This year, Frieze London brings 152 of the world’s leading contemporary art galleries to the UK. The 11th edition of Frieze London takes place in London’s Regent’s Park from 17–20 October 2013. 

ArtworldNow's contributor Gloria Wiley selects highlights:

Jeff Koons, Sacred heart (Blue/magenta), 1994-2007
        High chromium stainless steel with transparent colour coating. 356.9 x 218.4 x 120.9 cm              
© Jeff Koons. Gagosian Gallery at Frieze London 2013, Booth C11


Meschac Gaba, For Voyages, 2012
        Flags into bundles, wooden canes and wooden pallets              
Stevenson Gallery at Frieze London 2013, Booth F16

Meschac Gaba, Le Monde en Miniature et la Mode en Miniature, 2008
           Cardboard figures, mannequins, children's clothing. Dimensions variable            
Stevenson Gallery at Frieze London 2013, Booth F16

Foreground: Rob Pruitt,, Safety Cones (after Richard Serra), 2013
        23 sculptures. Dimensions variable.             
Background: Alex Katz, Two buildings, 2002. Oil on linen. 304.8 x 243.8 cm and Alex Katz, West 2, 1988, oil on linen 243.8 x 487.7 cm.  Gavin Brown's Enterprise at Frieze London 2013, Booth C6

Yeesookyung, Translated Vase, 2012
       24k gold leaf, ceramic shards, aluminium, epoxy, 126 x 85 x 78 cm.              
Kukje Gallery, Seoul / Tima Kim Gallery, New York. Frieze London 2013, Booth H2

Barbara Kruger, Untitled (endless war/ You will live forever), 2006
       Photographic silkscreen on vinyl. 262 x 432 cm.              
ΓΌth Magers, Berlin at Frieze London 2013, Booth F4