Frieze Masters

Regent’s Park, London

3–6 October 2019

Heckfield Place

Hampshire
Hampshire, RG27 0LD
United Kingdom
Drawn from nature, Heckfield cultivates a space to unearth, reconnect and rediscover.

Heckfield is a living place: a Georgian family home lovingly restored to its classic origins and rewoven into a 400-acre North Hampshire landscape. 

Elegantly evolving, resolutely natural, we’re a beautiful piece of English history that redefines the idea of a hotel. We springboard from a storied past, celebrating the slow-and-simple now:
a country haven — less than an hour from London — sculpted over centuries by ancient heather, woodland and meadow. 

Everything here begins with the soil. Our estate’s biodynamic Home Farm, walled gardens and orchards feed chef Skye Gyngell’s epicurean alchemy, bringing the outside joyfully into Marle and the open-flamed Hearth restaurants. 

Drawn from nature, Heckfield cultivates a space to unearth, reconnect and rediscover. 

Latest Frieze Masters

Curated by Tim Marlow and exploring the connections between historical art in contemporary practices

ROBIN RHODE, Mandala, 2018 (detail) C-print 8 parts, each: 23 x 28.5 inches (framed) 58.6 x 72.4 cm. Courtesy of Lehmann Maupin

Discover new and ambitious works by today's most exciting and influential artists

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Frieze Fairs - 02 Sep 2019

Returning to Regent's Park at the heart of London, from 3 to 6 October 2019

Cumberland Terrace. Photo: Dan Tobin Smith. Art Direction: Amy Preston

This year's creative campaign presents a surreal view of the city's iconic landmarks

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

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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

Explore major exhibitions open across London during Frieze Week in October 2019 

kamel mennour, Frieze London 2018

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