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Frieze London

Regent’s Park

4–7 October 2018

Discover the world’s most exciting artists, from the emerging to the iconic

Frieze London features more than 160 of the world’s leading galleries. View and buy art from over 1,000 of today’s leading artists, and experience the fair’s critically acclaimed curated sections and Talks programme

Frieze London 2018 will feature exceptionally ambitious new projects and curated sections

Book your tickets to London’s major art events this October

Latest Frieze London

Laurie Anderson. Photo: EbruYildiz

Exploring the role played by autobiography in art and society at Frieze London

Laure Prouvost, A cuppa tea with Trim, 2017, performance at Pirelli HangarBicocca, Milan (c) Lorenzo Palmieri

Artists draw attention to unexpected connections and hidden formulas which impact wider social, political, and economic realities

New to Frieze London for 2018, a seminal opportunity for an emerging artist in Focus

Ipek Duben, Sherife 9-10-11, 1981. Courtesy: the artist and Pi Artworks, London

Feminist and activist artists from across the world, from Berni Searle to Faith Ringgold

The Paris-based designer on his drawings featured in the 2018 Frieze London campaign

Book your stay in one of London’s most iconic hotels and take advantage of special rates

Your essential guide to Frieze Sculpture 2018, produced in partnership with Artimbarc

View highlights from London’s largest display of outdoor artwork

Pick up or download the Frieze Sculpture Family Trail and join family days in the park, led by the Royal Society of Sculptors

28 July, 4 August and 25 August
12pm - 4pm, Regent's Park

Now open until 7 October 2018 in London’s Regent’s Park with a new app and audio tour from Artimbarc

‘The hole together’ part of The tremble, the symptom, the swell and the hole together, Alex Baczynski-Jenkins, 2017, Chisenhale Gallery, London. Photo: Mark Blower

Alex Baczynski-Jenkins will create performance work for Frieze London and receive a residency at Delfina Foundation