Frieze shared today a first look at the upcoming edition of Frieze New York, running from May 1st–5th, 2024 at The Shed.
The fair will offer a snapshot of the world’s leading contemporary art galleries, including over 60 participants spanning 25 countries, and showcase a crosssection of the most sought-after names in contemporary art today. Frieze New York will also celebrate the strength of the city as a cultural capital and leader of the international art market, with activations that include collaborative projects with some of the city’s beloved non-profit arts organizations.
‘In a city home to an array of outstanding art institutions, galleries and artists, Frieze is pleased to bring together, in a single venue, a host of exhibitors who together represent the finest in contemporary art. Frieze New York will combine a global perspective with a showcase of the city’s exceptional galleries while recognizing non-profit organizations that enrich the diverse arts communities of New York.’Christine Messineo, Director of Americas, Frieze,
MAJOR GLOBAL EXHIBITORS
Frieze New York animates an unmissable moment in the global art world calendar. In keeping with the
fair’s track record, the 2024 lineup features strong representation from New York-based exhibitors, with
more than half of this year’s participants operating a space in the city. Notable galleries showcasing the
best of the New York arts landscape will take part in the fair: 303 Gallery, Miguel Abreu Gallery, Tanya
Bonakdar Gallery, Canada, Chapter NY, James Cohan, Gagosian, Gladstone, Alexander Gray
Associates, Hauser & Wirth, Casey Kaplan, Karma, Anton Kern, Andrew Kreps Gallery, Matthew
Marks Gallery, Ortuzar Projects, Pace Gallery and David Zwirner.
Highly regarded international galleries that will showcase a diverse range of artistic perspectives include
Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel, Xavier Hufkens, Gallery Hyundai, Kurimanzutto, Massimodecarlo, Victoria
Miro, Silverlens, Sprüth Magers and Stevenson.
FOCUS, A PLATFORM FOR YOUNG GALLERIES
Frieze’s celebrated section for young galleries features eleven exhibitors each showing solo presentations by emerging or under-appreciated artists. Overseen for the first-time by Lumi Tan (Curator, Writer and Curatorial Director, Luna Luna), the section features four new participants – Central Galeria, Kapp Kapp, Madragoa and Patron – showing alongside Matthew Brown, Capsule Shanghai, Company Gallery, Cooper Cole, Gordon Robichaux, Mitre Galeria and Tif Sigfrids. Focus is sponsored by Stone Island. The brand’s subsidy of the section, in addition to Frieze’s existing support, enables galleries to participate in the fair and ensures that Focus remains a place to discover new talent. Lumi Tan, (Curator, Writer and Curatorial Director, Luna Luna) said: ‘This year’s Focus section promotes
an expanded definition of discovery that extends beyond age or exposure. In this truly intergenerational
group of artists, audiences will recognize innovators who have long represented stories and perspectives
overlooked by dominant culture. It’s a thrilling opportunity to bring those who have been steadfast in
their position for decades together with younger artists who share throughlines in their artistic and
Frieze Week New York
Throughout Frieze Week, an expansive program of special events and activities will take place across New York art spaces, including the opening of major institutional exhibitions: Petrit Halilaj’s Roof Garden
Commission at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Arlene Shechet: Girl Group at Storm King Art Center
and Mika Tajima: Super Natural at the Hill Art Foundation. Frieze New York further coincides with the
run of several landmark shows, including the 81st installment of the Whitney Biennial, Hiroshige’s 100
Famous Views of Edo (feat. Takashi Murakami) at the Brooklyn Museum, The Harlem Renaissance and
Transatlantic Modernism at the Met, Joan Jonas: Good Night Good Morning at MoMA and Pacita Abad at
Limited early-bird tickets to Frieze New York 2024 will be released on February 16 at frieze.com