Frieze Masters

Frieze Masters is a unmissable annual show that presents museum-quality artworks from the ancient era right through to the end of the 20th century. This leading fair thus offers a unique look at the relationship between historical art and contemporary work. Some pieces are curated into special presentations and projects to showcase selected themes. Frieze Masters truly has an international influence. Indeed, more than 133 exhibitors from the UK and the rest of the world showcase a very wide range of works of art, paintings and sculptures. Approximatively 60,000 visitors attend the fair annually, including academics, scholars, collectors and the general public. Frieze Masters is part of the established Frieze Group which runs as well as Frieze London – taking place at the same time within walking distance – Frieze New York and Frieze Los Angeles.

Frieze Masters 2020


The Regent’s Park
Near London Zoo
London NW1 4H4
United Kingdom

Opening hours

6 October: Preview (Invitation Only)
7 October: 12pm-8pm (Preview)
8 October: 5pm-8pm (Private View)
9-10 October: 12pm – 7pm
11 October: 12pm – 6pm

Entrance Fee

General Admission: TBA
Combined Ticket: £60
(Frieze London + Frieze Masters)



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