Your Guide to London Fair Week

Artsy Specialist
Oct 1, 2018 10:02PM

From Frieze to 1-54, London’s top art fairs will open to the public this weekend. Whether you’re headed to the fairs or perusing online, you can preview booths on Artsy to browse and buy your favorite works.

Below, discover four unique fairs to start exploring today.

Frieze London

This year’s edition of Frieze London, one of the world’s premier art fairs, showcases over 160 international galleries and 1,000 of today’s leading artists.

Jose Dávila
Fundamental Concern XXII, 2018
Shirin Neshat
My Beloved, 1995
Goodman Gallery
Yngve Holen
Rose Painting, 2018
Modern Art

Frieze Masters

Ancient artifacts, Old Master paintings, and 20th-century sculptures come together at Frieze Masters, offering collectors the chance to acquire museum-quality pieces.

Alighiero Boetti
Oggi Ventinovesimo Girono Settimp Mese dell'Anno 1000 Novecento Ottantotto all'Amato Pantheon Regola e Regularsi , 1988
Ben Brown Fine Arts
Pieter Brueghel the Younger
Summer: the harvesters’ meal, 1600
De Jonckheere

1-54 London

Presenting over 130 artists, 1-54 is the venue for discovering new and established talents from Africa and its diaspora.

Fathi Hassan
Eat Stars, 2007
Lawrie Shabibi
Abdoulaye Konaté
Bleau aux coquillages 3C, 2018
Primo Marella Gallery


This gallery-led art fair focuses on young, emerging artists, from the surrealistic painter Matthew Hansel to the Spanish minimalist Elena Alonzo.

Matthew Hansel
Time is a Foolish Fancy, 2018, 2018
yours mine & ours
Elena Alonso
Untitled I, 2018
Espacio Valverde
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