Anna McNay

Review of Frieze London 2012


Frieze London 2012

Regent’s Park

11 – 14 October 2012

This past week was one of the busiest weeks and highlights
in the arts calendar, as Frieze London 2012 came to Regent’s Park, marking the
tenth year of one of the most important international contemporary art fairs.
Once again taking place inside an imposing temporary structure, designed by
architects Carmody Groarke, the fair welcomed over 175 galleries from 35
countries, as well as launching the new Frieze Masters, with a further 90
galleries showing works made before the new millennium, and hosting a mixed
programme of Frieze Projects (five site-specific commissions), Frieze Film,
Frieze Talks (a line-up of international artists, filmmakers, curators and
cultural commentators), and a free-to-enter Sculpture Park in the English Gardens,
curated by Clare Lilley, the Director of Programmes at the Yorkshire Sculpture

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