For the first highlight of autumn, collectors from around the world will converge on London, where two international fairs, Frieze London and Frieze Masters, will bring together 280 galleries from 42 countries in Regent’s Park from Wednesday, October 12th to Sunday 16th
Frieze Masters 2021
Frieze London will gather 160 contemporary art galleries under the leadership of Eva Langret. The Focus section, featuring galleries that have been established in the past 12 years, will lie alongside a special section, Indra’s Net, curated like a cabinet of curiosities by Sandhini Poddar of the Abu Dhabi Guggenheim. The main section’s exhibitors include heavyweights Gagosian, Goodman Gallery, Hauser & Wirth, König Galerie, Lehmann Maupin, Lelong & Co., Lisson Gallery, Pace Gallery, Perrotin, Almine Rech, Thaddaeus Ropac, Sprüth Magers, White Cube, and David Zwirner.
Directed by Nathan Clements-Gillespie, Frieze Masters will celebrate its 10th anniversary with over 120 galleries spanning the period from Antiquity to modern art. The famous Spotlight section will focus on monographs of avant-garde pioneers from around the world. Aware (Archives of Women Artists, Research and Exhibitions) and its co-founder, Camille Morineau, have been invited to organize and design the program. In the main section, ancient art collectors will find Didier Aaron, Agnews, Galleria Tommaso Calabro, Galerie Chenel, Gisèle Croës, De Jonckheere, Les Enluminures, Richard Green, Grosvenor Gallery, Moretti Fine Art, Carlton Rochell and Wildenstein & Co. Frieze Sculpture, which will take place outdoors in Regent’s Park, will include works by Ugo Rondinone (Gladstone), John Giorno (Almine Rech), Matthew Darbyshire (Herald St), Ron Arad (Osborne Samuel Gallery), George Rickey (Kasmin), and Beverly Pepper (Marlborough).