Frieze Fairs

‘Music’ excerpt from Lunch Poems by Frank O’Hara. Used by permission of City Lights Books. Photography: Clément Pascal

The fair returns to New York for 2018 next week – for discounts on prices and guarantee entry, buy now  

Pierre Huyghe, L'Expédition Scintillante, Act 2 (light show), 2002, installation view. Photograph: Marcus J. Leith. Collection Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León (MUSAC), Spain

Solo booths at Frieze New York 2018 see galleries showcase the most exciting and influential artists in the world today

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David Lewis speaking in New York City, 2018

Frieze Art Fair Video - 24 Apr 2018

Find out why David Lewis is dedicating his booth at Frieze New York 2018 to the work of Barbara Bloom

Loring Randolph. Portrait: Bobby Doherty. Courtesy: Bobby Doherty/Frieze

Loring Randolph explains how a decade’s experience as a gallerist in New York informs her vision for Frieze

Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, I See Red: Indian Hand, 1992. Mixed media on canvas, 183 x 183 cm. Courtesy: the artist and Garth Greenan Gallery, New York

Rocío Aranda-Alvarado anticipates an insightful grouping of American painters at Frieze New York 2018

Matthew Brannon in his studio, New York City, 2018

Frieze Art Fair Video - 20 Apr 2018

Matthew Brannon premieres five new works that explore the Vietnam War through meticulously constructed silkscreens at Frieze New York 2018

Creative Time’s Elvira Dyangani Ose looks forward to the work of Kemang Wa Lehuere at Frieze New York

Jordan Nassar embroidering in his studio, New York City, 2018

Frieze Art Fair Video - 20 Apr 2018

Jordan Nassar describes how his presentation in Frame at Frieze New York 2018 unites craft and national consciousness

Mira Schor in her studio, New York City, 2018

Frieze Art Fair Video - 19 Apr 2018

Mira Schor explains the relevance of her Frieze New York 2018 presentation, ‘Unseen Dick Paintings: 1988-91’

Rosemary Laing, Rose of Australia, 2017. Archival pigment print, 100 x 200 cm. Courtesy: Galerie Lelong & Co., New York © Rosemary Laing

Brooklyn Museum’s Catherine Morris discusses two galleries’ approaches to social issues at Frieze New York

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