Gallery Applications Now Open for 2018 Edition

Now welcoming applications for the main and curated sections, as well as Frieze Sculpture

Applications for Frieze London and Frieze Masters 2018 are now open. We are welcoming applications to the main section of each fair, as well as to the curated sections and Frieze Sculpture.

The 2018 editions will take place in Regent’s Park and will run from Thursday 4 – Sunday 7 October, with a Preview on Wednesday 3 October.

Focus at Frieze London
At Frieze London, Focus is a curated section open to galleries formed in or after 2006, which can apply with solo or curated group presentations. The curatorial advisors for 2018 are Andrew Bonacina and Laura McLean-Ferris.

Spotlight at Frieze Masters
Frieze Masters welcomes back Toby Kamps as curator of Spotlight, the specialist section dedicated to solo presentations of 20th-century art. Toby Kamps is the curatorial advisor for Spotlight.

Frieze Sculpture
Frieze Sculpture will once again be curated by Clare Lilley of Yorkshire Sculpture Park. This ambitious outdoor exhibition will open in the summer and remain on view until the fair closes.

How to Apply

To submit an application, please visit applications-london.frieze.com for Frieze London and applications-masters.frieze.com for Frieze Masters.

Applications will close on Thursday, 25 January 2018 and the Selection Committees’ decisions will be announced in early April 2018.

Further Information

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the exhibitor team for each fair:

Frieze London: friezelondon@frieze.com, +44 (0)20 3372 6145

Frieze Masters: friezemasters@frieze.com, +44 (0)20 3372 6139

View details and highlights from Frieze London here and Masters 2017 here.

Most Read

Highlights from the 2018 edition of Condo London, a collaborative exhibition by 46 galleries across 17 citywide...
Why the 40-year-old Mute record label remains an enigma
Kirsty Bell, Ahmet Öğüt, Ming Wong and Slavs and Tatars share their highlights of the coming year’s shows: can we break...
The New York museum’s introduction of an admission charge shows us the problem with donor dependence and a hands-off...
Remembering the visionary ceramic artist whose aesthetic was that of a painter: ‘Everything she touched was edged with...
Four UK-based museum directors and curators, and a Turner Prize-winning artist, select the shows they are looking...
The best films, books and shows focusing on representations of gay life in 2017
In other news: the inaugural Lahore Biennial will go ahead and the controversially cancelled Max Stern exhibition is...
A year of protest and performance in Los Angeles
Melissa Gronlund on the best of a bad year: from activists in Jakarta, images of Mecca and labour negotiations in the...
In a year marked by natural disasters, some of the best exhibitions in Latin America were attempts to make sense of the...
From Anthropocenic doom in Cecilia Alemani’s Italian Pavilion in Venice to Alvin Lucier’s I Am Sitting...
Contributing editor Max Andrews looks back on 2017, from turbulence in the Catalan capital to Pierre Huyghe’s...
When musical signifiers for sex so often become sonic pornography, LCMF 2017 showed alternative ways of marrying sound...
Our culture is terrified of sexually-awakened girls – controlling the way we look at Thérèse Dreaming would erase...
Where the fight against reactionary conservative activism in Brazil stands ahead of the 2018 presidential elections
In further news: documenta artists protest ‘profit-above-everything’ motive; Monir Museum opens in Tehran; Beijing...
From debates around colonial histories to resonant conversations around precariousness, a year of questioning long-held...
In further news: Abu Dhabi authorities now say they acquired USD$450 million Leonardo; removal of artworks in Catalonia...
A year marked by new visualizations, both controversial and celebrated, of the black body

Latest Magazines

frieze magazine

October 2017

frieze magazine

November - December 2017

frieze magazine

January - February 2018