Frieze New York

A solo presentation of work by Arthur Jafa on the stand of Gavin Brown's Enterprise, Frieze New York 2018. Photo: Mark Blower. Courtesy: Mark Blower/Frieze

The second Preview day offers exclusive first public access to fallen angels, Pullitzer-winners - and a ‘Shady’ sculpture

Hudson in New York in 2005 © Judy Linn. Via Financial Times

New curated sections, pioneering performance art, Black activism: key themes from next week’s fair selected by the Financial Times

Adam Pendleton, Black Dada Flag (Black Lives Matter), 2018. Commissioned by Frieze. Installation view at Randall's Island Park, New York

The fair Preview opens, and major works by Anselm Kiefer and Jordan Wolfson are premiered across the city

Adam Pendleton, Black Dada Flag (Black Lives Matter), 2018, installation view at Frieze New York 2018

Black Dada Flag (Black Lives Matter) is raised over Randall’s Island Park ahead of Frieze New York 2018

Detail of illustration by Jan Buchczik

The sunshine beckons to this much-loved landmark, but it’s not just the High Line itself that’s worthy of a visit

By Alex Waxman
Matthew Brannon, Concerning Vietnam: Oval Office, May 1963, 2018, silkscreen & hand-painted elements on paper, 1.2 x 1.7 m. Courtesy: the artist and Casey Kaplan, New York. Photo: Jason Wyche

The day before the fair preview sees gallery openings: and an artist’s tequila bar arrives in Chelsea

Detail of illustration by Jan Buchczik

From a Pre-Frieze Breakfast in Brooklyn to the Met Breuer Basement: where to eat by the city’s best art

By Fanny Singer
Adrian Piper, Everything #2.8. 2003, photocopied photograph on graph paper, sanded with sandpaper, overprinted with inkjet text, 21.6 x 27.9 cm. Private Collection. © Adrian Piper Research Archive Foundation, Berlin

From ‘Grant Wood fever’ to Adrian Piper’s homecoming at MoMA

Richard Prince, 18 & Stormy (2018), Offset poster, 84 x 67 cm. Courtesy: the artist and Downtown 4 Democracy

Starting at $100, new editions by Paul Chan, Rashid Johnson and Richard Prince launch at the fair to raise funds for the cultural PAC

Huma Bhabha, ‘The Roof Garden Commission: Huma Bhabha, We Come in Peace’, installation view atThe Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2018. Courtesy: the artist and Salon 94 © Huma Bhabha. Image: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, photograph by Hyla Skopitz

Begin an unmissable week with cultural highlights across the city

Illustration from the Art Passport, free and available to all young people for the duration of Frieze New York 2018

The Frieze Education-produced guide asks questions to prompt younger visitors’ critical engagement with artworks

Detail of illustration by Jan Buchczik

The Met’s Self-Styled ‘Museum Mammy’, Kimberly Drew reveals her top five

By Kimberly Drew

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