18 October 2022


Art Vaudeville: Frieze London and Frieze Masters – Nico Kos Earle

Sometimes I wonder if the art fair is a symptom of the internet and our contemporaneous assumption that everything is instantly available at the click of a button

28 September 2022

London Art Fairs Autumn 2022 – Artlyst Guide

Artlyst has compiled a comprehensive guide to the best of the fairs coming to the capital this Autumn.

18 October 2021


Frieze And Frieze Masters 2021 Artlyst Chooses Twenty Of The Best

Frieze London was back on course this year, with most dealers putting their best foot forward. You could feel the excitement and ‘antici…pation’

6 October 2017

Two Friezes – More Is Less By Edward Lucie-Smith

The two Frieze art fairs held simultaneously in London every year are now, according to received opinion, the biggest temperature taking, temperature raising events in the whole of the UK art calendar.

14 August 2017

British Pop Artist Peter Blake Featured By Waddington Custot At Frieze Masters

A tribute to the British Pop artist Peter Blake (b.1932) at Waddington Custot, in collaboration with designer Robin Brown and producer Anna Pank. Will feature at Frieze Masters this October.

21 August 2015


Bridget Riley Juxtaposed With Portrait Sculpture At Frieze Masters

Tomasso Brothers Fine Art and Karsten Schubert announce a shared presentation at Frieze Masters, London, 14-18 October 2015 which brings together works on paper by British artist Bridget Riley with ancient and Old Master portrait sculpture. “We want visitors to enjoy the contrasting and complimentary energy of these works: the abstract and the figurative, the […]

19 October 2014


Friezing day 3: Inside Frieze Masters Ben Austin’s Diary

I took myself off to Frieze Masters, the other day, everyone’s favourite fair, for this is the place that dreams are made of. This is the crème de crème of art fairs, subdued and stylish.  This is not a place for us mere mortals to buy, who can only admire and fantasize, but a fair […]

16 October 2014


Warhol’s The Scream Sells For £3.4 Million At Frieze Masters

New York and London gallery Skarstedt can now count among its early sales Andy Warhol’s 1984 remix of Edvard Munch’s The Scream The work sold to a private collector for around £3.4 million, at Frieze Masters 2014. This is a sum pales in comparison to the £74 million Leon Black paid for Munch’s own version […]

25 May 2013


Frieze Masters Announces 2013 Lineup With Several Galleries Opting To Exhibit At Both Venues

London’s Frieze Art Fair has announced the participating galleries for Frieze Masters 2013. Following positive feedback for the inaugural edition of Frieze Masters in 2012, the second edition of the fair has received numerous applications from the world’s leading galleries. Many Galleries are doubling up and opting to exhibit at both events. It has also […]

14 October 2012


Frieze Art Fair Contemporary Mothership Changes Direction – Review

The Frieze Art Fair and Frieze Masters ended on Sunday with many of the exhibitors packing up their stock to move on to FIAC in Paris next week. The fair recorded record attendance figures with people queuing for up to two hours to get a last peek at London’s biggest and best art fair.  Frieze […]

28 May 2012


Frieze Masters Announces Participating Galleries For 2012

London’s Frieze Art fair have announced the participating galleries for Frieze Masters. The organisation’s first art fair for historical art takes place simultaneously with the Regents Park autumn stalwart exhibition. Frieze Masters will take place 11–14 October 2012 on Gloucester Green, Regent’s Park, London, and is sponsored by Deutsche Bank. Frieze Masters is a carefully […]

20 May 2011


Frieze New York And London Fairs Launch for 2012

The Frieze Art Fair, London’s first rate commercial showcase for contemporary art, is to present two new fairs next year, in New York and London. The New York fair will take place at the beginning of May on Randall’s Island, a site in the city’s East River, which is currently used mainly for sporting events […]