Frieze London

Regent’s Park

5–8 October 2017

Future Dates

Frieze London & Frieze Masters 2017
Invitation-only Preview – Wednesday 4 October
Open days – Thursday 5 October to Sunday 8 October
Tickets for Frieze London & Frieze Masters 2017 are now available.

Frieze New York 2018
Frieze New York will return in May 2018.
Tickets will be on sale in March 2018.

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With Reza Aramesh, Michael Craig-Martin, Thomas J Price & Emily Young chaired by Louisa Buck

Courtesy of Antenna Space

Frieze London's section for younger galleries, advised by Ruba Katrib (SculptureCenter, New York) and Fabian Schoeneich (Portikus, Frankfurt)

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Olivia Erlanger to create a new multimedia artwork, for the inaugural BMW Open Work curated by Attilia Fattori Franchini

David Shrigley, Summer Art Map. Photo: Benedict Johnson.

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Alex Bag, Pauline Curnier Jardin, Gabríela Friðriksdóttir and Raphaela Vogel will premiere new works at Frieze London 2017

A free outdoor display in London's Regent's Park, 5 July to 8 October

Thomas J Price, Numen (Shifting Votive One, Two and Three) (2016), presented by Hales, London & New York at Frieze Sculpture 2017. Photograph: Stephen White, courtesy of Stephen White/Frieze.

Highlights from the free outdoor display, on view in London's Regent's Park until 8 October 2017

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

Renate Bertlmann, Eva im sack (‘Evan in bag’, 2010). Digital print, 80 x 80 cm (detail). Courtesy: the artist and Richard Saltoun, London

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

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

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