in Frieze New York , News | 17 MAR 22

Announcing the Galleries for Frieze New York 2022

More than 65 galleries will participate in this year's fair, which returns to The Shed from May 18 to 22

in Frieze New York , News | 17 MAR 22

Following the successful return of Frieze New York in 2021, this year’s fair brings together leading international galleries with some of the most exciting young spaces. View the Galleries Here

A strong representation of major New York galleries are joined by international participants from 17 countries across the world. This year’s fair will also introduce a new partnership with Vortic.

Led for the first time by Christine Messineo (Director, Frieze Los Angeles and Frieze New York), the fair’s tenth edition will feature significant works by today’s most celebrated emerging artists alongside pioneering figures from the 20th and 21st centuries. 

Charles Gaines Numbers and Trees: London Series 1, Tree #8, Harrow Place 2020 Acrylic sheet, acrylic paint, photograph © Charles Gaines Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth Photo: Fredrik Nielsen
Charles Gaines, Numbers and Trees: London Series 1, Tree #8, Harrow Place 2020. Acrylic sheet, acrylic paint, photograph © Charles Gaines. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Fredrik Nielsen
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Vortic: A New 3D Technology for Frieze Viewing Room
A dedicated installment of Frieze Viewing Room will debut a new partnership with Vortic, the leading virtual and augmented reality platform for the art world, who will use cutting-edge immersive technology to create virtual viewing spaces across the online platform, available to Frieze New York participating galleries. Using Vortic’s advanced rendering engine to accurately replicate paintings, sculptures, installations and video works, viewers will be able to freely navigate each virtual space in 3D. 

Leading Galleries from New York and Around the World
The 2022 fair features a focused selection of major galleries from across the globe, including a strong core contingent of New York-based exhibitors representing the best of the city’s arts landscape: 303 Gallery, Miguel Abreu Gallery, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, Gagosian, Hauser & Wirth, Jenkins Johnson, Casey Kaplan, Sean Kelly Gallery, Andrew Kreps Gallery, David Lewis, Matthew Marks Gallery, Michael Werner and David Zwirner.  

Leading international names for 2022 include: Sadie Coles HQ, Dastan Gallery, Goodman Gallery, Gallery Hyundai, kurimanzutto, The Modern Institute, mor charpentier, Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Thaddaeus Ropac, Esther Schipper, Galeria Luisa Strina and White Cube.  

A picture of Ivan Cheng, presented artist from the project ‘Absolution / Toilet Signs’ Image courtesy of Luis Artemio De Los Santos
A picture of Ivan Cheng, presented artist from the project ‘Absolution / Toilet Signs’ Image courtesy of Luis Artemio De Los Santos

Frame: Young Spaces and Emerging Talents
Dedicated to solo projects by galleries that have been active for 10 years or less, Frame is a critical arena for up and coming gallery programs from around the world. Comprising eleven participating galleries, Frame allows visitors and collectors to see work by artists who may not have previously benefited from a major international platform to show their work. This year Frame is advised by gallerists Olivia Barrett (Château Shatto, Los Angeles) and Sophie Mörner (Company Gallery, New York). 

Galleries in Frame that will be participating in Frieze New York for the first time include: Lomex (New York), Lubov (New York), (São Paulo). Additional galleries featured in the section include: Capsule Shanghai (Shanghai), Château Shatto (Los Angeles), Company Gallery (New York), Dastan Gallery (Tehran) Hannah Hoffman Gallery (Los Angeles), Instituto de Visión (Bogotá, New York), Regards (Chicago) and Édouard Montassut (Paris).  

Explore the Frieze New York 2022 Galleries Here

Rebecca Sharp Artwork
Rebecca Sharp, Eternal maze manoeuvers, 2022, Oil on canvas, 103 x 78 cm, Photo: Sara Way, Courtesy of the Artist and Sé 

Frieze Week Across the City
An expanded Frieze Week program of exhibitions and events across the city will begin on May 16, encompassing a broad spectrum of programming in galleries, museums, and artist-led spaces, celebrating the many communities that make New York a cultural center. 

Major institutional exhibitions taking place throughout the week include: ‘Baseera Khan: I Am an Archive’ and ‘Monet to Morisot: The Real and Imagined in European Art’ at the Brooklyn Museum; ‘Raphael Montañez Ortiz: A Contextual Retrospective’ at El Museo del Barrio; ‘Barbara Kruger: Thinking of You. I Mean Me. I Mean You.’ and ‘Frédéric Bruly Bouabré World Unbound’ at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA); ‘Gillian Wearing: Wearing Masks’ at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum; ‘Faith Ringgold: American People’ at the New Museum of Contemporary Art; ‘Propagazioni: Giuseppe Penone at Sèvres’ at The Frick Madison; ‘Jonas Mekas: The Camera Was Always Running’ at The Jewish Museum; ‘Charles Ray: Figure Ground’ at The Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art; and ‘Camille Norment’ at Dia Art Foundation

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Image at top of page: detail, Tom Allen, Diamonds, 2021. Oil on canvas, 22 x 17 in. 55.9 x 43.2 cm. Copyright The Artist. Courtesy The Artist and The Approach

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