Exclusive artists editions launch at the fair

Non-profits present collectible works by leading international artists — with a discount for ticket buyers

Taking part in Frieze New York for the first time, Allied Editions is a collective of non-profit institutions offering visitors the opportunity to purchase affordable artworks by prominent artists.

New editions will launch exclusively at the Allied Editions stand at Frieze New York, with works will be available from as little as $120. Additionally, fair ticket buyers will receive 5% off selected editions bought onsite.

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Allied Editions stand at Frieze London, 2016. Photo: Linda Nylind. Courtesy: Linda Nylind/Frieze

Allied Editions stand at Frieze London, 2016. Photo: Linda Nylind. Courtesy: Linda Nylind/Frieze

For Frieze New York 2018, London-based non-profits Camden Art Centre, ICA, Whitechapel Gallery and Studio Voltaire to present specially commissioned works by international artists in collaboration with esteemed New York-based institutions Artists Space, CCS Bard, Triple Canopy and SculptureCenter

Allied Editions has been a active presence at previous editions of Frieze London. You can read what cultural figures - including JiaJia Fei, Robert Sheffield, Roskanda Illincic and Russell Tovey - chose among their higlights from past iterations of Allied Editions here and here.

All proceeds directly support the organizations’ exhibition and education programs.

Allied Editions joins returning New York non-profit White Columns, whose Director and Chief Curator, Matthew Higgs, leads the fair’s first feature section: For Your Infotainment / Hudson and Feature Inc.

Tickets for Frieze New York 2018 are available here.

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