The Top 5 Art Fairs to visit during #FriezeWeek 

1 Frieze 

Now in its 13th year hosting more than 160 galleries with art from over 1000 contemporary artists is still FAD’s favourite art fair during #Friezeweek. More Info: friezelondon.com opening Wednesday  to Saturday

 

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2 Frieze Masters 

The art fair that people in the know says is the best now – its certainly the plushest  and its also the one where galleries get to  show off a bit, we really like the decor, the carpet and the general calm of the fair which is a great compliment to the crazy energy of Frieze London featuring over 120 of the world’s leading galleries, from ancient to modern. friezemasters.com Opening Wednesday to Sunday

3 Moniker 

Probably the ‘coolest’ art fair during Frieze Week now in its sixth year its the place if you are into Urban Contemporary Art this year it will also feature a couple of amazing installations a lot of Bitcoin action and a couple of very interesting talks hosted by FAD! monikerartfair.com Opening Thursday

4 Sunday 

The fair aims to support the young, emerging and most exciting artists and the galleries who are nurturing them at the early stages in their careers. This year SUNDAY will showcase 25 international galleries exhibiting solo presentations or curated group presentations. This year it also has a new editions section featuring work of four art spaces from Southen On Sea , Sheffield, Bristol and Cambridge. www.sundayartfair.com Opening Wednesday

5 Sluice

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Sluice__ returns in 2015 for its third outing – this time between 16th – 18th October over five floors of The Bargehouse on London’s South Bank, between Tate Modern and the National Theatre. Sluice__ is a platform for the most exciting and innovative grassroots contemporary art from around the world. This year, 35 galleries and artist-run projects will be showcasing their work as part of Sluice__’s characteristically open-plan, accessible and engaging format. sluice.info/2015 Opening Thursday

About Mark Westall

Mark Westall is the Founder and Editor of FAD magazine, ' A curation of the world’s most interesting culture' [PLUS] Art of Conversation: A tri-annual 'no news paper' AofC - Issue 1 Autumn 2018