Frieze Masters 2019. We were kindly invited by @bombaysapphireuk and @the_danielsgroup to the VIP opening of @friezeartfair. We had a good look around, met some incredible people and got lots of inspiration for the next few months! So come with us as we share all of our favourite pictures and details. Here you’ll also find what you need to know plus the dates for next year. Pencil it in your diary!



Regent’s Park, London> 3–6 October 2019



Frieze Masters is s a collection, celebration and exhibition. Discovering several thousand years of art history in a unique contemporary context. Frieze Masters features more than 130 leading modern and historical galleries from around the world, showcasing art from the ancient era and Old Masters to the late 20th century. They closed its 2019 edition on Sunday 6 October in Regent’s Park, having attracted record museum attendance.


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This year it included two curated sections, Collections and Spotlight respectively dedicated to unique visions from Eastern and Western cultures and pioneering artists of the 20th century. Welcoming new expertise in Asian and 20th-century art, highlights included major works by Cy Twombly, Indian paintings from the 16th to 18th centuries, the last work by Sandro Botticelli (1445 – 1510) in private hands, rare Chinese antiquities and a 4.5 billion-year- old meteorite.


The atmosphere in London this week has been electric and visitors from all over the world have really seen it at its best – from the great works shown at Frieze London and Frieze Masters to the fantastic exhibitions and events at museums and galleries across the city – Victoria Siddall, Frieze Fairs

There were also insightful talks with Mark Bradford, Elizabeth Peyton, Ai Weiwei, Edmund de Waal and Michael Craig-Martin.

Frieze Masters delights with the diversity of its proposals and approaches –Beaux Arts

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