Frieze New York

Randall's Island Park

May 2019

Program

Program

Explore galleries presentations in our curated sections - Live, For Your Infotainment - Hudson and Feature Inc.Frame and Spotlight - as well as the non-profit program at Frieze New York, comprising the Frieze Artist Award a major new commissioning platform supported by the Luma Foundation, 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

 

Live
Lara Schnitger, Suffragette City (Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, USA), 2016 Courtesy the artist, Anton Kern Gallery, New York. Photo: Joshua White Photography

Anton Kern Gallery

Live

Jack Shainman Gallery

Talks

The program takes a literary turn with a focus on some of today’s most searching writers

Frieze Artist Award

A major opportunity for an emerging artist to realize a site-specific work, curated by Adrienne Edwards

Frame

VI, VII, Oslo (FR8)

Frame

Bank, Shanghai (FR19)

Frame
Van Hanos, A Continuing and Timeless Mirror of Ourselves, 2017. Courtesy: the artist and Château Shatto, Los Angeles

Château Shatto, Los Angeles (FR9)

Frame

Cooper Cole, Toronto (FR4)

Frame
Tiril Hasselknippe, Radio Tower, 2017 (detail). Courtesy:DREI, Cologne 

Drei, Cologne (FR5)

Frame
Mark Van Yetter, oh knife, 2017 Courtesy: the artist and Bridget Donahue, New York

Bridget Donahue, New York (FR13)

Frame
Jordan Nassar, Silence is Sold by the Pound, 2017. Courtesy: Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles

Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles, (FR18)

Frame

Empty Gallery, Hong Kong (FR14)

Latest Frieze New York

Visitor with installtion of works by Billy Beckley presented by albertz benda, New York, in Spotlight at Frieze New York 2018. Photo: Mark Blower. Courtesy: Mark Blower/Frieze

Innovations make the seventh edition ‘fresher than it’s ever been’

Multipage
Kapwani Kiwanga with Shady (2018), her commission for the Frieze Artist Award at Frieze New York 2018, supported by Luma Foundation. Photo: Mark Blower. Courtesy: Mark Blower/Frieze

As her commission for the first Frieze Artist Award in New York is unveiled, Kapwani Kiwanga speaks to curator Adrienne Edwards

Brooklyn Museum curators, Brooklyn Museum Director Anne Pasternak and PepsiCo’s Olga Osminkina with the LIFEWTR Fund acquisition at Weiss Berlin Gallery, Frieze New York 2018. Photo: Fernando Villela. Courtesy: Frieze Fairs

Acquired via the LIFEWTR Fund at Frieze New York, the work will appear in the acclaimed touring survey’s NYC iteration this September

Frame section at Frieze New York 2018. Photo: Mark Blower. Courtesy: Mark Blower/Frieze

The fair returns to New York in 2019

Nathalie du Pasquier, Trapezio, 2017 Silkscreen print on Colourplan, 50 x 50 cm, edition of 50 Signed and Numbered

Linda Yablonsky selects her favourites artists’ editions available at the fair

Visitors to Perrotin booth at Frieze New York 2018. Photo: Mark Blower. Courtesy: Mark Blower/Frieze

Tickets for Saturday, May 5 have now sold out

Tracey Emin, Xavier Hufkens

View highlights from the seventh edition of Frieze New York

Visitors arrive at Frieze New York 2018. Photo: Mark Blower. Courtesy: Mark Blower/Frieze

Talks, sound works, processions and the twentieth century masterpieces - start the weekend at Frieze

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

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