Gallery Applications

Gallery applications for Frieze London and Frieze Masters 2017 are now closed

The 2017 editions will take place in Regent’s Park in London, from Thursday 5 – Sunday 8 October 2017, with a preview on Wednesday 4 October.

Frieze London
Focus is a significant destination at Frieze London for emerging and newly established galleries. This section acts as a strong platform for galleries formed in or after 2005, who can apply with solo or curated group presentations.

Frieze Masters
Frieze Masters welcomes back Toby Kamps as curator of Spotlight, the specialist section dedicated to solo presentations of 20th-century art, and Sir Norman Rosenthal returns as curator of Collections, featuring remarkable thematic presentations of historical art and objects.

Applications closed on 26 January 2017.

Thank you to everyone who applied. The list of exhibitors will be announced in June 2017. For further details, please contact friezelondon@frieze.com for Frieze London and friezemasters@frieze.com for Frieze Masters.

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