The mighty Frieze London and Frieze Masters art fairs have reigned over the London art calendar for years. This October, both fairs are set up again in Regent's Park (October 5-8 2016). On one side is Frieze London with 160 galleries from over 25 different countries featuring contemporary art. Then across the other side is Frieze Masters: a sister fair which joined the party a couple of years ago to bridge that gap between ancient and mid-century art. Combined, both events make the Frieze Fair phenomenon a force to be reckoned with – here's everything you need to know about one of the biggest art events of the year.
Frieze London and Frieze Masters info
Frieze London: the details
All you need to know about the biggest contemporary art carnival...
Frieze Masters: the details
...and its sister fair, bridging the gap between ancient and mid-century art
Frieze fair highlights 2016
Our favourite things to look out for at this year's fairs
Discover more art fairs in London
For all the fun of the fair
See what else is on during Frieze
London's top ten art exhibitions
From modern and fancy, to classical and serene, your next art outing is sorted
Photography in London
Addicted to Instagram or permanently attached to your SLR? Even if your camera roll is totally empty, you'll find a way to appreciate London photography; we have the widest variety of styles in some of the best exhibitions at the most beautiful galleries. Find them in a flash with our guide to the best photography London has to offer.
Free art exhibitions in London
Looking at great art needn't cost the same as buying great art
This week's best art
Fancy checking out some art this week but don't know where to start? Have a flick through our selection of weird and wonderful shows on at the moment and take your pick. With galleries spread all over the city and an art scene as changeable as London's, we've divided it into areas to help keep track.