Saturday, October 13, 2012

Fwd: Frieze London | Frieze Masters


Frieze London | Frieze Masters

Frieze London and Frieze Masters are on now.  

With exhibitors from 35 countries participating in the tenth edition of Frieze London, the leading contemporary fair is the most international event organised by Frieze. Frieze London also includes a specially commissioned programme; Frieze Projects, Frieze Film and Frieze Talks.

The inaugural edition of Frieze Masters is a carefully selected presentation of over 90 of the world's leading galleries. The first fair for historical art organised by Frieze is taking place on Gloucester Green in London's Regent's Park, within walking distance of Frieze London.

Visit both Frieze London and Frieze Masters on the same day and benefit from our special combined ticket.

Advanced booking is recommended.  

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The Outset /Frieze London Fund: Tate Acquisitions

The 2012 Tate acquisitions include works by Hideko FukushimaNicholas HloboCaragh Thuring and Jack Whitten.

This is the tenth year that the Fund has enabled Tate to acquire art for the national collection at Frieze London.  

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Saturday Night is East End Night

Saturday 13 October is East End Night. Galleries in the east of London will stay open until 9pm.  

Participating galleries include: Chisenhale Gallery, Herald St, Victoria Miro, Raven Row and White Cube.

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Frieze London Stand Prize

The Frieze London 2012 stand prize has been awarded to Vitamin Creative Space, Guangzhou, stand E6.

The winning stand was selected by international curators and critics. The Frieze London stand prize is sponsored by Champagne Pommery for the fourth consecutive year.


Regent's Park Foundation: Frieze Editions

A portfolio of six limited-edition photographs commissioned by Frieze are available to buy at Frieze London and online.

Just £350 to take away today, the prints have been produced in support of the Royal Parks Foundation.

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