Running alongside ‘Sculpture’ is Frieze London has over 150 galleries featuring over 1000 artists in the event based in London’s Regent’s Park which runs from the 5-8 October. Once inside you will be able to look at many of the different aspect of Freeze London including projects and talks as well as a chance to buy works.

Further on in the park in Gloucester Green, Frieze Masters will be taking place, with more historical works of art to witness.

The Other Art Fair, which is run over the same weekend, is based in the Old Truman Brewery in Brick Lane, East London.

Featuring up-and-coming artists, this fair, in its 21st season, is organised by Saatchi Art in will give a chance for people to buy work from artists who could be ‘the next big thing’ in the art world over the coming decades.

Over 130 artists will be featured in the event including Dan Hillier, in a programme the organisation says will ‘crete a platform for the unexpected’ at the fair.

Also running in the Old Truman Brewery as the two events above is the Moniker International Art Fair, which features a host of street artists and galleries taking part in the event.

Now in its 8th year, urban art is a key feature of the fair, with lots of work seen via stalls from Lawrence Alkin to Graffik, Stolen Space, Jealous and Well Hung galleries, all featuring among lots of art traders.

It will also feature The Secret Art Prize where one emerging talent will be picked to have their own solo exhibition show.

Coming up later in the month, is the Affordable Art Fair between 19-22 October. The AAF run three times a year in London with the other being in Hampstead.

The Autumn event – like the Spring version – at Battersea Park features recent graduates work as well as more established artists, selling art that is ‘affordable,’ in nearly 20 years on the art fair calendar.

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