On 14 October, Frieze London and Frieze Masters will return to The Regent’s Park. 2015 promises to be another outstanding year for quality and innovation, with leading curators working across the fairs’ feature sections and programming. Frieze fairs are sponsored by Deutsche Bank, with Gucci as Associate Sponsor of Frieze Masters. Tickets are available here.

Frieze London
14–17 October

From the emerging to the iconic: For the 13th edition, 164 galleries from 27 countries will present today’s most significant and exciting contemporary artists, in a bespoke structure designed by Universal Design Studio.

Featuring emerging talents and advised by curators Raphael Gygax (Migros Museum, Zurich) and Jacob Proctor (Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society, University of Chicago), the section will include an installation by Maria Pininska-Beres (David Radziszweski, Warsaw); a floor-based “water relief” by Samara Scott (The Sunday Painter, London) and a ceramic presentation by Jesse Wine (Limoncello, London).

Advised by Raphael Gygax and Jacob Proctor, the section includes: portrait sittings by Ken Kagami (Misako & Rosen, Tokyo); auditorium-based choreography by Edward Thomasson & Lucy Beech (Southard Reid, London); Xifopagas Capilares (1984) by Tunga (Galeria Franco Noero, Turin and Luhring Augustine, New York); and an intimate encounter by Amalia Ulman (Arcadia Missa, London).

Frieze Talks
This year’s programme, co-curated by Christy Lange (Associate Editor, frieze) and Gregor Muir (ICA, London) will include Tania Bruguera (artist and activist), Douglas Coupland (writer), Anicka Yi (artist), Adrian Searle (critic) and Metahaven (graphic design studio).

Frieze Projects
Frieze London’s non-profit curated programme, Frieze Projects is supported by LUMA Foundation, with additional support by Arts Council England. Curated by Nicola Lees, the seven participants in 2015 are: ÅYR; Lutz Bacher; castillo/corrales; Thea Djordjadze; Jeremy Herbert; Asad Raza; and Rachel Rose, winner of the 2015 Frieze Artist Award.

Frieze Film
The Auditorium will see premieres of commissions for Frieze Film from: Charles Atlas; Xavier Cha; Gery Georgieva; and Thirteen Black Cats. Supported by Channel 4’s Random Acts, the commissions will be broadcast on Channel 4.

Frieze Artist Award
The winner of the second Frieze Artist Award, also supported by LUMA Foundation and which invites an artist to create a site-specific artwork at Frieze London under the auspices of Frieze Projects, is Rachel Rose. Rose will create a scale-model of the fair structure, in which lighting and sound design will simulate the sonic and visual sense frequencies of animals inhabiting The Regent’s Park. Concurrent with the fair, Rose is the subject of a solo exhibition at London’s Serpentine Gallery (1 October–8 November).

Frieze Sounds
Presented with BMW and curated by Cecilia Alemani, commissions by Alicja Kwade, Xaviera Simmons and Sergei Tcherepnin are accessible at a listening station in the Frieze London BMW 7 Series Lounge.

Stand Prize
For a seventh year, Champagne Pommery generously sponsor the Stand Prize. The 10,000 GBP prize is awarded to the most innovative gallery stand and is judged for 2015: Maria Balshaw (the Whitworth, Manchester); Bart van der Heide (Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam); and Jens Hoffmann (Jewish Museum, New York).

Visitors to Frieze London will find Brunswick House, Caravan and Caravan-To-Go, Company Drinks, Gail’s Artisan Bakery; Ibérica, The Juice Well, Petersham Nurseries and Pizza Pilgrims.

Reading Room
New for 2015, the Reading Room will create a space for visitors to discover a curated selection of the world’s best arts publications. The Financial Times, frieze, Monocle, ArtReview + ReviewAsia; Artforum, The Art Newspaper, Even, The White Review and other publications will host an exciting schedule of events.

Allied Editions returns in a new location, presenting specially commissioned works of art from as little as 40 GBP. Featuring Camden Arts Centre; Chisenhale Gallery; Glasgow International; Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA); South London Gallery; Studio Voltaire; Serpentine Galleries; and Whitechapel Gallery, Allied Editions will host a programme of events during the fair.

Frieze Masters
14–18 October

Several thousand years of art: The fourth edition offers an unparalleled opportunity to discover a world history of art from 131 leading modern and historical galleries, brought together in a space designed by Annabelle Selldorf.

The new section Collections, curated by Sir Norman Rosenthal, will include Japanese netsuke (Sydney Moss, London); a 40-piece display of Italian maiolica (Bazaart, London); and a collection of rare wooden Egyptian sculpture, including an exceptional large statue from the Fifth Dynasty (2500–2400 BC) (Sycomore Ancient Art, London).

Curated for the first time by Clara M Kim and dedicated to solo presentations of 20th-century art, stands will include pioneering Pop artists from Brazil and Japan—Wanda Pimentel with Anita Schwartz Galeria de Arte (Rio de Janeiro) and Keiichi Tanaami with Nanzuka (Tokyo)—and global conceptualists such as Jess (Anglim Gilbert Gallery, San Francisco) and Ana Lupas (P420, Bologna).

Frieze Masters Talks
Co-programmed by Jennifer Higgie (frieze and Frieze Masters magazine) and Jasper Sharp (Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna), Frieze Masters Talks is supported by Gucci, Associate Sponsor of the fair.

2015 participants include artists Abraham Cruzvillegas, Ellen Gallagher, Michaël Borremans and Lawrence Weiner; Frederick Ilchman (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston); Annabelle Selldorf (architect); and J. Tomilson Hill (collector), Ali Smith (writer), Pamela Joyner (collector) and Sjarel Ex (Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam).

At Frieze Masters, visitors will find The Arts Club, Locanda Locatelli, Umu and GAIL’s Artisan Bakery.

Sculpture Park
13–18 October
Selected by Clare Lilley (Yorkshire Sculpture Park) and with free public access, the 16 featured artists include: Richard Serra (Peter Freeman, New York), Anri Sala (Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris & Marian Goodman Gallery, London), Seung-Taek Lee (Gallery Hyundai, Seoul), Carol Bove (David Zwirner, London), and a 11–14th century AD pre-Ekoi monolith from Western Africa (Didier Claes, Brussels).

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