The fourth edition of the fair offers an unparalleled opportunity to discover several thousand years of art from 131 of the world’s leading modern and historical galleries. 2015 sees the introduction of new section 'Collections' alongside the return of 'Spotlight'. Frieze Masters will take place 14–18 October 2015 in the Regent’s Park, London.
The gallery application procedure for Frieze Masters 2015 is now closed. The list of participating galleries will be announced in June.
Abby Bangser has been appointed as Artistic Director for the Americas and Asia.
We are pleased to announce that Clara M Kim has been appointed as curator of Spotlight, the specialist section of Frieze Masters and Frieze New York that is dedicated to solo presentations of 20th-century art.
Frieze Masters welcomes applications from commercial galleries showing work ranging from ancient and ethnographic art through to Old Masters and art of the 20th century.
The map for Frieze Masters is available to download now.
The Frieze Sculpture Park is selected by Clare Lilley (Yorkshire Sculpture Park, UK) and will include works from both Frieze London and Frieze Masters.
Frieze Masters Talks 2014 will feature renowned contemporary artists Phyllida Barlow, William Kentridge and Edmund de Waal in conversation with the curators of historical museums from around the world. Supported by Gucci, new Associate Sponsor of the fair, the programme also introduces a discussion, ‘Collecting Beyond Contemporary’.
Frieze is pleased to announce the restaurants that will take part in Frieze London and Frieze Masters 2014.
Frieze Masters 2014 will be open from Wednesday, 15 October to Sunday, 19 October 2014. This year's fair introduces £15 evening tickets. All tickets are limited and only available in advance.