Frieze London


Frieze London and Frieze Masters 2021 return to The Regent's Park, running alongside Frieze Viewing Room, our virtual platform, providing fundamental support for participating galleries in growing international VIPs and collectors engagement in-real-life and online.

Frieze London welcomes proposals from commercial galleries showing an international programme of artists and presenting a regular programme of exhibitions. Applications are also open for Focus, the fair's section dedicated to solo and dual artist presentations by galleries up to 12 years old, focusing on the work of emerging artists within carefully considered curatorial frameworks. 

Gaerie-Max-Hetzler-Frieze London-2019
Galerie Max Heztler, Frieze London 2019

Frieze Masters welcomes proposals of works of art that are made before the year 2000. The dateline can extend up to 2010, if the artist was born before 1940.

Frieze Sculpture, the ambitious outdoor display curated by Clare Lilley, Director of Programme at Yorkshire Sculpture Park will return in 2021 opening in September, artworks will remain on view until the end of October. Galleries can now apply for Frieze Sculpture independently of other sections of the fairs.

Frieze London presents the best of international contemporary art by emerging and established artists, alongside a dynamic programme of newly commissioned artworks, films and talks. 

The deadline to apply is Thursday, 28 January 2021.



The Regent's Park, entrance off Park Square West

London, NW1 4LL, United Kingdom 


Still to be decided 


Combined tickets (Frieze London + Frieze Master ) 60 £