Top-tier International Programs and the Best Young Galleries

The world’s leading galleries provide geographical and historical range

Galleries across North America

Frieze New York will bring together top-tier international programs and growing participation from New York and West Coast galleries. Returning galleries include Acquavella Galleries, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, Gagosian, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, Marian Goodman Gallery, Hauser & Wirth, Matthew Marks Gallery, Skarstedt, Sprüth Magers and David Zwirner.

Alongside exciting young galleries such as Bridget Donahue, David Lewis and Simone Subal (all New York), newcomers from across North America include Essex Street, JTT (both New York) Château Shatto (Los Angeles) and Regards (Chicago).

Van Hanos, A Recent History of the United States, 2017. Oil on linen, 198 x 267 × 4cm, Courtesy: the artist and Château Shatto, Los Angeles

Flourishing Latin American presence

Strong representation from Central and South America also continues this year with returning galleries A Gentil Carioca (Rio de Janeiro), Mendes Wood DM (São Paulo), Galería Jaqueline Martins (São Paulo), Instituto de Visión (Bogotá) and Proyectos Ultravioleta (Guatemala City) alongside newcomers Luis Adelantado (Mexico City) and Galeria Nora Fisch (Buenos Aires), among many others.

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Darío Villalba, El enfermo, 1974. Aluminium sheet, methacrylate, canvas and photographic emulsion, 261 × 182 × 134cm. Courtesy: the artist and Luis Adelantado, Mexico City

Darío Villalba, El enfermo, 1974. Aluminium sheet, methacrylate, canvas and photographic emulsion, 261 × 182 × 134cm. Courtesy: the artist and Luis Adelantado, Mexico City

Leading international programs

Galleries from five continents and 30 countries will include international programs Massimo de Carlo (Milan) and Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac (Salzburg) as well as Goodman Gallery (Johannesburg) and The Modern Institute (Glasgow) who all return to the main section. New galleries meanwhile join from Hungary, Iran and Japan - with the first-time participation of Vintage Galéria (Budapest), Dastan’s Basement (Tehran) and Kaikai Kiki Gallery (Tokyo). 

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Vera Molnar, Tablotin 327 6, 1979. Ink on paper, 28 × 42cm. Courtesy: Vintage Galéria, Budapest

Vera Molnar, Tablotin 327 6, 1979. Ink on paper, 28 × 42cm. Courtesy: Vintage Galéria, Budapest

Art historical insight

Contextualizing contemporary practice, twentieth century presentations at the fair will include Galerie Daniel Blau’s (Munich) solo presentation of Andy Warhol’s works on paper, including key photographic sources for these drawings. Castelli Gallery (New York) returns with significant works by pioneering US artists Richard Artschwager, Roy Lichtenstein and Keith Sonnier, while The Mayor Gallery (London) presents a solo by François Morellet (1926-2016), French painter, sculptor, and light artist – following his survey exhibition at Dia:Chelsea and Dia:Beacon (New York). A group show at Michael Rosenfeld Gallery (New York) presents female artists experimenting in collage, including Hannelore Baron and Nancy Grossman, while Bernard Jacobson (London) presents pieces by Sam Francis, Robert Motherwell and Henri Matisse alongside new works by the likes of Pierre Soulages.

Roy Lichtenstein, Imperfect Sculpture, 1995. Stained cast iron and painted stainless steel plates, 78 × 88 × 13cm. Courtesy: Castelli Gallery

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