Ayoung Kim, Delivery Dancer’s Sphere 2022 / Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Hyundai
Frieze London / Frieze Masters 2023
October 11–15, 2023
Frieze / The Regent’s Park
London, UK

Running concurrently from October 11–15, 2023, in London’s The Regent’s Park, the fairs bring together emerging and leading galleries spanning 46 countries.

Frieze has unveiled highlights for the 20th anniversary edition of Frieze London and 11th edition of Frieze Masters. The fairs will both run from 11th – 15th October 2023, in London’s The Regent’s Park, bringing together leading galleries spanning 46 countries. Extensive on-site and citywide programming will run alongside the fairs, in a celebration of London’s wider cultural community. Together, Frieze London and Frieze Masters are a cornerstone of the international art world calendar, serving as a global meeting point for art, ideas and people.

Eva Langret, Director of Frieze London, said: ‘This year we look forward to welcoming artists, galleries institutions, collectors and art enthusiasts from around the globe in celebration of our 20th anniversary. We’re delighted to mark the occasion with the fair’s most international edition to date, with exhibitors spanning six continents. As the international art world descends on London, we look forward to seeing the spirit of collaboration ripple across the city and for everyone to see our cultural capital shine.’

Nathan Clements-Gillespie, Director of Frieze Masters, added: ‘As we celebrate 20 years of Frieze London, we will also recognize the contribution Frieze Masters has made to that story. The fair will provide a chance to discover works from prehistory to the break of the 21st century, demonstrating connections in creative production throughout millennia. This year’s edition sees a high concentration of artists that also have exhibitions at esteemed London institutions, emphasizing how Frieze Masters is a rare opportunity to engage with museum-quality works.’

The 2023 edition of Frieze London will feature a line-up of over 160 preeminent galleries – with 28 participants celebrating their 20th consecutive year at Frieze – who will present a diverse range of ambitious solo, group and thematic shows.

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