Frieze Masters presents a unique perspective on the relationship between old and new art.
Visitors can also experience the fair’s programme of artists’ talks, in which major artists, critics and curators will draw out relationships between contemporary and historical art.
Frieze Masters is housed in a bespoke temporary structure which in 2012 was designed by Annabelle Selldorf. She designed a contemporary, elegant environment in which ancient and modern art could be shown side by side. Located in the unique setting of Regent’s Park, London, the fair was easily accessible by public transport.
In order to ensure the best experience for all visitors, tickets are limited. Advance booking is strongly recommended.
Frieze Masters Talks
Access to the talks is included in the Frieze Masters admission ticket. Seats for each day’s talks can be booked from 12pm on the day at the auditorium.
2012 Opening Hours
Thursday 11 October 12 – 7pm
Friday 12 October 12 – 7pm
Saturday 13 October 12 – 7pm
Sunday 14 October 12 – 6pm
We ask that all medium to large bags as well as coats be left at the cloakroom inside the fair. This also includes large photographic equipment unless pre-arranged with the Press Office.
Please bear in mind that the fair is also an event for galleries to conduct business. Please be aware of any behaviour that may disturb galleries or other visitors.
Visitors may not touch any works of art, consume food or beverages in the corridors, or run in any spaces.
Groups (+10) must not exceed 20 visitors and students under 18 years old must be accompanied by a teacher at all times.
To request additional print material such as flyers and programmes: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wheelchair users’ companions visit free of charge.
Guide dogs welcome.