The biggest contemporary carnival in London’s art calendar hits its 11th year. With a redesign and fewer galleries (still over 150) for a better viewing experience highlights include the daily-changing Frieze Projects performed and displayed on a Andreas Angelidakis bespoke structure, being able to climb inside American artist Jennifer Rubell’s ‘Portrait of the Artist’ on Stephen Friedman’s stand, picking up a bargain on the Allied Editions stand selling prints from London organisations like Chisenhale, ICA and Studio Voltaire, and taking in the solo presentations in the Frame section.
Take a stroll through the Sculpture Park aided by the Artfund’s free app (available at artfund.org/frieze) on your way to the sister fair, Frieze Masters at the opposite end of Regent's Park. It awaits to be seen if Masters can eclipse its contemporary sibling and teach the young pup a few tricks of its own.
SEE OUR GUIDE TO FRIEZE LONDON AND FRIEZE MASTERS HERE.
SEE ALL THE ART FAIRS HAPPENING OCT 16-20 www.timeout.com/london/art/art-fairs-in-london