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Regent’s Park, London, is the venue in October each year for the exciting Frieze Art Fair. This year exhibition will take place between 14th and 17th October.
The exhibitors at the fair are both established and those new to the art world, appealing to an audience that is world wide. The fair attracts art work from more than 170 international art galleries and is a one stop opportunity for art lovers to view and purchase art. As if this isn\’t enough, the fair also has artists\’ projects that have been commissioned exclusively – it is even possible to attend a session where artists conduct talks about their art.
The Frieze Art Fair has proved to be very popular, with in excess of 60,000 visitors that include the curators and collectors, artists and critics as well as the art loving general public. From the \”first time\” collector to seasoned purveyors of art, everyone is bound to find something to satisfy them at the art fair.
What sets the Frieze Art Fair apart is that it is one of a select group of fairs dedicated to contemporary and living artists, bringing exciting art to everyone. It is also unique in that it has its own temporary structure within Regent\’s Park that takes advantage of the natural light available. This use of natural light showcases the art in an entirely different way to the usual harsh artificial light of a trade show. As well, a series of concerts is presented during the week of Frieze Art Fair in an off-site location.
The fair provides professionally guided tours that are presented with the assistance of the Art Fund, to make your visit even better, furthermore Art Fund members enjoy two-for-one entry ticket offer.
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