Frieze London 2015: Details Announce
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Frieze London will take place 14–17 October in the Regent’s Park, London. The thirteenth edition of the contemporary art fair will present over 160 of the world’s leading contemporary galleries, from almost 30 countries.

Unrivalled in range and depth, this edition of Frieze London will feature some of the most relevant and exciting contemporary artworks alongside highlights including the Sculpture Park, Frieze Talks and Frieze Projects, the celebrated non-profit programme curated by Nicola Lees and supported for the first time by LUMA Foundation.

Opening alongside Frieze Masters, together the two fairs offer an unmissable opportunity to view, experience and acquire art. Frieze London is generously sponsored by Deutsche Bank for the 12th consecutive year, continuing a shared commitment to discovery.

Victoria Siddall said: ‘The great response to the redesigned Frieze London last year has attracted an exceptional list of galleries for 2015 and I am thrilled to announce what I believe will be a really strong fair. Once again, both established and young galleries are planning special presentations of mainly new work so Frieze London will be a place to see art of the highest quality and discover emerging artists from all over the world.’

In the main section, a number of renowned galleries join Frieze London, including Cheim & Read (New York), Galerie Kamel Mennour (Paris) and Simon Lee Gallery (London). Several galleries join the main section having previously exhibited in Focus, including dépendance (Brussels) and Supportico Lopez (Berlin).

Focus continues to evolve into the definitive destination for young galleries, with seven exhibiting at Frieze London for the first time, from Antenna Space (Shanghai) to Hopkinson Mossman (Auckland), and is advised by curators Raphael Gygax (Migros Museum, Zurich) and Jacob Proctor (Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society, University of Chicago). Dedicated to performance and participatory work, Live develops in breadth and innovation from its critically acclaimed debut in 2014. Creating moments of immersion and interaction throughout the fair, Live is advised for the first time by Focus’s Raphael Gygax and Jacob Proctor.

Following their widely praised redesign for 2014, Universal Design Studio will again devise the Frieze London 2015 structure, enhancing the quality of visitors’ experience.