Frieze New York
May 5-9, 2021
The Shed, Manhattan
Today at Frieze New York

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A tool to help you navigate New York City during Frieze Week, plus exclusive restaurant discounts for Frieze New York ticket holders.

A tool to help you navigate New York City during Frieze Week, plus exclusive restaurant discounts for Frieze New York ticket holders.

A tool to help you navigate New York City during Frieze Week, plus exclusive restaurant discounts for Frieze New York ticket holders.

Vision & Justice

Frieze New York’s tribute honoring the exemplary work of The Vision & Justice Project, and its founder Sarah Elizabeth Lewis, Associate Professor at Harvard University. The project is dedicated to examining art’s central role in understanding the relationship between race and citizenship in the United States. 

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Professor Sarah E. Lewis presents an online discussion on Black cultural leadership with Ava DuVernay, Carrie Mae Weems, Franklin Leonard, Theaster Gates and Wynton Marsalis 

As part of the Tribute to the Vision & Justice Project, watch a documentary that explores the nexus of art, race and justice through the story of art collector and philanthropist Agnes ‘Aggie’ Gund’s life

Inspired by the extraordinary impact of David Driskell’s landmark 1976 exhibition, Two Centuries of Black American Art, is an introduction to the work of some of the foremost African American visual artists working today. 

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