Frieze Guide London 2015
The best Frieze London 2015 galleries, exhibitions and events making a splash across town
FRIEZE & FRIEZE MASTERS
Nestled in the blossoms of Regent's Park in central London are the two hotspots for Frieze - the principal contemporary art fair and the younger cousin, Frieze Masters. But if you don't know Victoria Miro from David Zwirner - don't worry. We've got you covered. Click on the fairs to discover which Frieze London 2015 exhibitors are making waves.
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ART FAIRS IN LONDON FOR FRIEZE
There are a number of satellite fairs sprinkled across the capital, which are worth visiting if the bustle of Regent's Park is too much to handle.
The Other Art Fair 2015, Pinta London & Moniker Art Fair 2015, Old Truman Brewery
Sharing east London's Old Truman Brewery are three spectacular contemporary art fairs. The Other Art Fair, which is led by the artists themselves, is the go to destination for fresh talents to cut through the art market red tape and make direct contact with buyers. New this year is the London First section where Guatemalan, South Korean artists and beyond can show in the city for the first time.
Meanwhile the Pinta fair boasts a wonderful array of Latin American artists while the Moniker Art Fair prides itself on displaying artists working under the radar of the mainstream market.
Liverpool Street station - £10, £8 for concessions
Multiplied Art Fair, Christie's
This sleek contemporary art fair specialises in gorgeous editions of star artists, housed in the lovely surroundings of Christie's South Kensington.
South Kensington - Free
1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair, Somerset House
Trailblazing African artists get the spotlight in this art fair tucked away from the busy strand in Somerset House. It's only the third edition, but 1:54 is really carving it's own unique spot in the Frieze calendar.
A treasure trove of fine art and decorative works in the idyllic surroundings of Berkeley Square at the heart of Mayfair - a design connoisseur's dream.
Green Park - £20 adults, £10 concessions
WHAT ELSE IS HAPPENING DURING FRIEZE?
Exhibitions in London to see
Frieze is not just about the Regent's Park shenanigans. Far from it. Glittering parties, openings and stellar exhibitions are all scheduled during the week to coincide with powerful collectors and art world aficionados jetting into town. One of our favourites has to be Stuart Semple live painting extravaganza at the elegant Bulgari Hotel in Knightsbridge, which is sure to bubble over with energy. From the Mayfair mecca to trendsetters in the east, we've rounded up the best London exhibitions during Frieze to get your blood pumping.