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Frieze New York

Randall’s Island Park

May 2-5, 2019

Visitor Information

Introducing new collaborations with museum directors, new curated sections and special exhibitions, Frieze New York 2019 will bring together leading galleries from around the world, showcasing an extraordinary cross-section of work, from today’s most exciting emerging artists to seminal figures of the 20th century. This year, two new exhibitions explore virtual reality and the significance of self-taught artists, and two new sections celebrate Latin American art and New York’s pioneering gallery community. In addition, don’t miss talks and events with leading cultural figures, and pop-ups of the city’s most talked-about restaurants, all in a bespoke structure in Randall's Island Park.

Frieze is also launching this year a new public outdoor display featuring artworks by 14 international artists. Frieze Sculpture at Rockefeller Center is free to the public and will be open from April 25 to June 28, 2019.

2019 Fair Opening Days
Wednesday Preview, May 1 (invitation only). The fair closes at 7pm.
Thursday Preview, May 2, 11am-7pm
Thursday Private View, May 2, 4pm-7pm
Friday, May 3, 11am-7pm
Saturday, May 4, 11am-6pm
Sunday, May 5, 11am-6pm

Tickets
Tickets are now on sale and only available online in advance. Buy yours now.
If you're visiting with children, make sure you purchase childen tickets and read our helpful tips.

Booking Inquiries
SEE Tickets hotline +18445840653 (USA - toll free), +44 (0)871 230 3452 (UK - calls cost 13p/min standard network charges), +44 (0)115 896 3082 (International). Order tracker and live chat.

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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: Due to enhanced security procedures, large bags are not permitted onto the site. Only handbags and laptop bags are permitted into the fair 
(and strictly no backpacks, suitcases, folding bikes or scooters may enter the fair) –
 any bags larger than this must be checked into the coat check. Refusal to check a bag or large item, 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: All children need to present a Child Ticket at the door to gain entry to the fair. Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. For security reasons, children under the age of 12 will require a white wristband to enter the fair, which will be issued by the ticketing office. The parent’s/guardian’s name and their phone number should be written on the wristband.
  • No Animals: With the exception of trained Service Animals. 
  • Art work: No unauthorized art work may be brought into the fair. Please do not touch exhibited works. 
  • Photography: No use of tripods without permission from Frieze.
 No photography of artworks without the permission of the gallery.

  • CCTV & Recordings: 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. Visitors may be filmed or recorded for marketing, broadcast or security purposes during the fair - this includes, but is not limited to, CCTV footage.
  • Smoking: Smoking is not allowed in the fair or on Randall’s Island grounds.


Thank you for your cooperation and enjoy the fair! Buy your tickets now. 

Latest Frieze New York

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

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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

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

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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

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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

Preview solo and themed presentations by Nari Ward, Sarah Faux, William T. Williams, and Robert Indiana among many others