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Curated Presentations, Old and Modern Masters, Ancient Chinese Artworks and More

Showcasing a diversity of extraordinary artworks and objects across millennia at Frieze Masters 2018

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Frieze Masters returns to Regent's Park from 4 to 7 October 2018, featuring six millennia of art history from across the world. The 2018 edition will feature a strong representation of Old Master galleries and Asian specialists this year, enhanced by curated sections Collections, showcasing extraordinary objects and Spotlight, for pioneers of the avant-garde.

Expert dealers and leading galleries will present an extraordinary breadth of artwork to buy, speaking to all levels of collector. From drawings and prints to photography, painting and sculpture, featured artists include Pieter Claesz, Edgar Degas, Philip Guston, Wassily Kandinsky, Richard Diebenkorn, Helen Frankenthaler, Artemisia Gentileschi, Barbara Hepworth, Howard Hodgkin, Derek Jarman, Dorothea Lange, Pablo Picasso, Man Ray and Jusepe de Ribera; presented alongside museum-grade arworks and objects such as ancient Chinese masterpieces, rare archaic sculptures from the Arctic Circle, Japanese netsuke, illuminated manuscripts, and historic narrative tapestries from 15th-century Germany and 18th-century India.

Curated by Tim Marlow, Frieze Masters Talks this year exclusively features women international artists and curators, including Tacita Dean, Julie Mehretu and Amy Sillman.

Explore participating galleries at Frieze Masters.

Main image: Dorothea Lange, Migratory Cotton Picker, 1940, detail. Courtesy: Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York  

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