06. - 09. October 2016 London

FRIEZE LONDON 2016

Archaic Cretan Bronze Helmet, Hellenistic Armlet with Herakles Knot, Attic Black-Figure Amphora signed by Pamphios as Potter, The 'Schuster' Pyxis, Gold 100-Litrai of Syracuse, All Credit Kallos Gallery & Steve Wakeham
Sylvie Fleury, Legs, Body and Mind, 1992, Dimensions variable, Copyright Sylvie Fleury, Courtesy of the artist and Mehdi Chouakri, Salon 94, Sprüth Magers
Elisabeth Wild, Untitled, paper collage, 2016, Courtesy of the Artist and Proyectos Ultravioleta
Liu Chang, Love Story No.7, 2014, courtesy the artist and Magician Space
Lynn Chadwick, Beast XVI, 1959, Courtesy The Estate of Lynn Chadwick and BlainSouthern, Photo Peter Mallet

Art fair featuring more than 160 of the world’s leading galleries

The 14th edition of Frieze London brings together more than 160 of the world’s leading galleries, showcasing today’s most significant artists across its main and curated sections, alongside the fair’s celebrated non-profit programme of ambitious new artist commissions and talks.

In 2016 the fair will debut a new gallery section, 'The Nineties', recreating seminal exhibitions from the decade. Selected by Geneva-based curator Nicolas Trembley, galleries will revisit  the 1990s, highlighting key collaborations between dealers and artists that have had a lasting impact on contemporary art. Following significant institutional attention to this decade – from the New Museum’s 2013 exhibition 'NYC 1993' to the group show 'Récit d’un temps court' currently on view at Mamco (Geneva) – this ambitious section will recreate critical moments that first took place in galleries across London, Paris, Cologne and New York. 'Focus' is a platform for emerging galleries and performance art from Berlin to Shanghai, featuring 37 galleries under 12 years of age. A wave of new-generation London galleries joins Focus for the first time this year. 'Live' is the fair’s pioneering section for performance and participatory art, with new and historical projects presented in a dedicated space within the fair.

The Frieze Sculpture Park will be open from 5 October 2016 – 8 January 017, with free entry to all. Selected by Clare Lilley (Director of Programme, Yorkshire Sculpture Park), 20 works by 20th-century masters and contemporary talents will be placed throughout the English Gardens of The Regent’s Park, creating a free outdoor exhibition at the centre of London. Frieze Masters, installed in a vibrant, light-filled structure designed by Annabelle Selldorf in The Regent’s Park, brings together 133 of the world’s leading historical and modern galleries around the world, showcasing art from the ancient era and Old Masters to the late 20th century.

The fair is open to visitors from 6–9 October 2016, Frieze London and Frieze Masters are both located in The Regent’s Park, a short 15-minute walk from each other.

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