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Tickets for Frieze New York 2017 start at $10

Frieze New York returns from May 5–7, 2017. With more than 200 of the world's leading galleries, the fair showcases newly discovered talents together with the most iconic names in modern and contemporary art. Alongside innovative curated sections, visitors can also enjoy daily talks, specially commissioned artist projects and pop-ups of some of New York's most talked about restaurants, all in a bespoke structure overlooking the East River.

Ticket types include general admission and tickets with savings on Frieze Week - your essential guide to the fair - and frieze, the leading magazine on contemporary art and culture.

Aged 18-25?
Visit the fair on Friday for just $10. Limited offer.

Friday Late - Special Viewing
Aged 21 and over? Take advantage of our special package including entry from 6pm, transportation, a copy of Frieze Week magazine and a free Stella Artois Belgian Lager!

Getting to Randall's Island
Bus and ferry transportation tickets are available for purchase in addition to general admissions.

Take a Tour
Take an insider's look at the fair with a guided tour. Purchase a tour ticket in addition to your admission ticket - from $16.

All tickets are limited and often sell out, we recommend buying in advance. Booking fees apply. Please note all tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable. 

MoMA Offer
Present your ticket at the MoMA ticket desk to receive $5 off one adult admission ticket or $25 off membership. Offer valid May 5 – June 30, 2017. May not be combined with other offers.

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Main Image: Artifacts from Isamu Noguchi's studio, Long Island City, NY. Courtesy: The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum, New York; photography: Nicholas Calcott

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