Frieze Masters

Frieze Masters runs alongside London's primary Contemporary art fair, the Frieze Art Fair which takes place annually in October.

Launched in 2012 and located in in Regent's ParkFrieze Masters offers a wider range of art from ancient artefacts to modern pieces.

Sir Norman Rosenthal on the trade

05 October 2015

Sir Norman Rosenthal, one of the art world’s best known historians and curators, has described the trade side of the business as “a huge mechanism for preserving knowledge and value”.

Frieze Masters unveils talks agenda

03 October 2014

Frieze Masters (October’s 15-19) have unveiled this year’s Talks programme

Big-name dealers show ever-rising interest in Frieze Masters

04 June 2013

‘Frieze Masters’ has acquired further gravitas following its successful launch last year by signing up several new heavyweight exhibitors for the 2013 event from October 17-20 in London’s Regent’s Park.


Can Frieze Masters live up to the hype?

10 October 2012

For ten years now, London’s ‘Frieze’ art fair has been a temple that consigns itself strictly to the new and the now. Dedicated to art produced after the year 2000, collectors, curators and the general public have flocked to see the spectacle and view the next big thing.


Ancient to Contemporary: Frieze Masters aims ‘to do something unique’

22 August 2012

Every October for the past decade, the excitement whipped up by the arrival of ‘Frieze Art Fair’ in London has been the envy of many a fair organiser and the wider art world.

Frieze Masters releases exhibitor list

25 May 2012

An impressive exhibitor list was announced last night for the inaugural Frieze Masters, the first historical art fair to be organised by Frieze. The event will coincide with the contemporary art fair from October 11-14, 2012 on Gloucester Green, Regent's Park, London.