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The Most Significant Week in London’s Cultural Calendar Returns for 2018

Frieze London and Frieze Masters create a vital hub for international galleries

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Frieze Week returns, taking place from 5–7 October, with two Preview Days on Wednesday 3 October and Thursday 4 October.

With more than 160 of the world’s leading galleries at Frieze London and 130 at Frieze Masters, the two fairs, alongside Frieze Sculpture - an exceptional cultural attraction at the heart of the city - together catalyze the most significant week in London’s cultural calendar.

New collaborations at Frieze London with international curators, institutions and galleries will respond to contemporary issues – from the lack of visibility of women in the marketplace to hidden systems of communication and control – and create an exceptional environment for creativity and discovery. 

Frieze Masters will feature six thousand years of art history from across the world, including a strong representation of Old Master galleries which – enhanced by curated sections showcasing extraordinary objects and pioneers of the avant-garde – continue to expand the artwork on offer at the fair.

The press releases for Frieze London and Frieze Masters have details and more highlights of each fair, with more content regularly published on frieze.com in the coming weeks.

Explore the full list of participating galleries at Frieze London and Frieze Masters.

Main image: Sprüth Magers stand at Frieze London 2017.

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