People visit Regent's Park for many reasons; it might be to admire the beautiful roses in the garden, watch a performance at the Open Air Theatre, go boating, or see the animals at ZSL London Zoo. But while it has some lovely sculptures, it is not usually the place people go to see artwork. That is unless Frieze Masters is on. Frieze Masters is an annual fair that explores historical art from a contemporary perspective, and this year it will be taking place from the 16th - 19th October. There are a variety of tickets you can buy, depending on how long you want to be there. These start at £15 for one evening to £50 for combined entry to Frieze London (a fair that focusses just on contemporary art).
If your time is limited, the best way to see everything is by going on a tour. An hour long, expert guides will show you round, giving a complete overview, and giving background details on artworks which have been given a spotlight.
There will be over a hundred exhibitors, including David Zwirner, the Gagosian Gallery, Hauser & Wirth, and highlights on Anita Beckers and Richard Saltoun.