10 Works That Sold at This Year’s Frieze London

After a hiatus in 2020 because of the pandemic, Frieze London, along with its counterpart Frieze Masters, opened its 2021 edition on Wednesday, and several top dealers reported strong sales. For this edition, which runs until October, the fair has lined up 276 galleries from 39 countries. Though international travel restrictions may have prevented the […]

10 Works That Sold at This Year’s Frieze London

After a hiatus in 2020 because of the pandemic, Frieze London, along with its counterpart Frieze Masters, opened its 2021 edition on Wednesday, and several top dealers reported strong sales. For this edition, which runs until October, the fair has lined up 276 galleries from 39 countries. Though international travel restrictions may have prevented the usual large crowds that descend on the British capital for the fair, several dealers told ARTnews that a number of top collectors from around the world—not just Europe but also Asia and the United States—had made the journey and were looking to make purchases.

Below a look at what has sold on the first two days of Frieze London.