For Frieze London 2017, Hauser & Wirth recreates a fictional Bronze Age presentation from a forgotten museum. Realised in collaboration with Mary Beard, Professor of Classics at the University of Cambridge, the booth, titled ‘BRONZE AGE c. 3500 BC – AD 2017’, will focus solely on works made of bronze. These include artefacts on loan from international museums and private collections nationwide, sculptures by artists including Louise Bourgeois, Henry Moore and Fausto Melotti, and miscellaneous bronze objects purchased from eBay, masquerading as archaeological finds. Moving away from the traditional white walls of an art fair, this presentation challenges expectation and highlights the power of display. The presentation follows Hauser & Wirth’s 2016 exercise in cliché, ‘L’atelier d’artistes’, a recreation of an artist’s studio at Frieze London.