Each Autumn the Frieze Art Fair exhibits works from 1000 living artists represented by contemporary art galleries around the world.
The fair’s program also includes talks, film projects and architectural installations.
This year the fair was bigger than ever. The fair was hosted in a 2000 sqm purpose built temporary pavilion in Regents Park by London architects Carmondy Groark.
The intervention consists of a series of interlinked, translucent pavilions housing hospitality spaces for both VIPs and the general public, along with large exhibition tents that take the form of timber lined spaces surrounding existing trees in the park.
The intervention perfectly balances architectural expression that is sensitive to its context with the requirements of a large scale art exhibition. Images via Dezeen.