Frieze New York

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In this behind-the-scenes look at artists bringing new work to Frieze fairs, Olivia van Kuiken talks world-building and warping the backdrops of the past

BY Livia Russell AND Olivia van Kuiken |

International artists including Sterling Ruby, Haegue Yang, Dewey Crumpler and Sylvie Fleury will showcase new projects, historical works and immersive installations at the fair

The Frieze New York Focus curator takes a walk around Tribeca and Chinatown to visit galleries including Canada, Chapter NY and Ortuzar Projects, and other favorite cultural spots

BY Lumi Tan |

The founders of The Here and There Collective tell Focus curator Lumi Tan about supporting contemporary Asian diaspora art and their sense of “peership” with artists

BY Lumi Tan |

The fair returns to The Shed in New York this year with a new curator for Focus, more than 60 galleries from 25 countries and a extensive program of events and activations 

From models of Southern shacks to burning effigies in darkest Poland, Frieze New York has a wealth of work devoted to disputed territories, cultural abandonment and economic despair  

This year sees artist projects at Performance Space, Artists Space, the High Line and Rockefeller Center ice rink, with Matty Davis, Sharif Farrag, Ellen Fullman and Chella Man

The director of the Manila gallery’s New York outpost gives a tour of its Chelsea neighborhood, favorite galleries in the city and the “churning desire to learn” of its residents

Unmissable shows in New York this May include “The Harlem Renaissance and Transatlantic Modernism,” The Whitney Biennial, and surveys of Marian Zazeela, Terry Fox and Joan Jonas

BY Chris Waywell |

From a marigold yellow room in the National Arts Club, Alex Tieghi-Walker presents the work of one-of-a-kind maker

BY Pei-Ru Keh |

Preview the multimedia artist's new work, exploring the shaking body as a symptom of sickness and a healing strategy, as part of Frieze Projects for Frieze New York 2023

From solo shows at PROXYCO and the Whitney Museum to a group show at CARA, here are the best exhibitions in New York

BY Danielle Wu |

The late designer’s is one of 40 plates launching at Frieze New York by the Artist Plate Project, raising funds for Coalition for the Homeless

BY Nora Foster |

The photographer creates impossible-to-stage images exploring emotional states in urban life

BY Matthew McLean AND Charlie Engman |

Building on a long legacy, a growing community of Black women are guiding the city’s established and blue-chip names into their new eras

BY Jasmin Hernandez |

Considering the paradoxes and pitfalls of the artist’s explorations of work and class, on view at the Whitney during Frieze Week

BY Paul McAdory |

A major new commission at Frieze New York 2023 utilizes failed letters to trace the histories, brutalities and inequalities encoded in its terrain

BY Folasade Ologundudu |

Explore art from emerging stars to global icons, and uncover hidden gems

The fair returns to The Shed in Manhattan and welcomes ambitious proposals from galleries, with a special section for emerging spaces

A.I.R. Gallery’s Roxana Fabius speaks to Frieze about reproductive justice rights, the art landscape in New York and the value of community-led art spaces

BY Roxana Fabius |