Frieze London and Frieze Masters 2017 is here! As of now, and through to the 8th October, you can discover major exhibitions across town as well as dip your toes in the fair’s Frieze Projects and Talks programmes. It’s every art lover’s dream.
You don’t have to be a collector to appreciate the 160+ leading art galleries where you can admire and/or buy pieces by renowned artists – it’s open to all, you just need to bag yourself tickets.
Here are five highlights that we have on the must-see list this year…
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Celebrate the beginning of Frieze Week with a tour of London’s incredible galleries from Jasper Johns at the @royalacademyarts, the @national_gallery's Monochrome: Painting in Black and White to all the exciting exhibitions coming out of the @alliededitions galleries across the city including Thomas Ruff at @whitechapelgallery, Nathalie Du Pasquier at the @camdenartscentre and Lari Pittman at the @icalondon • • • #frieze #friezeweek #friezeartfair #londonart
This installation is a spin of the iconic “The Survival Pieces” series created by The Harrisons between 1970-72.
On the 7th October Asif Kapadia, director of the Academy Award-winning documentary “Amy”, will talk about honesty, memory and artistry in the industry. Not one to miss.
Here you’ll be able to see works from the Berlin based artists Judith Hopf and Gerry Bibby. Think amazing sculptures, works on paper, and furniture.
Heard of Kiluanji Kia Henda, winner of the 2017 Frieze Artist Award? Between 4th–8th October he will unveil a new installation as part of Frieze Projects, the fair’s celebrated non-profit programme.
This artist will be transforming the booth into a bespoke Fitting Room, showing off amazing dresses and sculptures. Want to try out some of the couture pieces from the collection? You can! Book an appointment today.