Five Artists from the 59th Venice Biennale showing at Frieze New York

Discover works by artists who are currently featuring in the critically acclaimed Biennale, including Marguerite Humeau, Kapwani Kiwanga, Latifa Echakhch, Solange Pessoa and Luiz Roque 

in Frieze , Frieze New York | 12 MAY 22

Ranging from sculpture to textiles and interactive installations, presentations at Frieze New York and on Frieze Viewing Room will include works by artists simultaneously showing at the 59th Venice Biennale.

Highlights include... 

Marguerite Humeau , Orisons (Red Sun), 2022, Pigment and charcoal on paper, Frame: Wax, resin, wood 60 3/4 x 84 1/4 x 3 1/8 inches, Courtesy of the artist and CLEARING 

Following her presentation of biomorphic sculptures at the 59th Venice Biennale, Marguerite Humeau showcases paintings from a new body of work at Frieze New York (CLEARING, New York, C2 and White Cube, London, A8).

Latifa Echakhch, Night Time (As Seen by Sim Ouch), 2022, Acrylic and concrete on canvas, 200.2 cm × 150.2 cm × 2.6 cm, Courtesy of the Artist and Pace Gallery 

Representing Switzerland at the 59th Biennale, Latifa Echakhch’s works at Frieze relate to The Concert, her Venice presentation of an orchestrated time-travel experience (Pace, main, B12).

Luiz Roque, Francesco, 2021, ceramics, Courtesy of the Artist and Mendes Wood DM 

Showing a film at the Biennale’s Arsenale, Luiz Roque’s works recontextualize the global South and draw upon science fiction, the legacy of Modernism, pop-culture and queer bio-politics (Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo, D7).

Kapwani Kiwanga, Bow Ties, 2022, Fabric, dye, Atlantic sea salt, Work: 55 x 55 cm, Courtesy of the Artist and Goodman Gallery 

Kapwani Kiwanga presents 'Bow Ties', a sequence of quilt works created out of treated fabric, materializing forced movement during the slave trade (Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg, A10).

Solange Pessoa, Fejiaonzinha, 2017, soapstone, Courtesy of the Artist and Mendes Wood DM 

On the heels of her major presentation in the Venice Biennale’s Milk of Dreams, Solange Pessoa will feature with a significant new diptych work in the same series (Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo, D7). 

About Frieze Viewing Room

Frieze Viewing Room is a free digital platform, connecting global audiences with Frieze's galleries and artists.  

Opening from May 13 – 22, the Viewing Room offers fair visitors a preview of the wealth of gallery presentations coming to Frieze New York 2022, as well as the chance for audiences around the world to experience and acquire the artwork on show.

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Main image: Latifa Echakhch, Night Time (As Seen by Sim Ouch), 2022, Acrylic and concrete on canvas, 200.2 cm × 150.2 cm × 2.6 cm, Courtesy of the Artist and Pace Gallery