Frieze is London's primary Contemporary art fair which takes place annually in October in Regents Park. It was launched in 2003 by the publishers of Frieze Magazine, Amanda Sharp and Matthew Slotover.

The fair launched a New York edition in 2012 as well as a 'sister' fair for historical art entitled Frieze Masters in the same year.


From Frieze to Free

22 October 2007

As collectors parted with hundreds of thousands of pounds for works at Frieze, fair organiser Jasper Joffe was busy at another event giving art away free.

Design Art London sees Frieze Week expand into decorative arts

28 August 2007

The Frieze art fair (October 11-14) at Regents Park has already spawned two ‘tailgate’ events in the form of Scope and Zoo, but this year’s new addition is a little different.

New fair joins Frieze at zoo

16 September 2004

FRIEZE, the contemporary art fair launched to much critcal and commerical acclaim in Regent’s Park last year, is to have a supporting act this October.

Frieze makes a splash, but for dealers it’s still all about sales

22 October 2003

London has shed its reputation as the world’s only major art market centre without a major contemporary fair with the inaugural Frieze Art Fair in Regent’s Park.