Frieze New York 2024

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The artist explains the genesis and purpose of her unique sonic creation, during rare live performances as part of Frieze Week New York

The curator and writer meets emerging figures from China to Brazil on a personal trip around the section at Frieze New York 2024

In Collaboration with Stone Island

A hamster-eye view of Farrag’s interactive project at the Rink at Rockefeller Center, part of the Frieze New York 2024 public program

Surface and the unsaid in Carl Van Vechten’s 1955 portrait of the trailblazing dancer and choreographer

BY Jimmy Robert |

Founding director and curator Dodie Kazanjian talks about her initiative, launched in 2006, to bring contemporary art to the Metropolitan Opera

BY Kat Herriman AND Dodie Kazanjian |

The legendary NYC performance artist—showing at Frieze New York with Emalin—reflects on “anti-naturalism” and “Availablism,” and takes an axe to the wall of her apartment

The Portuguese gallery is awarded for its solo presentation by Lisbon-born Sara Chang Yan

The latest edition of Frieze New York has opened at the Shed—here are some highlights of the first two days

Performance Space’s director Pati Hertling and artistic director Taja Cheek explain how the venue is getting bigger by getting smaller

The Executive Director of Printed Matter selects works by Ghada Amer, Christine Sun Kim and legendary New Yorker Kembra Pfahler

In this special commission for Frieze Week New York 2024, photographer and director Tess Ayano shoots five outstanding New York performers

BY Tess Ayano |

A first look at the 2024 fair, taking place at The Shed in Manhattan through Sunday May 5

The acclaimed comedian wants to be “Bahrain-y-prince wealthy” enough to put an Olafur Eliasson on his wall and finds Issy Wood equally fun and menacing

The initiative has enlisted artists including Derrick Adams, Wangechi Mutu, Calida Rawles, Laurie Simmons and Hank Willis Thomas to get its message across

BY Thara Parambi |

From self-taught Thornton Dial to Reverend Joyce McDonald’s artistic discovery in detox, this year’s fair showcases several pioneers who came to art via unexpected paths

Among the big-ticket pieces at Frieze New York, there is a wealth of outstanding art with smaller price-tags. Here are some of the best

Though it left the Lower East Side half a century ago, the Bread and Puppet Theater’s participatory anti-war morality plays continue a New York history of performance and protest

BY Hussein A.H. Omar |

Among thousands of pieces of groundbreaking contemporary art at Frieze New York, there are works by pioneers of the 20th century, including Robert Rauschenberg, Ed Clark and Gertrude Abercrombie

From Christopher Wool’s swirling abstractions in the Financial District, to Huma Bhabha’s bronze forms at Brooklyn Bridge Park, these are the must-see exhibitions during Frieze New York

BY Travis Diehl |

Frieze Week New York 2024 offers a rare chance to see Ellen Fullman’s epic room-filling musical installation in action