Become a member

Get the best offers and updates relating to Liberty Case News.

― Advertisement ―

BerandaLifestyleArt & CultureFrieze New York Names 68 Galleries for Upcoming Edition in May

Frieze New York Names 68 Galleries for Upcoming Edition in May

Frieze New York has named the 68 exhibitors that will participate in its 2024 edition, scheduled to take place May 1–5 at the Shed. ninjaqq

This year’s exhibitor list features one gallery fewer than last year’s, representing the continued boutique-size of Frieze’s New York fair since its move to the Shed. This edition also represents the first since Frieze purchased the other main New York fair, the Armory Show, last summer. As with last year, the fair does not coincide with Independent New York, which announced its exhibitor list last week.

Among the exhibitors are all four mega-galleries (Gagosian, Hauser & Wirth, Pace, and David Zwirner), as well as blue-chip exhibitors like Gladstone Gallery, Xavier Hufkens, Gallery Hyundai, David Kordansky Gallery, Kurimanzutto, Massimo de Carlo, Mendes Wood DM, Victoria Miro, Thaddaeus Ropac, and White Cube. ninjaqq

As with past editions, the fair gathers top New York galleries, like Canada, Chapter NY, James Cohan, Casey Kaplan, Matthew Marks Gallery, and Ortuzar Projects, alongside closely watched international dealers like Instituto de Vision, Proyectos Ultravioleta, Sprüth Magers, and Stevenson.

In a statement, Christine Messineo, Frieze’s Americas director, said, “In a city home to an array of outstanding art institutions, galleries and artists, Frieze is pleased to bring together, in a single venue, a host of exhibitors who together represent the finest in contemporary art. Frieze New York will combine a global perspective with a showcase of the city’s exceptional galleries while recognizing non-profit organizations that enrich the diverse arts communities of New York.”

Of the 68 exhibitors, 11 will participate in the Focus section, dedicated to solo presentations of emerging or underknown artists. This year, it is curated by New York–based curator Lumi Tan, who is currently curatorial director for the Luna Luna art theme park in LA. Galleries participating include Kapp Kapp, Patron, Cooper Cole, and Matthew Brown.

Tan said in a statement, “In this truly intergenerational group of artists, audiences will recognize innovators who have long represented stories and perspectives overlooked by dominant culture. It’s a thrilling opportunity to bring those who have been steadfast in their position for decades together with younger artists who share throughlines in their artistic and societal concerns.” ninjaqq

The full exhibitor list follows below.

303 GalleryNew York
A Gentil CariocaRio de Janeiro, São Paulo
Miguel Abreu GalleryNew York
Tanya Bonakdar GalleryNew York, Los Angeles
CanadaNew York
Chapter NYNew York
Château ShattoLos Angeles
James CohanNew York
Commonwealth and CouncilMexico City, Los Angeles
Andrew Edlin GalleryNew York
Fortes D’Aloia & GabrielSão Paulo, Rio de Janeiro
Stephen Friedman GalleryLondon, New York
GagosianNew York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Le Bourget,
Geneva, Basel, Gstaad, Rome, Athens, Hong Kong
François GhebalyLos Angeles, New York
Gladstone GalleryNew York, Brussels, Seoul
Alexander Gray AssociatesNew York, Germantown
Hauser & WirthNew York, Southampton, Los Angeles, Hong Kong,
Paris, London, Somerset, Menorca, Monaco, Zurich,
Gstaad, and St. Moritz
Xavier HufkensBrussels
Gallery HyundaiSeoul, New York
Instituto de VisionBogotá, New York
Jenkins Johnson GalleryLos Angeles, New York, San Francisco
Casey KaplanNew York
KarmaNew York, Los Angeles
Karma InternationalZurich
Anton KernNew York
Tina Kim GalleryNew York, Seoul
David Kordansky GalleryLos Angeles, New York
Tomio Koyama GalleryTokyo
Andrew Kreps GalleryNew York
Kukje GallerySeoul, Busan
KurimanzuttoMexico City, New York
LC QueisserTbilisi
David LewisNew York
Gió MarconiMilan
Matthew Marks GalleryNew York, Los Angeles
MassimodecarloMilan, London, Hong Kong, Paris, Beijing
Mendes Wood DMSão Paulo, Brussels, Paris, New York
Victoria MiroLondon, Venice
The Modern InstituteGlasgow
mor charpentierParis, Bogotá
Neue Alte BrückeFrankfurt
Ortuzar ProjectsNew York
Pace GalleryNew York, London, Geneva, Seoul, Hong Kong,
Los Angeles, Tokyo
PerrotinNew York, Paris, Hong Kong, Tokyo,
Shanghai, Seoul, Dubai, Los Angeles
Proyectos UltravioletaGuatemala City
Thaddaeus RopacLondon, Paris, Salzburg, Seoul
Esther SchipperBerlin, Paris, Seoul
SilverlensManila, New York
Sprüth MagersBerlin, London, Los Angeles, New York
StevensonCape Town, Johannesburg, Amsterdam
Simone Subal GalleryNew York
Michael WernerNew York, London, Berlin
White CubeLondon, Hong Kong, New York, Paris, Seoul
David ZwirnerNew York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Hong Kong