Frieze New York

Randall's Island Park

May 5 – 7, 2017

Program

Program

The non-profit program at Frieze New York comprises Frieze Projects, a program of site-specific artist commissions; Frieze Talks, a series of panel discussions and lectures; and Frieze Education, a year-round program of exploration for young New Yorkers. Explore past programs here

 

Projects

This year’s tribute is dedicated to Galleria La Tartaruga in Rome

Projects
Dora Budor, Allergic to the 20th Century, 2015. Archival inkjet print in artist frame. Dimensions: 41 x 28 x  1 ½ inches. Photography in collaboration with Robert Kulisek. Courtesy the artist and New Galerie

The artist will use cinematic doubling to question perception and reality

Projects
Elaine Cameron-Weir, task-dependent conditional displays of camouflage dominated by high-copy repetitive sequences, told to, 2016. Stainless steel, onyx, laboratory hardware, sterling silver, liquid candles, mica, frankincense, sand, mortar and pestle. Overall dimensions of desk: 30 x 80 x 43 inches (76.2 x 203.2 x 109.2 cm). Photographer: Timothy Doyon. Courtesy Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York

Outside the fair, the artist will build a military-style bunker

Projects
Jon Rafman, Dream Journal, 2017, Single Channel Video. Courtesy of the Artist 

The artist will transform a gallery booth into a secret movie theater

Education
Frieze Teens visit 'Kerry James Marshall' at the MET Breuer, 2016

A year-round program of exploration

Latest Frieze New York

Frieze Teens visit 'Kerry James Marshall' at the MET Breuer, 2016

Frieze Education 2017 gives young New Yorkers inspiration for future careers in art 

From cherished objects to trusted tools, Frieze explores the material lives of some of New York’s most significant 20th-century artists

Returning May 5-7, 2017 with a Preview on Thursday, May 4