Programme

Frieze Masters Talks is hosted in a bespoke auditorium at the fair. Access to the talks is included in the Frieze Masters admission ticket.

Talks

A programme in which major artists, critics and curators examine how historical art influences contemporary practice. The 2016 talks are programmed by Jennifer Higgie (friezeFrieze Masters Magazine) and Tim Marlow (Royal Academy or Arts, London), and supported by Gucci, Associate Sponsor of the fair.

Latest Talks

The Belgian painter and filmmaker Michaël Borremans talks to the National Gallery’s Dr. Minna Moore Ede

On the opening of his commission for the Tate’s Turbine Hall, artist Abraham Cruzvillegas talks to the Wellcome Collection’s James Peto

Portrait of Lawrence Weiner Courtesy of Moved Pictures Archive, NYC Photography credit to Robin Martin
Lawrence Weiner (artist) talks to Frederick Ilchman (Chair, Art of Europe at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston).

Latest Frieze Masters

Following its acclaimed debut in 2015, the Collections section returns with seven specialist galleries chosen by Sir Norman Rosenthal

Toby Kamps is the new curator of Spotlight, starting at Frieze Masters 2016

The fair will return a week earlier in 2016, with the Preview Day on Wednesday 5 October

Portrait of Lawrence Weiner Courtesy of Moved Pictures Archive, NYC Photography credit to Robin Martin

A curated programme focusing on the relationships between contemporary and historical art

A free cultural attraction for London, it welcomed visitors for three months for the first time

Clearing, Focus section, Frieze London 2015

Frieze Masters & Frieze London will take place a week earlier this year, with a new Preview Day on Wednesday 5 October

Berwald Oriental Art/Alan Wheatley Art, Frieze Masters 2015
Photograph by Mark Blower. Courtesy of Mark Blower/Frieze.

Frieze Masters returns, promising to be another outstanding year for quality and innovation

Over 130 of the world's leading galleries will take part, presenting art from ancient to modern