Frieze New York

Randall's Island Park

May 3–6, 2018

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

 

Frieze Artist Award
Kapwani Kiwanga, 2016. Photo: Bertille Chérot

The Paris-based artist will realize an open-air installation, exploring freedom of movement and architectures of exclusion

Talks

Saturday, May 5, 12pm

Live
Renée Green, Space Poem #5 (Years & Afters) (2015). Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Nagel Draxler

Galerie Nagel Draxler

Live
Alfredo Jaar, Teach Us to Outgrow Our Madness, 2014. Public intervention. Courtesy the artist

Galerie Lelong & Co./Goodman Gallery

Live
Dave McKenzie, Furtive Movements, 2018 (in-progress preparatory sketch). Courtesy of the artist

Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects

Live
Adam Pendleton, Black Dada Flag (Black Lives Matter), 2015–2018. Dimensions variable. Digital print on polyester. Courtesy of the artist

Pace

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

Latest Frieze New York

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

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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

Kemang Wa Lehulere, Matric 2015, 2018. Salvaged school desks (wood), piano hammers, shoelaces, glass bottles, sand, paper, ribbon. Dimensions variable. Courtesy: the artist and Stevenson, Cape Town

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

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

Virginia Jaramillo with the work selected for the Frieze Brooklyn Museum Fund, Untitled (1971)

The LIFEWTR Fund will support the acquisition of a significant work for the Brooklyn Museum

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

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

Frieze New York 2018 Restaurants

Visit pop-ups of New York's most talked-about restaurants at the fair

Tom of Finland, Untitled (Preparatory Drawing), 1989. Graphite on paper, 21 x 30cm. Courtesy of David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles

The Matthew Higgs-curated section sees galleries pay homage to a colleague who championed the uncategorizable

Kapwani Kiwanga, 2016. Photo: Bertille Chérot

The artist is recipient of the fair’s inaugural Frieze Artist Award, supported by Luma Foundation 

‘An exciting new dimension’ to the city’s cultural scene premieres February 2019

Hank Willis Thomas, Pledge (detail), 2018. Screenprint on retroreflective vinyl, mounted on Dibond, 192 x 246cm. Courtesy: the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York

Renée Green, Alfredo Jaar, Lara Schnitger and Hank Willis Thomas explore protest and collectivity in Frieze New York’s new Live section