Frieze Rents Out Long-Term Gallery Space in Mayfair LondonGoing against the tide for art fairs.
Despite in-person art fairs being largely affected by the coronavirus pandemic this year, contemporary art magazine and art fair organizer Frieze has nonetheless decided to go against the tide, now renting out a long-term gallery space in Mayfair, London.
The new location is based on Cork Street, Mayfair, where the company had previously hosted Frieze Live back in October. It’ll span across two properties — 9a and 9b — measuring 2,135 square feet and 4,324 square feet, and will be used “to create a space for ambitious exhibition projects,” according to a statement to Art Net.
Cork Street has also already been home to numerous Frieze Week pop-ups, including from Lisson, Sadie Coles HQ and Stephen Friedman, which have now extended their leases for one more year.
Frieze says that more information will be released regarding the space in the coming months, so art enthusiasts should definitely be on the lookout for more updates to come.
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