The 16th edition of Frieze London and the 7th edition of Frieze Masters open to the public in the British capital on Friday, October 5, with preview days on October 3 and October 4. Frieze London, which brings together some 160 galleries from around the world, is broken into different groupings, including the Main section, the Focus section, and the new Social Work section, which will present the work of eight pioneering women artists who were active in the 1980s and ’90s. Frieze Masters will bring together more than 130 international galleries presenting work from throughout six millennia. Among the highlights at Frieze London are Berni Searle at Stevenson, of Cape Town and Johannesburg, Walter Pfeiffer at Paris’s Galerie Sultana, and Elmgreen & Dragset at Victoria Miro, of London and Venice; at Frieze Masters, highlights include Lenore G. Tawney at London’s Alison Jacques Gallery and a Court Nautilus Cup at Kunstkammer Georg Laue, of Munich and London.

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