in Frieze New York | 06 MAY 21

Thursday at Frieze New York

A selection of highlights from Frieze New York and Frieze Viewing Room on Thursday 6 May

in Frieze New York | 06 MAY 21

Inside The Shed, start with Frame, the fair's section dedicated to solo artist presentations, don't miss Agustina Woodgate (Barro, booth FR9), Wilson Díaz (Instituto de Vision, booth FR1) and Zeinab Saleh (Château Shatto, booth FR3), amongst others. You can also explore these presentations digitally on Frieze Viewing Room.

Explore presentations by leading artists, both online and in-person, such as a solo presentations of works by Daniel Buren (Lisson Gallery, booth B9) and paintings and drawings by Caroline Kent (Casey Kaplan, booth B12).

Daniel Buren  Une pièce coupée en deux, 1974  Painting on linen cloth  74 x 142 cm (installed)  29 1/8 x 55 7/8 in (installed)  70.5 x 141 cm (prior to cutting)  27 3/4 x 55 1/2 in (prior to cutting)   © Daniel Buren. Courtesy Lisson Gallery
Daniel Buren, Une pièce coupée en deux, 1974. Painting on linen cloth. © Daniel Buren. Courtesy of Lisson Gallery 

Group shows featuring William Kentridge, Grada Kilomba, Misheck Masamvu and others at Goodman Gallery (booth A10); an all-women presentation with new works by Ragna Bley, Ivy Haldeman, Rute Merk, and Willa Wasserman by Downs & Ross (booth C11); self-taught artists and outsider art figure such as Dan Miller, Henry Darger and Susan Te Kahurangi King, among others at Andrew Edlin Gallery (booth C2). Plus much more!

enry Darger (1892 - 1973)At Wickey Lansina, escape with their brother... / 81 AtJennie Richee Breaking jail second time, c. 1930-40 /
Henry Darger, At Wickey Lansina, escape with their brother... / 81 At Jennie Richee Breaking jail second time, c. 1930-40. Courtesy of Andrew Edlin Gallery

Don't miss digital conversations presented by Frieze New York and Frieze Viewing Room exhibitors as part of the Tribute to the Vision & Justice Project.

Join on Zoom, curator Larry Ossei-Mensah and artist Federico Solmi at 11am EST (Hosted by Galerie Kornfeld); Lyle Ashton Harris and Kia LaBeija at 2pm EST (Hosted by Salon 94); Artist talk with Dan Colen at 5pm EST (Presented by Gagosian in partnership with Dover Street Market); and a conversation around Teatro Experimental do Negro (Black Experimental Theater) by Abdias do Nascimento at 6pm EST (Hosted by Fortes D'Aloia & Gabriel and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery).

1Rapsódia NegraTeatro Experimental do NegroWritten by Abdias Nascimento • Directed by Abdias Nascimento • Cast: Benedito Marcelo, Léa Garcia, Mercedes Batista, Maria Tereza, Nilce Cruz, Yeman Lima • Rio de Janeiro, 1952Ph:Cortesia [Courtesy]Ipeafro.
Rapsódia Negra, Teatro Experimental do Negro. Written by Abdias Nascimento. Directed by Abdias Nascimento. Cast: Benedito Marcelo, Léa Garcia, Mercedes Batista, Maria Tereza, Nilce Cruz, Yeman Lima. Rio de Janeiro, 1952. Cortesy of Ipeafro

Don't forget to tune in at 2:30pm EST for a panel with Wynton Marsalis, Ava DuVernay, Franklin Leonard, Carrie Mae Weems, and Theaster Gates on Black cultural leadership. This event is made possible with the support of PRADA Register here

Vision and Justice Panel - Sarah Lewis - Theaster Gates - Ava duVernay - Prada


Main image: Mimi Smith, Protectors Against Illness’ series, Installation. Courtesy of Sapar Contemporary. View it on Frieze Viewing Room