October | Art & Culture

Frieze is set to be more inspiring than ever

With a focus on young creators and new digital platform, prepare for an art extravaganza

Holly Bullock

Following a one-year hiatus, Frieze is returning to London in all its art-celebrating splendour. Taking up residence in its usual home of Regent’s Park, the weekend-long festival of creativity is set to be more magical than ever. Split between its in-person presence and a new digital platform, Frieze Viewing Room, this year’s event is dedicated to elevating new voices – and will spotlight a new generation of artists and curators across the board.

Excitingly, this year’s fair also sees the introduction of Editions – a new space offering a carefully curated selection of prints and artist multiples, all in an effort to open up the world art collection. Running 13–17 October, expect immersive live performance, thought-provoking works and inspiration aplenty – including the Matches Fashion partnership with Frieze, featuring sculptures by floral artist Wagner alongside video, stills and mannequins celebrating the collaborative worlds of art and fashion. See you there!