If you’ve got an hour or so to wander around London after work this October, why not visit Multiplied at Christie’s in South Kensington (16th-18th October), the UK’s only art fair dedicated exclusively to contemporary art in editions, as part of Frieze Week (14th-17th October).
Frieze Week showcases some of the best in contemporary art, and is open to anyone from avid art collectors, to those just looking for a cultural day out. The thirteenth edition of the fair will present over 160 of the world’s leading contemporary galleries from nearly 30 different countries. Multiplied will be showing work from 40 exhibitors, including galleries, publishers, artists’ collectives and not-for-profits, in formats comprising prints, photography, multiples and artists’ books, among others. Taking place within the white walls of one of London’s most distinguished art auction houses, Multiplied can be easily accessed from all the major galleries in Mayfair, as well as the Frieze Week art fair in Regent’s Park – so it’s a must-visit when working your way around the various exhibitions!
Over 60,000 people descended upon London to see this wealth of contemporary art for Frieze Week 2014, and they’re expecting to see just as many (if not more) this autumn – so make sure you book your tickets now to avoid missing out!
Tickets to Frieze Week can be purchased here. Access to Multiplied is free.
From top to bottom: ‘Valentino Yellow’ by Edy Ferguson (2015) courtesy of CCA Galleries, ‘Magenta’ by Henrik Simonsen (2015) courtesy of Eyestorm, ‘Catherine and the Leave’ by Annalaura Masciave and ‘Untitled 3’ by Libby Heaney (2015), both courtesy of Made in Arts London.