Frieze Fairs

Frieze Fairs - 22 Jul 2019

Clare Lilley, Russell Tovey and featured artists talk about Frieze Sculpture 2019, open now in London's Regent's Park

Carlos Amorales, Ghost Demonstration, 2019. Acrylic on wood panel. 25 x 60 ft (7.62 x 18.29 m) [or, 300 x 720 in. (762 x 1829 cm)]. Installation view at the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA). Photo: JKA Photography.
 

Featuring performances and time-based works by Cecilia Bangolea, Shezad Dawood and William Fosythe among many others

Book your tickets for Frieze London and Frieze Masters, taking place 3 to 6 October 2019

we are opposite like that, single-channel video, 2019

A new commission at Frieze London 2019 exploring urgent questions about environment, history and myth

View highlights from London's largest display of outdoor art, currently on show in Regent's Park

Explore Frieze Sculpture in Regent's Park with our illustrated family guide

London’s largest free display of outdoor art returns from 3 July to 6 October, featuring more than 20 international artists 

Karon Davis, James and Baby Girl Star (detail)  REP, 2018, Plaster strips, chicken wire, steel armature, glass eyes, 140 ×  × 71 × 86 cm, Courtesy of Wilding Cran Gallery

Explore ambitious new projects by emerging artists from around the world including Karon Davis, Joy Labinjo and Kembra Pfahler

Anonymous, A Monumental Figure of Amida Buddha, 11th/12th century, Heian period, Japan, Wood with traces of lacquer and gilt, 88 ×  × 71 × 49.5 cm, Courtesy of Gregg Baker Asian Art

The expert in South Asian art joins Frieze Masters to co-curate eight themed displays of extraordinary artwork and objects

Ming Smith, America Seen Through Stars and Stripes, New York City, NY, 1976, archival pigment print, 61 ×  × 76 cm, Courtesy of Jenkins Johnson Gallery

New for 2019, Laura Hoptman curates more than 30 solo presentations by artists including Howardena Pindell, Ming Smith and Maruja Mallo

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