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Frieze 2016 London

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Taking place a week earlier this year, Frieze London brings together over 160 of the world’s leading galleries from New York to Berlin and Shanghai to São Paulo, to showcase works by newly discovered artists alongside some of the most respected names in contemporary art.
Explore our curated sections – Focus, the definitive destination to discover young talents; Live, creating moments of immersion and interaction with participatory performance works; and new this year, The Nineties, recreating seminal exhibitions from this decade.
Other highlights include our non-profit programme of new artist commissions, a lively series of talks, guided tours, impressive large-scale works in the Frieze Sculpture Park, and a selection of pop-ups from London's favourite restaurants.
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/ 303 Gallery - New York - F4, N6
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/ 47 Canal - New York - G19
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/ VI, VII < - Oslo - G18
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/ A Gentil Carioca - Rio de Janeiro - A15 / Miguel Abreu Gallery - Multiple Locations - F1 / Air de Paris - Paris - N9 / Galería Juana de Aizpuru - Madrid - B15 / Allied Editions - London - B22 / Antenna Space - Shanghai - G29 / The Approach - London - C12 / Arcadia Missa - London - G28
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/ Laura Bartlett Gallery - London - G1 / Galería Elba Benítez - Madrid - H10 / Marianne Boesky Gallery - Multiple Locations - B11 / Tanya Bonakdar Gallery - New York - E7 / The Box - Los Angeles - G4 / BQ - Berlin - H1 / The Breeder - Athens - H13 / Gavin Brown's enterprise - New York - C3 / Buchholz - Multiple Locations - D9, N2
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/ Callicoon Fine Arts - New York - H34 / Campoli Presti - Multiple Locations - C14 v class="field field-name-title-field field-type-text field-label-hidden"> / Canada - New York - H9 / Galerie Gisela Capitain - Cologne - D11 / Galerie Andrea Caratsch - St. Moritz - N4 / Massimo De Carlo - Multiple Locations - N11 / Carlos/Ishikawa - London - H24, L3 / Carroll/Fletcher - London - L2 / Casas Riegner - Bogotá - H3 / Chewday's - London - H18 / Chi-Wen Gallery - Taipei - G25 / Mehdi Chouakri - Berlin - N7 / C L E A R I N G - Multiple Locations - H17 / Sadie Coles HQ - Multiple Locations - F2 / Contemporary Fine Arts - Berlin - A5 / Pilar Corrias Gallery - London - B1 / Corvi-Mora - London - C10 / Galerie Chantal Crousel - Paris - E5
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/ Thomas Dane Gallery - London - E4, N3 / dépendance - Brussels - G3
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/ Galerie Eigen + Art - Multiple Locations - A12 / Emalin - London - L2 / Exile - Berlin - H30
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/ Foksal Gallery Foundation - Warsaw - D2 / Fonti - Naples - G17 / Galeria Fortes Vilaça - Multiple Locations - D3 / Marc Foxx Gallery - Los Angeles - B5 / Carl Freedman Gallery - London - B18 / Stephen Friedman Gallery - Multiple Locations - C6 / Frith Street Gallery - Multiple Locations - A1 / Frutta - Rome - G30
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/ Gagosian Gallery - Multiple Locations - E3 / Ghebaly Gallery - Los Angeles - G11 / Goodman Gallery - Multiple Locations - B10 / Marian Goodman Gallery - Multiple Locations - C7 / Green Art Gallery - Dubai - G27 / Greene Naftali Gallery - New York - C13 / greengrassi - London - F3 / Galerie Karin Guenther - Hamburg - H5 / Gypsum Gallery - Cairo - L2
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/ Hauser & Wirth - Multiple Locations - D8 / Herald St - Multiple Locations - E2 / Galerie Max Hetzler - Multiple Locations - A11 / High Art - Paris - H33 / Hollybush Gardens - London - G12 / Gallery Hyundai - Seoul - A24
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/ Ibid Gallery - Multiple Locations - H7 / Ingleby Gallery - Edinburgh - D1 / Taka Ishii Gallery - Multiple Locations - C8
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/ Alison Jacques Gallery - London - B7 / Galerie Martin Janda - Vienna - B12
/ Johnen Galerie - Berlin - C11
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/ Kadel Willborn - Düsseldorf - H5 / Casey Kaplan - New York - D12 / Jan Kaps - Cologne - H22 / Georg Kargl Fine Arts - Vienna - A21 / Kayne Griffin Corcoran - Los Angeles - A9 / Galerie Peter Kilchmann - Zurich - A23 / Tina Kim Gallery - New York - C1 / König Galerie - Multiple Locations - B2 / Koppe Astner - Glasgow - H15 / David Kordansky Gallery - Los Angeles - E1 / Andrew Kreps Gallery - New York - D6 / Galerie Krinzinger - Vienna - A7 / Kukje Gallery - Seoul - C1 / Kurimanzutto - Mexico City - D7
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/ Galerie Emanuel Layr - Vienna - H16 / Simon Lee Gallery - London - E6 / Lehmann Maupin - Multiple Locations - A20 / David Lewis - New York - H19 / Limoncello - London - B13 / Lisson Gallery - Multiple Locations - B6
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/ Kate MacGarry - London - A3 / Magician Space - Beijing - H28 / Mai 36 Galerie / Victor Gisler - Zurich - C5 / Maisterravalbuena - Madrid - H12 / Matthew Marks Gallery - Multiple Locations - F6 / Galeria Jaqueline Martins - São Paulo - G16, L1 / Martos Gallery - New York - H29 / Mary Mary - Glasgow - G10 / Galerie Max Mayer - Düsseldorf - H27 / Galerie Greta Meert - Brussels - B16 / Mendes Wood DM - Sao Paulo - C15 / kamel mennour - Multiple Locations - A2 / Metro Pictures - New York - F5 / Galerie Meyer Kainer - Vienna - D10 / Victoria Miro - Multiple Locations - C4 / Misako & Rosen - Tokyo - G21 / Stuart Shave/Modern Art - London - A6 / The Modern Institute - Multiple Locations - D4 / mother's tankstation limited - Dublin - B20 / Múrias Centeno - Multiple Locations - H31 <
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/ Galerie Nagel Draxler - Multiple Locations - N1 / Taro Nasu - Tokyo - B13 / Galerie Neu - Berlin - N8 / Night Gallery - Los Angeles - G23 / Galleria Franco Noero - Turin - D14 / Galerie Nordenhake - Multiple Locations - B14
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/ Galleria Lorcan O’Neill - Rome - G13 / Office Baroque - Multiple Locations - G9
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/ P.P.O.W - New York - B19 / Pace - Multiple Locations - B4 / Maureen Paley - London - D13 / Peres Projects - Berlin - B9 / Galerie Perrotin - Multiple Locations - A18 / Galeria Plan B - Multiple Locations - H11 / PM8 - Vigo - L1 / Galerija Gregor Podnar - Berlin - A16 / Simon Preston Gallery - New York - G26 / Project 88 - Mumbai - H8 / Proyectos Ultravioleta - Guatemala City - H21
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/ Rampa - Istanbul - H6 / Galleria Raucci/Santamaria - Naples - A17 / Almine Rech Gallery - Multiple Locations - A10 / Anthony Reynolds Gallery - London - N5 / Rodeo - London - H4 / Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac - Multiple Locations - B8 / Lia Rumma Gallery - Multiple Locations - A19
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/ Salon 94 - Multiple Locations - C2, N7 / Esther Schipper - Berlin - C11, N10 / Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle - Munich - B21 / Karsten Schubert - London - N3 / Seventeen - London - G24 / Sfeir-Semler - Multiple Locations - G5 / Shanghart Gallery - Multiple Locations - A14 / Silberkuppe - Berlin - H26 / Société - Berlin - G20 / Sommer Contemporary Art - Tel Aviv - A22 / Southard Reid - London - G22 / Sprüth Magers - Multiple Locations - A4, N7 / Gregor Staiger - Zurich - H25 / Stevenson - Multiple Locations - G8 / Galeria Luisa Strina - São Paulo - C9 / The Sunday Painter - London - H23 / Supportico Lopez - Berlin - G2
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/ T293 - Rome - A13 / Timothy Taylor - London - B17 / The Third Line - Dubai - H2 / Travesía Cuatro - Multiple Locations - H14 / Truth and Consequences - Geneva - H32
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/ Various Small Fires (VSF) - Los Angeles - G15 / Federico Vavassori - Milan - H35 / Vermelho - São Paulo - G14
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/ Michael Werner - Multiple Locations - A8 / White Cube - Multiple Locations - D5 / Barbara Wien - Berlin - G7 / Wilkinson - London - G6
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/ Leo Xu Projects - Shanghai - H20
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/ Zeno X Gallery - Antwerp - F7 / David Zwirner - Multiple Locations - B3

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6 > 9 October 2016

mpefm UNITED KINGDOM art fair press release
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