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Frieze New York 2016 - More than 200 International Galleries at the Fifth Edition of the Fair

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April 17, 2016

The fifth edition of Frieze New York returns to Randall’s Island Park, Manhattan this May! In a bespoke structure designed for the experience of art, more than 200 international galleries will bring together the world’s most exciting emerging and established contemporary artists. Victoria Siddall will be directing Frieze New York for the first time (Victoria had previously directed Frieze Masters and she has now taken the reigns of all 3 Frieze Fairs) assisted by Artistic Directors Joanna Stella Sawicka and Abby Bangser as well a very strong team of international curators. Unrivaled in curated content, quality and range, Frieze New York will create an immersive cultural experience overlooking the East River. This year, the fair will host 204 galleries spread throughout the different sections and non-profit projects: Main section, Focus, Frame, Spotlight, Frieze Projects.

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Alex Da Corte – 1000 Island, 2013, Installation View Joe Sheftel Gallery New York, Courtesy of Joe Sheftel Gallery and the artist

Frieze New York 2016 Highlights

Main Section includes 131 galleries from the blue chip galleries to the most established galleries from around the globe. Some of the highlights: Alexander Gray Associates (New York) will bring artist Melvin Edwards; Taro Nasu (Tokyo) will present a solo show by Simon Fujiwara – in 2010 he was a Frieze Artist Award winner; Art: Concept (Paris) will make visitors of the fair play with a game made by artist Jean-Michel Sanejouand in the 60’s/70’s called Jeu de Topo. And Corbett vs. Dempsey (Chicago) and Thomas Dane Gallery (London) combined booth will focus on the notion of eccentric figuration, with paintings, drawings, collages, and sculptural works by Hurvin Anderson, Margot Bergman, Cecily Brown, Arturo Herrera, Ella Kruglyanskaya among others.

Focus is on the curated section made of the most forward-thinking galleries founded after 2003 (32 galleries); highlights include sculptures by Marina Pinsky alongside Eduardo Paolozzi prints at Clearing Gallery (Brooskly, USA). Marina is also currently on show at Kunsthalle Basel until April 2016 and Eduardo at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park until June 2016. Pia Camil will be at Instituto De Vision’s booth, she is currently having a great and successful show at the New Museum and another one at MOCA Detroit. Limoncello (London) will show prints by artist Tomas Downes and sculptures by Jesse Wine also currently on show at British Art Show 8. And gallery hunt chastener (Prague) will have a solo booth of Deutsche Bank artist of tGenrehe year Basim Magdy. Finally, be sure not to miss booths of Acquavella Galleries, Boers-Li Gallery, Contemporary Fine Arts, Gagosian, Hauser & Wirth, Taka Ishii Gallery, David Kordansky Gallery, Tomio Koyama Gallery, Kukje Gallery, Lehmann Maupin, Dominique Levy Gallery, Pace, Maureen Paley, Peres Projects, Galerie Perrotin, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, White Cube, David Zwirner, Clearing, Take Ninagawa, and many others.

GALLERYCITY
303 GalleryNew York
80m2 Livia BenavidesLima
A Gentil CariocaRio de Janeiro
Acquavella GalleriesNew York
Aicon GalleryMultiple Locations
Alexander Gray AssociatesNew York
Alfonso ArtiacoNaples
Almine Rech GalleryMultiple Locations
Altman SiegelSan Francisco
Andrea Rosen GalleryNew York
Andrew Kreps GalleryNew York
Anglim Gilbert GallerySan Francisco
Antenna SpaceShanghai
Anton Kern GalleryNew York
Art: ConceptParis
Baró Multiple Locations
blankCape Town
Blum & PoeMultiple Locations
Boers-Li GalleryBeijing
Broadway 1602 Uptown & HarlemMultiple Locations
BuchholzMultiple Locations
C L E A R I N GMultiple Locations
CanadaNew York
Carl Freedman GalleryLondon
Casa TriânguloSao Paulo
Casas RiegnerBogotá
Casey KaplanNew York
Cheim & ReadNew York
Chi-Wen GalleryTaipei
Christian AndersenCopenhagen
Clifton BeneventoNew York
Contemporary Fine ArtsBerlin
Corbett vs. DempseyChicago
Craig F. Starr GalleryNew York
CRG GalleryNew York
David Kordansky GalleryLos Angeles
David LewisNew York
David Nolan GalleryNew York
David ZwirnerMultiple Locations
dépendanceBrussels
Derek Eller GalleryNew York
Dominique Lévy GalleryMultiple Locations
Eli Ping Frances PerkinsNew York
Elizabeth DeeNew York
espaivisorValencia
Esther Schipper / Johnen GalerieMultiple Locations
Fergus McCaffreyMultiple Locations
Feuer/MeslerNew York
Foksal Gallery FoundationWarsaw
Foxy ProductionNew York
Franklin Parrasch GalleryMultiple Locations
Fredericks & FreiserNew York
Freedman FitzpatrickLos Angeles
Frith Street GalleryMultiple Locations
FruttaRome
Gagosian GalleryMultiple Locations
Galería Elba BenítezMadrid
Galeria Fortes VilaçaMultiple Locations
Galeria Jaqueline MartinsSão Paulo
Galería Juana de AizpuruMadrid
Galeria Nara RoeslerMultiple Locations
Galeria Raquel ArnaudSão Paulo
Galerie Barbara ThummBerlin
Galerie Chantal CrouselParis
Galerie Eigen + ArtMultiple Locations
Galerie Frank ElbazParis
Galerie Gisela CapitainCologne
Galerie Greta MeertBrussels
Galerie Hervé BizeNancy
Galerie Jocelyn WolffParis
Galerie Kamel MennourMultiple Locations
Galerie LelongMultiple Locations
Galerie Max HetzlerMultiple Locations
Galerie Nathalie ObadiaMultiple Locations
Galerie PerrotinMultiple Locations
Galerie Peter KilchmannZurich
Galerie Thaddaeus RopacMultiple Locations
Galerija Gregor PodnarBerlin
Galleri Magnus KarlssonStockholm
Galleri Nicolai WallnerCopenhagen
Galleria ContinuaMultiple Locations
Galleria Lorcan O’NeillRome
Galleria Raffaella CorteseMilan
Gallery HyundaiSeoul
Gallery Isabelle van den EyndeDubai
Gallery LuisottiSanta Monica
Garth Greenan GalleryNew York
Gavin Brown's EnterpriseNew York
Goodman GalleryMultiple Locations
GrimmAmsterdam
HalesLondon
Hannah Hoffman GalleryLos Angeles
Hauser & WirthMultiple Locations
Henrique FariaNew York
Herald StMultiple Locations
High ArtParis
hunt kastnerPrague
Ibid.Multiple Locations
Instituto De VisionBogotá
Ivan GalleryBucharest
Jack Shainman GalleryMultiple Locations
James Cohan GalleryMultiple Locations
James FuentesNew York
Jan KapsCologne
Jeanine HoflandAmsterdam
Jhaveri ContemporaryMumbai
Josh LilleyLondon
KarmaMultiple Locations
Kate MacGarryLondon
Kate Werble GalleryNew York
Kerlin GalleryDublin
König GalerieMultiple Locations
Kraupa-Tuskany ZeidlerBerlin
Kukje GallerySeoul
Le Guern GalleryWarsaw
Lehmann MaupinMultiple Locations
Leo Xu ProjectsShanghai
Lisa CooleyNew York
Lisson GalleryMultiple Locations
lokal_30Warsaw
MaisterravalbuenaMadrid
Marc Foxx GalleryLos Angeles
Marian Goodman GalleryMultiple Locations
Marianne Boesky GalleryMultiple Locations
Martos GalleryNew York
Massimo De CarloMultiple Locations
Mathew GalleryMultiple Locations
Matthew Marks GalleryMultiple Locations
Maureen PaleyLondon
Meessen De ClercqBrussels
Meessen De ClercqBrussels
Mendes Wood DMSao Paulo
Miguel Abreu GalleryMultiple Locations
Misako & RosenTokyo
Mitchell-Innes & NashMultiple Locations
mor charpentierParis
MOT InternationalMultiple Locations
Múrias CentenoMultiple Locations
Nature MorteNew Delhi
Night ClubChicago
Night GalleryLos Angeles
Overduin & Co.Los Angeles
P.P.O.WNew York
P420Bologna
PaceMultiple Locations
ParafinLondon
Paul Kasmin GalleryMultiple Locations
Peres ProjectsBerlin
Peter Blum GalleryNew York
Pilar Corrias GalleryLondon
Pippy Houldsworth GalleryLondon
Project 88Mumbai
Queens MuseumQueens
Queens MuseumQueens
Rachel Uffner GalleryNew York
RampaIstanbul
Ratio 3San Francisco
RegardsChicago
Richard SaltounLondon
Rodolphe JanssenBrussels
RxArtNew York
Salon 94Multiple Locations
Sean Kelly GalleryNew York
SeventeenLondon
Sfeir-SemlerMultiple Locations
Shane Campbell GalleryChicago
Shanghart GalleryMultiple Locations
Sikkema Jenkins & Co.New York
Simon Preston GalleryNew York
Simone Subal GalleryNew York
SkarstedtMultiple Locations
SociétéBerlin
Sommer Contemporary ArtTel Aviv
Sperone WestwaterNew York
Sprüth MagersMultiple Locations
Standard (Oslo)Oslo
Stephen Friedman GalleryMultiple Locations
StevensonMultiple Locations
SultanaParis
Supportico LopezBerlin
Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles ProjectsLos Angeles
Taka Ishii GalleryMultiple Locations
Take NinagawaTokyo
Tanya Bonakdar GalleryNew York
Taro NasuTokyo
The BoxLos Angeles
The BreederAthens
The Modern InstituteMultiple Locations
The Third LineDubai
Thomas Dane GalleryLondon
Tif SigfridsLos Angeles
Timothy TaylorLondon
Tina Kim GalleryNew York
Tomio Koyama GalleryMultiple Locations
Travesía CuatroMultiple Locations
Triple VMultiple Locations
Truth and ConsequencesGeneva
Van Doren WaxterNew York
VenusMultiple Locations
VermelhoSão Paulo
Victoria MiroMultiple Locations
White ColumnsNew York
WilkinsonLondon
Xavier HufkensBrussels
Zeno X GalleryAntwerp

Frame and Spotlight

Frame is dedicated to solo artists (18 galleries), and will have gallery 80m2 Livia Benavides with artist Rita Ponce de León who’ll be interacting with visitors by conducting a survey into their behavioral traits. Freedman Fitzpatrick’s (LA) booth will be turned into an evolving landscape of fluffy synthetic polyester material by Philip Zach. Leo Xu Projects’ (Shanghai) booth will feature a site-specific meditation-like room covered in patches of carpets which artist Liu Shiyuan purchased from infamous taobao.com (Chinese equivalent of ebay). This immersive room will include a sound installation by the artist.

Spotlight is curated by Clara M Kim and brings to the fair solo 20th-century artist presentations of works which have been overlooked by art history. It will present the work of seminal artists from countries like Belarus, Guyana and Slovakia. This is the section where most of Institutional collections make purchases during the fair. Here Gallery Pippy Houldsworth (London) will dedicate its booth to artist Mary Kelly work called Interim which will be an exploration of the unknown terrain of middle-aged life (the artist is also currently having a show at the Henry Moore Institute). Icon Gallery (New York) will show Indian-born, French-based, artist S.H.Raza who’s paintings will fuse the timelessness of the East with the abstraction long thought of the West. And Franklin Parrasch Gallery (New York) will display Joe Goode’s early works including his famous milk bottles that also made Artforum’s cover in 1962.

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Eduardo Navarro – Poema Volcanico, 2013, FUNDACION BIENAL BIENAL DEL CUENCA/NDP. PHOTO: PAUL NAVARRETE

Frieze Projects

The Frieze Projects program at Frieze New York 2016 will feature six new artworks, both inside the fair and around Randall’s Island Park, Manhattan. Curated by Cecilia Alemani (High Line Art, New York), Frieze Projects is the celebrated non-profit program of artist commissions realized annually at Frieze New York. This year’s program explores the magical possibilities of artistic intervention, with performances, sculptures and clandestine actions, which respond to the fair environment in unexpected and often humorous ways. The artists participating in Frieze Projects at Frieze New York 2016 are: Alex Da Corte, Anthea Hamilton, David Horvitz, Eduardo Navarro, Heather Phillipson, and a tribute to the Daniel Newburg Gallery with a special project by Maurizio Cattelan.

The Location of the Frieze New York 2016 Main Venue

Practical Information

Frieze New York 2016 takes place in Randall’s Island Park, Manhattan. The fair will be open from May 5 until May 8, 2016. Invitation-only Preview is scheduled for Wednesday, May 4, 8pm. Tickets for Frieze New York 2016 are now on sale. Tickets start at $10 and are limited. The fair recommends buying tickets in advance. For more information, please visit the official website of the art fair.

Featured Images: Anthea Hamilton and Nicholas Byrne – LOVE (Installation View), Series of 8 inflatables, 2012, Frieze Projects East, Poplar Baths; David Horvitz – The Distance of a Day, detail, 2013, Digital video, 12 minutes, courtesy the artist and Chert, Berlin. All Images courtesy of Frieze New York.