Frieze New York

Randall's Island Park

May 2019

Tours

GUIDED TOURS
Tours provide an excellent introduction to the fair and a selection of fascinating highlights. Tours meet at the Tours desk and last one hour. Tour tickets do not include admission to the fair.

Highlights

Get an overview of the fair including the most talked about artworks, curated gallery sections and projects.

Emerging Artists

Who are the up-and-coming stars of contemporary art? A special focus on newly discovered artists and young galleries.

Contemporary Icons

Who are the biggest names in contemporary art today? Where can examples of their work be found at the fair and beyond?

FRIEZE BESPOKE & PRIVATE GROUPS
Frieze Bespoke is a personalised tour service to help you start and grow your art collection. Bespoke tour tickets include admission to the fair. Private group tours are also available. Please note, Private group tour tickets do not include admission to the fair.

Frieze Bespoke

Frieze Bespoke is an exclusive opportunity for those interested in collecting art to explore the fair accompanied by an independent art specialist. With personal introductions to galleries, each tour is a unique journey, created and curated with your interests and budget in mind.

Private Group Tours

From corporate visits to individual interest, private group tours provide a more tailored experience than our standard guided tours for groups of up to 12 guests. Private tour tickets do not include admission to the fair. To book, email tours@frieze.com.

Email tours@frieze.com for further information.

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