London Art Fairs During Frieze Week

 
 
 
 
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Moniker Art Fair, The Old Truman Brewery
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Frieze returns from 4th to 7th October 2018 bringing the world's most influential art buyers to London and spawning a deluge of art fairs, exhibitions and events. We list the big art fairs on in London during Frieze week.

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Frieze Sculpture

Step inside a glass pavilion, discover new work by Conrad Shawcross and take the kids to see the penguin.

Regent's Park, Inner Circle, London, NW1 4NR

Tube: Regent's Park Station

 

Dates: 04th July - 07th October 2018

 

Frieze Sculpture returns to the English Gardens of Regent's Park for three months from summer until the end of Frieze London, featuring works by 25 contemporary and modern artists presented by world-leading galleries. The free-to-view sculpture trail is the most accessible part of London's biggest art fair with more than five million people visiting last year. This year's crop, selected and placed by Clare Lilley, Director of Programme at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, includes a series of Pan African Flags, a group of crouching figures, street-lamp sculptures and Tim Etchells's new text-based work, Everything is Lost. Step inside a glass pavilion, discover the new, monumental Optic Labyrinth by Conrad Shawcross and take the kids to see the penguin.

 
 
 

Frieze Art Fair

The UK's leading contemporary art fair comes to Regent's Park this October.

Regent's Park, Inner Circle, Regent's Park, London, NW1 4NR

Tube: Regent's Park Station

 

Dates: 03rd - 07th October 2018

 

London's best known contemporary art fair, Frieze returns to Regent's Park for its 16th edition with over 160 of the most highly respected contemporary art galleries in the world brought together. The most accessible part, the free-to-view Sculpture Park found in the English Gardens of Regent's Park, displays 25 works by leading 20th-century artists. Performance art, talks, specially commissioned art works and curated exhibitions are all part of the fair, most of which is packed into a vast temporary structure in the park with work by around 1,000 contemporary artists crammed in. A combined ticket gets you into sister fair, Frieze Masters, a showcase of Old Masters and art up to the 20th century. The two fairs form the heart of Frieze Week, when galleries and museums across London put onspecial exhibitions and there's a glut of art fairs including Moniker, The Other Art Fair and PAD London.

 
 
 

Frieze Masters

Non-contemporary art displayed in a contemporary manner.

Gloucester Green, Regent's Park, Camden Town, London, NW1 4HA

Tube: Camden Town Station

 

Dates: 03rd - 07th October 2018

 

Following its successful debut five years ago Frieze Masters, a showcase of Old Masters and a spin-off of Frieze Art Fair, London's leading contemporary art fair, returns to London's Regents Park in October. Located in a bespoke structure on Gloucester Green, to the north east of Regent's Park, it's a short walk from its contemporary sister event, and the two fairs together present a unique perspective on the relationship between old and new art. Frieze Masters presents over 90 of the world's leading galleries, with works by great artists like Warhol and Basquiat, Avedon and Hockney, Rubens and Picasso on display and for sale. Curated by Sir Norman Rosenthal, the Collections section includes ancient Andean textiles from 200BC, Japanese prints showcasing child prodigy Kawanabe Kyosaiand, rare books showing works by Constable Rossetti and Manet as well as steel furniture by Bauhaus Master Marcel Breuer.

 
 
 

PAD London Art & Design Fair

The Pavilion of Art & Design London returns to Berkeley Square.

Berkeley Square, Berkeley Square, Mayfair, Mayfair, London, W1J 5AX

Tube: Green Park Station

 

Dates: 01st - 07th October 2018

 

A spin-off of its longer established Parisian sister, the PAD London Art & Design Fair returns to Mayfair in 2018 to bring together exceptional works of modern art, design, decorative arts, photography, jewellery and tribal art. Sixty eight prominent international galleries come together for the occasion, making it a fantastic place to discover museum quality pieces. Expect to find wall-lights by Lalique, 20th century art and collectible jewellery from French designer Lorenz Baumer, former artistic director for high jewellery at Louis Vuitton. The fair, which takes place at the same time as Frieze and Frieze Masters, helps to attract the world's most influential art buyers to London each October.

 
 
 

Moniker Art Fair

Moniker reminds us of the international scope of street art and beyond.

The Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL

Tube: Aldgate East Station

 

Dates: 04th - 07th October 2018

 

One of the three big London art fairs in the capital during Frieze Week in October, Moniker Art Fair shows the international scope of street art and beyond. For its 10th edition Moniker returns to the Old Truman Brewery, a 30,000 square foot space which makes it the largest contemporary art fair with its roots in urban culture. This year they're reducing the number of galleries exhibiting from forty to thirty, allowing more room for gallery stands from the likes of Stolen Space, RISE and Jealous Gallery here in the UK as well as international galleries like Thinkspace Gallery from California, Station16 Gallery from Montreal and Gallery Itinerrance from France. While Frieze showcases established names, Moniker champions emerging talent.

 
 
 

The Other Art Fair

Original art without breaking the bank.

Victoria House, Bloomsbury Square, Spitalfields, London, WC1B 4DA

Tube: Holborn Station , Russell Square Station

 

Dates: 04th - 07th October 2018

 

A playful, psychedelic entrance installation by artist and illustrator Hattie Stewart welcomes visitors to The Other Art Fair which takes over two central London locations during Frieze Week, the busiest week in the UK's art calendar. The fair - which is owned by online gallery Saatchi Art - returns to Bloomsbury's historic Victoria House and presents a new programme at The College at Old Central St Martins across the road on Southampton Row. All artists have been chosen by a committee of experts making it "worth visiting to truffle out emerging painters" (Financial Times). Femme Fatale Tattoo Studio create a pop-up hand poke tattoo studio, Farmstand host a pop up restaurant and Soho Radio curates the music. With more than one thousand pieces starting at £50 as well as many arty events such as curated walks and live music, this is a completely unstuffy art experience.

 
 
 
 
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