Frieze Masters

Regent's Park, London

5–8 October 2017

Tours

Take a Guided Tour
Tours provide an excellent introduction to the fair and a selection of fascinating highlights. Tours are presented in association with the Art Fund and last approximately one hour. Please note, tour tickets do not include admission to the fair. This must be purchased separately.

Visitors can select from the following:

Highlights Tour
An overview of the fair including the most talked about artworks and an introduction to the curated gallery sections – Spotlight and Collections.

Group Tours
From corporate visits to individual interest, group tours provide a more tailored experience for specialised or private groups. For further information, email tours@frieze.com

Frieze Bespoke
Frieze Bespoke is an exclusive opportunity for those interested in collecting art to explore the fair accompanied by an independent art world professional. With personal introduction to galleries, each tour is a unique journey, created and curated with your interests and background in mind. Very limited availability. Maximum of four people per tour. To book, and for further information, please visit friezebespoke.com or email tours@frieze.com

Please note that all tours leave on time. Tours meet at the information desk. Allow yourself plenty of time to get to the desk, particularly during busy periods of the fair.

Tour tickets do not include admission to the fair. This must be purchased separately.

 

Latest Frieze Masters

Pamela Joyner with Kevin Beasley's Untitled (Panel 4) (2016) on the stand of Casey Kaplan at Frieze London 2016. Artwork courtesy: the artist and Casey Kaplan, New York. Photo courtesy: Linda Nylind / Frieze

'I am always thinking about where I personally can make the difference' 

Investigating the many meanings of the subject of this year's Frieze Masters and Frieze London campaigns

Patrizio di Massimo, Self-portrait In Armour (2016). Courtesy: the artist and t293

'We are all fighting for something'

From Ancient Egypt to Baroque Bologna to avant-garde Moscow, the works at Frieze Masters open up a world of stories

Carol Rama, Le Amiche ('Friends'), (1951). Courtesy: © Archivio Carol Rama, Torino & Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin. Photo: Henry Trumble

'Saturated bodies of colour banging into each other'

'I developed a craving for something more magical'

Head, shoulders and arms of a cult goddess or Korē (c. 520 – 460 BC). Photo courtesy: © Kallos Gallery and Luke Andrew Walker Photography.

'I think her ears are there to be whispered into'

John Ogilby & William Morgan, A New and Accurate Map of the City of London, 1676, engraved map on 13 sheets, each sheet 40 × 51 cm 
 

The works at Frieze Masters open up a world of stories

Robert Rauschenberg, Clay painting (for John Cage and Merce Cunningham) (1952/92). Courtesy: Luxembourg & Dayan

'It's the presence of the body on the body of the earth'

Frieze Masters 2016 - 'Akin to visiting a multitude of museums spanning the cultural history of the world'

Visitors are introduced to the exhibits at Frieze Masters 2016Visitors are introduced to the exhibits at Frieze Masters 2016. Photo: Mark Blower, courtesy of Frieze

Highlights from the fair

Nancy Grossman, Two Heads (1968). Courtesy: the artist and Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, New York.

From feminism to cosmic order, curator Toby Kamps discusses the prevalent themes of Spotlight