The Frieze Art Fair 2011 opens on Thursday, with an incredible line up from over 170 worldwide contemporary art galleries such as Hauser & Wirth, Gagosian Gallery and the Lisson Gallery.
The international fair is the perfect opportunity to see an array of work by both established and emerging artists of today such as Adel Abdessemed, Tracey Emin, Marlene Dumas, Andreas Gursky, Gary Hume, Anselm Kiefer, Ged Quinn, Wolfgang Tillmans and Rachel Whiteread. Tickets cost £27 each.
Once you have taken in the fair, head back out to Regents Park to admire the Sculpture Park located in the gardens nearby. Entry to the Sculpture Park is free to the public. Then to round off the day, head north to The Primrose Bakery for a well deserved coffee and delicious cupcake.
Frieze Art Fair is also hosting various talks and educational events so check out Frieze Art Fair prior to your visit. Have a great weekend in the park!
Image: Damian Ortega, Alma Mater, Kurimanzutto Gallery, 2o10
Photo by Linda Nylind for Frieze