Frieze London and Frieze Masters feature the world’s leading contemporary, modern and historical galleries alongside a celebrated non-profit, programme of artist commissions and talks. New for this year at Frieze London, Alison Gingeras curates a section dedicated to women artists who have worked at the extreme edges of feminist practice since the 1960s; Raphael Gygax commissions a series of artist projects inspired by theme of ‘otherness’; and Ralph Rugoff programmes a series of talks addressing the theme of ‘alternative facts’.
Over at Frieze Masters, Sir Norman Rosenthal presents Collections, a series of curated presentations of objects spanning thousands of years; Toby Kamps presents Spotlight, a series of solo presentations by underrecognised, 20th century artists; and Tim Marlow curates a series of dynamic talks.
Finally, Frieze Sculpture Park, which has for the first time been open to the public since July, features a selection of modern and contemporary works. Get a guided tour by Yorkshire Sculpture Park’s director of programmes Clare Lilley, simply by downloading the Frieze Sculpture Audio Tour app, which takes you through each of the works on show at this year’s Frieze Sculpture (5 Jul – 8 Oct) in Regent’s Park, London.
This year, National Art Pass members are being offered 25% off both Frieze London and Frieze Masters 2017 tickets.
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- This is a limited offer, available on a first-come first-serve basis.
- Please note, tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable.
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