Frieze London

Regent’s Park

5–8 October 2017

Visitor Information

Frieze London 2016 brought together over 160 of the world’s leading galleries from New York to Berlin and Shanghai to São Paulo, to showcase works by newly discovered artists alongside some of the most respected names in contemporary art.

Highlights included three curated sections – Focus, the definitive destination to discover young talents; Live, creating moments of immersion and interaction with participatory performance works; and The Nineties, recreating seminal exhibitions from this decade; our non-profit programme of new artist commissions, a lively series of talks, impressive large-scale outdoor works for Frieze Sculpture, and a selection of pop-ups from London's favourite restaurants. 

2017 Opening Days
Invitation-only Preview – Wednesday 4 October
Open days – Thursday 5 October to Sunday 8 October

Tickets
Tickets for Frieze London 2017 will be released in July. All tickets are limited and often sell out. Book in advance to save and ensure entry, particularly at the weekend. Booking fees apply. Sign up to our eNewsletter to be the first to know when tickets are released.

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Latest Frieze London

Frieze collaborates with institutions including Tate Britain, National Gallery, RCA, Sketch Gallery and ICA on the 2017 marketing campaign

Marc Bauer, Donna Kukama, MOON & JEON, Lucy + Jorge Orta, SPIT!, Georgina Starr and Kiluanji Kia Henda

Hauser & Wirth stand at Frieze London 2016

A vital hub for international galleries, and the most significant week in London’s cultural calendar

Floor at Sketch Gallery by Martin Creed, Work No. 1347. Frieze London 2017 campaign. Photography: Luke Hayes.

From the emerging to the world’s most established

Penny Slinger, Bitter Lemons (Homage to Lawrence Durrell). Courtesy: the artist and Blum & Poe

A new section for 2017, curated by Alison Gingeras, exploring feminist art and radical politics

Kiluanji Kia Henda, Under the Silent Eye of Lenin, installation and performance, 2017. Courtesy of the artist.

The Luanda-based artist will create a new performative installation at Frieze London 2017

London’s largest showcase of major outdoor works by leading artists and galleries, to open this summer in The Regent’s Park