Frieze London opens tomorrow, October 17th and is one of the annual art fair destinations we recommend you attend. Tickets for Frieze London are on sale now. To ensure entry to the fair and avoid disappointment on the day, advance booking is strongly recommended.
In addition to being able to view and buy art by over 1,000 of the world’s leading artists, it is a especially important to experience Frieze Projects, the fair’s unique and critically acclaimed programme of artist commissions and Frieze Talks, a prestigious programme of debates, panel discussions and keynote lectures. This year’s Frieze Projects is curated by Nicola Lees and includes seven specially commissioned projects as well as the Emdash Award. Frieze Projects is supported by the Emdash Foundation.
Frieze Talks 2013, a daily program of keynote lectures, panel debates and discussions, is presented by Frieze Foundation in collaboration with “Frieze” magazine. Frieze Talks are open to all ticket holders for Frieze London. Seats are available for reservation from midday on the day of the talk. Podcasts of each talk can be downloaded online the following day. Check out the Podcasts if you aren’t able to attend the fair. There should be a number of interesting conversations surrounding contemporary art.
Frieze London is designed by architects Carmody Groarke and housed in a bespoke structure in Regent’s Park. Located in the heart of London, it is within easy walking distance of the city’s West End.