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Installation view of Rodrigo Hernández, 'Every forest madly in love with the moon has a highway that crosses it from one side to the other', at kurimanzutto, Mexico City, 2016. Courtesy: kurimanzutto, Mexico City. Photograph: © Diego Pérez

The 2016 recipients wanted to recognize ‘the migratory crisis unfolding throughout the world’

Projects
Samson Young, Frieze Projects at Frieze London 2016. Photo by Lewis Ronald

Escape into a ‘multimedia walk’ through the fair, immersed in a fictional world of sound

UNITED BROTHERS, Live at Frieze London 2014

Selected highlights from past iteraitons of Live, which launches at Frieze New York 2018

Gallery applications for Frieze New York 2018 are now open

Detail of contact sheet showing Robert Rauschenberg and Brice Marden silkscreening in the chapel of 381 Lafayette Street, New York, 1968. Photography attributed to Mel Bochner Courtesy: Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, New York

Wayne Koestenbaum responds to a little-seen record of Robert Rauschenberg at work

Leo Xu Projects in Frame at Frieze New York 2017. Courtesy: Mark Blower/Frieze

Highlights from the 2017 edition of Frieze New York

Frieze New York, Randall's Island, New York, on Preview day 2017

The sixth edition of Frieze New York launched new initiatives, driving exceptional sales and record collector and museum attendance

#SAVEtheNEA

Help support Americans for the Arts Action Fund

Cecilia Alemani, Curator of Frieze Projects New York, listening to Frieze Sounds commissions in the BMW 7 Series shuttle service at Frieze New York. Photograph: Graham Carlow Photography.

Cecilia Alemani talks about curating at Frieze and at the Venice Biennale

Courtesy: Dora Budor/Frieze

Characters. Impersonations. Rumours.

Frieze New York 2017 is now closed. The fair will return in May 2018

Family bedroom at Spring Street, New York City, 1970. Photograph: Donald Judd. Courtesy: © Judd Foundation

Although their activities and missions are multiple, the foundations dedicated to New York’s artists all keep their founders’ visions alive