Frieze New York

Randall’s Island Park

May 6–10, 2020

Program

Program

Explore gallery presentations in our curated sections - Frame, Spotlight and new for 2019, Diálogos highlighting Latin Art and a tribute to New York gallery Just Above Midtown. The full program at Frieze New York, includes exhibitions ‘Electric’ featuring virtual reality artworks and ‘The Doors of Perception’ focusing on Outsider Art; the Frieze Artist Awarda 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

 

Spotlight
Red Grooms, The Bus, 1995. Courtesy: the artist and Marlborough, London/New York

Marlborough, New York (24)

Spotlight

Leila Heller Gallery, New York (S27)

Spotlight
Mary Ann Unger, Untitled, 1978. Courtesy: Davidson Gallery, New York

Davidson Gallery, New York (S9)

Spotlight

Anglim Gilbert Gallery, San Francisco (S6)

Spotlight

Aicon Gallery, New York (S2)

Spotlight
Joan Brown, Homage to Akhenaton, 1983, Enamel on canvas, 182.5 × 304.5 cm, Courtesy: George Adams Gallery, New York

George Adams Gallery, New York (S12)

Spotlight
Greta Schödl, Untitled, c. 1970, Ink and gold leaf on found book paper, 68 × 87 cm. Courtesy: Richard Saltoun Gallery, London

Richard Saltoun Gallery, London (S7)

Spotlight
Riccardo Guarneri, due archi di luce, 1988. Courtesy: the artist and Rosenfeld Porchini, London

Rosenfeld Porcini, London (S8)

Spotlight
Katsumi Nakai, 44-170, 1972, acrylic/oil on plywood, 22 × 20 cm. Courtesy: Ronchini Gallery and The Katsumi Nakai Archive

Ronchini Gallery, London

Spotlight
Paul Nash, The Landscape Through the Window and Through the Looking Glass, 1945, Pencil and watercolour on paper, 40 × 57.5 cm. Courtesy: PIANO NOBILE, London

Piano Nobile, London (S22)

Spotlight
Susan Hefuna, Untitled, 1994, ink on paper, 13.5 × 20 cm. Courtesy: Pi Artworks, London

Pi Artworks, London (S10)

Spotlight
Tim Head, Fugitive Space 3, 1982, Hand-tinted photographic collage, 33 × 48 cm. Courtesy of Parafin, London

Parafin, London (S19)

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