Frieze New York

Randall's Island Park

May 2018

Visitor Information

Frieze New York 2017 brings together the world’s leading modern and contemporary art galleries, innovative curated sections, a celebrated series of talks, site-specific artist commissions and the city’s most talked about restaurants, all in a bespoke structure overlooking the East River in Randall's Island Park.

2017 Opening Days
Thursday, May 4: Invitation-only Preview
Friday, May 5: 11am-6pm
Saturday, May 6: 11am-7pm
Sunday, May 7: 11am-6pm

Accessibility
The fair is fully accessible to people with reduced mobility.

Rules for Visitors
For the reason of safety and security, entry to Frieze New York is subject to the following conditions: 

Searches: The organizers reserve the right to search all ticket holders and their belongings at the point of entry and exit. Refusal to submit to a search at the point of entry will result in the ticket holder being refused entry. 
Bags: Only handbags and laptop bags are permitted into the fair 
(and strictly no backpacks or suitcases may enter the fair) –
 any bags larger than this must be checked into the coat check. Refusal to check a bag, when requested, will result in the ticket holder being refused entry. The coat check closes 30 mins after the fair closes. Items left are at the owners’ risk. 
Children: Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. As a safety precaution, all children aged 12 and under must pick up a wristband at the ticket office to gain entry to the fair. Ticket price applies to anyone aged 13 years and over. Please keep your children close to you at all times. 
No Animals: With the exception of trained Service Animals. 
Photography: No use of tripods without permission from Frieze.
 No photography of artworks without the permission of the gallery.

Art work: No unauthorized art work may be brought into the fair. Please do not touch exhibited works. 
CCTV: CCTV is in operation throughout the fair. Images may be recorded, retained and reproduced at the discretion of the organizers, 
and may be used in the realization of art works.
Smoking: Smoking is not allowed in the fair or on Randall’s Island grounds.

Thank you for your cooperation! Enjoy the fair. 

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