Frieze stands as the world’s preeminent platform for modern and contemporary art, passionately dedicated to artists, galleries, collectors, and art enthusiasts alike. With an impressive array of offerings, that encompasses three renowned publications—Frieze -magazine, Masters and Week magazines—each illuminating the artistic landscape.
Central to its influence are four international art fairs: Frieze London, LA, New York, and Seoul, which serve as focal points for the global art community, fostering connections and discovery. These events have earned a reputation for excellence, attracting artists, dealers, and art enthusiasts from around the world.
At the heart of London, No.9 Cork Street stands as their permanent gallery space, serving as a cultural hub for artistic expression. Here, international galleries come together to showcase their finest works, contributing to the vibrant art scene of Mayfair.
Their digital presence is equally impressive, with frieze.com offering an extensive resource for contemporary art and culture. This digital platform serves as an essential destination for those seeking to explore, learn, and stay informed about the latest trends and developments in the art world.
Founded in 1991 by the visionary trio of Amanda Sharp, Matthew Slotover, and Tom Gidley, Frieze has consistently pushed boundaries, redefining the art industry and nurturing its growth. From the influential inception of frieze magazine to the groundbreaking launches of Frieze London, New York, and Masters, each milestone has further solidified Frieze’s reputation as a trailblazer.
In 2019, Frieze expanded its reach to the United States with the debut of LA, captivating the art community on the West Coast. Additionally, Seoul’s launch in South Korea in 2022 brought art enthusiasts in Asia a new frontier for exploration.
Aligned with the IMG network, Frieze continues to inspire and enrich the art world, facilitating meaningful connections and fostering appreciation for the transformative power of art across cultures and continents.