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 of Regent's Park is Frieze Masters: a sister fair which joined the party a couple of years ago and bridges that gap between ancient and mid-century art. Combined, both events make the Frieze Fair phenomenon a force to be reckoned with – so here's eveything you need to guide you through one of the biggest art events of the year.
Frieze London and Frieze Masters
Frieze London: the details
All the information you need to know about the biggest contemporary art carnival...
Frieze Masters: the details
...and all you need to know about its sister fair, featuring art made from the ancient era to the end of the twentieth century
Our 2015 highlights of both fairs
The art works and exhibits that you really don't want to miss at London's two biggest art fairs
Discover more art fairs in London
Find more art fairs and events going on in London, for all the fun of the fair
Frieze London and Frieze Masters: where to eat nearby
See what else is on during Frieze London and Frieze Masters
Free art exhibitions in London
Looking at great art needn't cost the same as buying great art in London. With a shed-load of free art exhibitions in London, wandering through sculptures, being blinded by neon or admiring some of the best photography need not cost a penny.