Stecklow

Sophie Tappeiner, Angelika Loderer

Temnikova & Kasela, Kaarel Kurismaa

Tiwani Contemporary, Joy Labinjo, Umar Rashid 

Union Pacific, Agnieszka Polska

Gallery Vacancy, Michael Ho

Vitrine, Tarek Lakhrissi

Wschód, Joanna Woś


Borch Editions

Cristea Roberts Gallery

Knust Kunz Gallery Editions

Paragon | Contemporary Editions

STPI – Creative Workshop & Gallery


Cecilia Brunson Projects, Patricia Dominguez

Commonwealth and Council, Eddie Rodolfo Aparicio & Clarissa Tossin

Copperfield, Jamilah Sabur & Oscar Santillán

Jhaveri Contemporary, Muhanned Cader

Kerlin Gallery, Dorothy Cross

Lisson Gallery, Shirazeh Houshiary

Peana, Tomás Díaz Cedeño

Galerie Quynh, Tuan Andrew Nguyen

Saskia Fernando Gallery, Chandraguptha Thenuwara

Silverlens Galleries, Martha Atienza

Experimenter, Prabhakar Pachpute

Frith Street Gallery, Dorothy Cross

Grimm, Claudia Martínez Garay

Lehmann Maupin, Teresita Fernandez

Kate MacGarry, Goshka Macuga

Jack Shainman Gallery, Richard Mosse

Vermelho, Claudia Andujar



David Aaron

Didier Aaron

ACA Galleries


Almeida & Dale Galeria de Arte

Archeus / Post-Modern



Emanuel von Baeyer


Martin Beisly Fine Art

Berggruen Gallery

BorzoGallery (shared with The Mayor Gallery)

Bowman Sculpture

Ben Brown Fine Arts

Prahlad Bubbar

Galleria Tommaso Calabro

Cardi Gallery

Castelli Gallery

Galerie Chenel

Stéphane Clavreuil Rare Books

Galleria Continua

Paul Coulon (shared with Eykyn Maclean)

Gisèle Croës - Arts d'Extrême Orient s.a.

Daniel Crouch Rare Books

De Jonckheere

Charles Ede

Elliott Fine Art

Les Enluminures

Larkin Erdmann Gallery

Eykyn Maclean (shared with Paul Coulon)

Peter Finer

Sam Fogg

Stephen Friedman Gallery

Thomas Gibson Fine Art

Richard Green

Garth Greenan Gallery

Grosvenor Gallery

Dr. Jörn Günther Rare Books

Johnny Van Haeften

Peter Harrington

Hauser & Wirth (shared with Moretti Fine Art)

Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert

Tristan Hoare

Michael Hoppen Gallery

Paul Hughes Fine Arts (shared with Galeria MaPa)

Gallery Hyundai

Lyndsey Ingram

Bernard Jacobson Gallery

Johyun Gallery

Annely Juda Fine Art


Tina Keng Gallery

Lampronti Gallery

Salomon Lilian

Lullo • Pampoulides

Luxembourg + Co.

Yves Macaux (shared with Richard Nagy)

Galeria MaPa (shared with Paul Hughes Fine Arts)


Barbara Mathes Gallery

The Mayor Gallery (shared with BorzoGallery)


Michael Goedhuis

Van der Meij Fine Arts

Kamel Mennour

Maruani Mercier 

Galleria Massimo Minini

Galerie Mitterrand

Amir Mohtashemi

Moretti Fine Art (shared with Hauser & Wirth)

Richard Nagy

Helly Nahmad

Ambrose Naumann Fine Art

David Nolan Gallery

Gallery Wendi Norris

Stephen Ongpin Fine Art

Ortuzar Projects

Osborne Samuel Gallery

Artur Ramon Art


Carlton Rochell Asian Art


Shapero Rare Books / Shapero Modern

Susan Sheehan Gallery



Stair Sainty Gallery

Craig F. Starr Gallery

Tornabuoni Arte

Van de Weghe

Van Doren Waxter

Axel Vervoordt

Waddington Custot

Offer Waterman

Wildenstein & Co.

David Zwirner



Ab-Anbar, Sonia Balassanian

acb, Margit Szilvitzky

Apalazzogallery, Lucia Marcucci (shared with Frittelli Arte Contemporanea)

Galerie Bernard Bouche, Marthe Wéry

Cecilia Brunson Projects, Katie van Scherpenberg

Ceysson & Bénétière, Orlan

DAG, Madhvi Parekh

Dirimart, Fahrelnissa Zeid

Einspach Fine Art & Photography, Orshi Drozdik

England & Co, Anne Bean

The Gallery of Everything, Sister Gertrude Morgan

Henrique Faria, Susana Rodríguez (shared with Herlitzka + Faria)

Eric Firestone Gallery, Pat Passlof

Galerie A&R Fleury, Geneviève Claisse

Frittelli Arte Contemporanea, Lucia Marcucci (shared with Apalazzogallery)

Herlitzka + Faria, Susana Rodríguez (shared with Henrique Faria)

Alison Jacques, Ljiljana Blazevska

Galerie Knoell, Dadamaino

kó, Nike Davies-Okundaye

Kukje Gallery, Wook-kyung Choi

Loeve&Co, Leonor Fini

Pace Gallery, Mary Corse

Franklin Parrasch Gallery, Sylvia Snowden

Almine Rech, Vivian Springford

Richard Saltoun Gallery, Romany Eveleigh

Stephenson art, Daniela Vinopalová

Cristin Tierney Gallery, Mary Lucier

Galerie Jocelyn Wolff, Colette Brunschwig



Prahlad Bubbar *

Gisèle Croës - Arts d'Extrême Orient s.a. *

Peter Finer *

Sam Fogg *

Oscar Graf

Oscar Humphries

Lullo • Pampoulides *

Amir Mohtashemi *

Raccanello & Leprince

Axel Vervoordt*

*Denotes Main section galleries participating in the Stand Out section as part of an extension of the section, this means that they will dedicate a part of their Main section booth to the section.


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