Frieze London and Frieze Masters 2023 are both set to take place from 11–15 October in The Regent’s Park. A centrepiece of Frieze London’s 20th-anniversary celebrations, the programme explores the UK’s cultural landscape through a series of collaborations with key arts organizations and public institutions.
These collaborations will sit alongside Frieze London’s special section Artist-to-Artist, which invites eight world-renowned artists to propose a counterpart for a solo exhibition at the fair, as well as the return of the critically acclaimed Frieze Artist Award and free public programme Frieze Sculpture.
Highlights include a special project with Outset and a new off-site film programme at the ICA. Key initiatives returning to the fairs include the Contemporary Art Society’s Collections Fund, the Camden Art Centre Emerging Artist Prize at Frieze and the Frieze Tate Fund supported by Endeavor. This year also sees the addition of the Arts Council Collection Acquisitions Fund, as well as the second year of the Spirit Now Acquisition Fund in collaboration with Hepworth Wakefield.
Frieze Masters sees the return of the Art Fund Curators Programme, connecting early-career curators from diverse and underrepresented backgrounds to exchange ideas through talks, workshops and tours, as well as the highly respected Frieze Masters Talks, in collaboration with dunhill and curated for the fourth consecutive year by Dr. Nicholas Cullinan (Director of the National Portrait Gallery).