Frieze Masters’ 10 Best Booths, From a 154-Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Skeleton to Flemish Masters

This year marks the tenth anniversary of Frieze Masters in London and visitors to the fair can time-travel deep into the distant past. Whether you’re after 154-million-year-old dinosaur skeletons or Egyptian sarcophagi, Old Masters or modern icons of the 20th century, it’s all here.

Some of the most exciting offerings can be found in the Spotlight section dedicated to trailblazing women artists born between 1900 and 1951. Curator Camille Morineau and the team at Paris-based AWARE (Archives of Women Artists, Research and Exhibitions) have made a point of focusing Spotlight on under-recognized women as part of their wider goal of realigning the art canon.   

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Below is a look at some of the top picks of the fair, which runs through Sunday, October 16.


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