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Courtesy of Frieze.
Courtesy of Frieze.
Marius Bercea, "Navigate the Present Tense," 2022, Oil on canvas, 75 x 63 inches; photo by Marius Poput, courtesy of the Artist and François Ghebaly, Los Angeles/New York.
Rayan Yasmineh, "Le songe de Gilgamesh," 2021, Oil on canvas, 135 x 195 cm; courtesy of the artist and mor charpentier.
Hayv Kahraman, "Entanglements with torshi," 2021, Oil and torshi on linen, 177.8 x 177.8 cm; courtesy of the artist and Pilar Corrias.
Atul Dodiya, "Footprint," 2019, Oil and polyester putty on galvanized steel framed photograph printed on archival digital Hahnemühle bamboo paper, 137 x 91.5 & 61 x 42 cm; courtesy of the artist and Vadehra Art Gallery.
Courtesy of Frieze.
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What to See at the 2022 Editions of Frieze London and Frieze Masters

By Pearl Fontaine

October 10, 2022

Frieze London and Frieze Masters return to London October 12—16 in Regent’s Park. Presented by global lead partner Deutsche Bank, the fair features presentations by nearly 300 galleries from 42 countries, alongside programming, talks, special artist-led projects, and more.

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Celebrating its 10-year anniversary, Frieze Masters welcomes more than 130 international presenters bringing significant historic works, collectibles, and the works of Old Masters in an Annabelle Selldorf-designed environment. Situated in proximity to the main fair, its central gallery presentation sector will be accompanied by happenings like a Spotlight platform dedicated to avant-garde pioneers, Stand Out, in which Luke Syson has curated a highlight of design masterpieces, and the Frieze Masters Talks program, which will include speakers Anthea Hamilton, Andra Ursuța, and Jeremy Deller.This year also encompasses the fair’s first presentation of a contemporary artist: a special show of new works by Tyler Mitchell.

“This year, we celebrate the tenth anniversary of Frieze Masters and I am delighted by our appropriately stellar line-up, including a major milestone by Tyler Mitchell, which marks the first time a contemporary work has featured in the fair,” said Nathan Clements-Gillespie, the Director of Frieze Masters. “A central tenet of Frieze Masters has been to provide a contemporary perspective on the historical and Tyler’s project, a portfolio of new images that interpret historical motifs and imagery, will extend this aim, reframing material from the past anew—I can’t wait for everyone to see it.”

At Frieze London, over 160 prominent galleries from around the world are bringing solo and group presentations of contemporary artists, seen across the main sector, Editions, Focus, and the curatorial platform Indra’s Net, which has been conceived by Sandhini Poddar. Across these platforms, fairgoers may recognize galleries new and returning, including names like Lisson Gallery, Maisterravalbuena, Esther Schipper, Hauser & Wirth, Morán Morán, Rachel Uffner Gallery, Blindspot Gallery, David Zwirner, Galerie Gisela Capitain, Company Gallery, Adams and Ollman, Phillida Reid, Galerie Quynh, and Almine Rech.

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Rayan Yasmineh, "Le songe de Gilgamesh," 2021, Oil on canvas, 135 x 195 cm; courtesy of the artist and mor charpentier.

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Atul Dodiya, "Footprint," 2019, Oil and polyester putty on galvanized steel framed photograph printed on archival digital Hahnemühle bamboo paper, 137 x 91.5 & 61 x 42 cm; courtesy of the artist and Vadehra Art Gallery.

Highlights of the 2022 edition include the artist-led installation of Emma Talbot’s 21st Century Herbal (a painted silk hanging garden measuring more than 90 feet long), shows of emerging artists like Selome Muleta with Addis Fine Art and Matthew Brown presenting the work of Kenturah Davis, and a commission by the 2022 Frieze Artist Award winner, Abbas Zahedi, whose outdoor installation will be activated throughout the course of the fair. Also not to miss are presentations like Lehmann Maupin’s trio presentation of Cecilia Vicuña, Teresita Fernández, and Calida Rawles considering connections of all sorts, Gagosian’s solo showing of Jadé Fadojutimi, and Claire Lilley’s curation for this year’s Frieze Sculpture, which connects Frieze Masters and Frieze London in an outdoor presentation that will remain on view into November.

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Hayv Kahraman, "Entanglements with torshi," 2021, Oil and torshi on linen, 177.8 x 177.8 cm; courtesy of the artist and Pilar Corrias.

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Marius Bercea, "Navigate the Present Tense," 2022, Oil on canvas, 75 x 63 inches; photo by Marius Poput, courtesy of the Artist and François Ghebaly, Los Angeles/New York.
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