October 2020

Frieze London

Frieze London, which takes place in Regent’s Park in October annually, is one of the world’s leading fair for modern and contemporary art. This impressive and large-scale show features established and iconic living artists with work that is mostly post-2000. A one-of-a-kind fair it creates a lively buzz amongst industry professionals and is the highlight of the art-world’s calendar. The show was launched in 2003 and is a non-profit event that attracts critics, celebrities, artists, museum representatives and collectors. Members of the public are also very welcome to view and purchase the top quality pieces on display. Approximately 160 top international galleries are selected to present work at the fair, and 60,000 visitors attend the ticketed event. A dynamic schedule of Frieze talks, lectures and discussions take place, and there is also an award ceremony. Frieze London and Frieze Masters run at the same time, and are held within walking distance of one another. Frieze has also launched two other art fairs in New York and Los Angeles.

Practical info Frieze London 2020


The Regent’s Park
Entrance off Park Square West
London NW1 4LL
United Kingdom

Opening hours

October 2020: TBA

Entrance Fee

Frieze London + Frieze Masters Combined Ticket: £60



Art Periods



+44 (0)203 372 6111

Frieze London © Tom Carter for Artsy

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