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Frieze New York

Randall’s Island Park

May 2-5, 2019

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 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

 

Focus
Charles Mayton, Some Paltry Expressions, 2016. Courtesy: the artist and David Lewis, New York

Supporting and Showcasing today’s Most Exciting Young Spaces

Spotlight
László Lakner, Exit, New York, 1982. Courtesy: Trapéz

20th-Century Pioneers, from Alex Katz and Elvira Bach to Paul Nash and more

Frame
Diedrick Brackens, the cup is a cloud, 2018, Woven acrylic and cotton yarn, 187.5 ×  × 198 cm, Courtesy of Diedrick Brackens

Solo artist projects by galleries aged 10 years or younger from across the world

Talks

Talks are free to attend and take place in the Talks Lounge

Electric
Anish Kapoor, still from ​Into Yourself, Fall​, 2018. Courtesy of Anish Kapoor and Acute Art

Showcasing VR and AR artworks by Anish Kapoor, Rachel Rossin and Koo Jeong A, among others

JAM
Howardena Pindell, Video Drawings: Hockey, 1975, Chromogenic print , 20.3 x 25.4 cm. Courtesy: Garth Greenan Gallery, New York

Garth Greenan Gallery, New York (JAM2)

Diálogos
Marta Chilindron, Star, 2019, Acrylic and hinges, Dimensions Variable, Courtesy of Cecilia de Torres, Ltd.

A themed section focusing on art by contemporary Latinx and Latin American artists

JAM
Ming Smith, Red Hot Jazz Europe, 1982. Courtesy: Jenkins Johnson Gallery, New York

Gallery-led tributes to Linda Goode Bryant's pioneering New York arts organization

Frieze Artist Award

The 2019 winner will create an architectural intervention for Frieze New York

Latest Frieze New York

Anish Kapoor, still from ​Into Yourself, Fall​, 2018. Courtesy of Anish Kapoor and Acute Art

Sponsored Content - 17 Apr 2019

Featuring artists including Anish Kapoor, Rachel Rossin and Koo Jeong A, a new VR exhibition at the fair is realized in partnership with LIFEWTR, marking the launch of its new series Art through Technology

Talks are free and available on a first-come, first-served basis Friday - Sunday in the Talks Lounge

Marta Chilindron, Star, 2019, Acrylic and hinges, Dimensions Variable, Courtesy of Cecilia de Torres, Ltd.

Frieze New York will debut a themed section featuring solo presentations by Marta Chilindron, Ken Gonzales-Day, Ana Mendieta and Chemi Rosado-Seijo among others

Ming Smith, Red Hot Jazz Europe, 1982. Courtesy: Jenkins Johnson Gallery, New York

Featuring solo shows by Lorna Simpson, Dawoud Bey, Senga Nengudi and Howardena Pindell at Frieze New York 2019

Printed Matter, SculptureCenter and Skowhegan join Camden Arts Centre, Studio Voltaire, Whitechapel Gallery and Serpentine Galleries

Joseph Yoakum, Mt. Gilbert of Appalachian Mtn. Range Polkazinn Pennsylvania, Jan 29, 1965. Pencil, Pen, Colored Pencil on Paper, 12 x 18 inches. Courtesy Carl Hammer Gallery

Frieze and the Outsider Art Fair present “The Doors of Perception” curated by artist Javier Téllez

Pedro Reyes, Seer, 2018. © Pedro Reyes. Courtesy Lisson Gallery, London
 

Major new public art initiative at Rockefeller Center to feature Paulo Nazareth, Sarah Sze, Hank Willis Thomas and many more

Join us for the eighth edition of Frieze New York at Randall’s Island Park

The Los Angeles-based artist will realize a major new commission, supported by Luma Foundation, at Frieze New York 2019

László Lakner, Exit, New York, 1982. Courtesy: Trapéz

From Alex Katz to Elvira Bach to Paul Nash, read about highlights from the fair's section for 20th-century pioneers

Scott Myles

International artists including Martin Roth, Paulo Bruscky and Kapwani Kiwanga respond to Ray Johnson's “New York Correspondence School”

Diedrick Brackens, the cup is a cloud, 2018, Woven acrylic and cotton yarn, 187.5 ×  × 198 cm, Courtesy of Diedrick Brackens

Explore highlights from Frieze New York's section for solo projects by galleries aged 10 years or younger