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Frieze New York debuts this week, running in-person from May 5—9 and online through May 14. Taking place for the first time at The Shed, the 10th edition of the New York fair brings together more than 60 galleries in-person and over 160 galleries participating virtually, along with an accompanying schedule of talks and special programming, encompassed in a tribute to Sarah Elizabeth Lewis’s Vision & Justice Project.
Those local to New York will find at The Shed solo presentations like David Zwirner’s show of paintings by Dana Schutz, new works by Annette Messager presented by Marian Goodman, Lisson Gallery’s exhibition of important works by Daniel Buren, and a showing of new paintings by Trenton Doyle Hancock by James Cohan. Group exhibition highlights include Salon 94’s dual presentation of new works from Huma Bhabha and Daniel Hesidence, a show looking at social and political issues of the diaspora from Jenkins Johnson Gallery, and an exploration of politics, identity, and expression from kurimanzutto.
The Frame sector will see presentations from new galleries like Company Gallery showcasing work by WangShui, Microscope’s exhibition of Ina Archer, Barro presenting Agustina Woodgate, work by Karon Davis from Wilding Cran Gallery, an exhibition of Dana Lok with Clima, and more. And without ever leaving home, visitors within the virtual viewing room can experience presentations from international names like mor charpentier, Thaddaeus Ropac, Axel Vervoordt Gallery, Ingleby, Xavier Hufkens, Kavi Gupta, Nicodim Gallery, Galeria de Arte Almeida e Dale, Ascaso Gallery, Experimenter, False Flag, and galerie frank elbaz.
Additional happenings to look out for include a presentation of AR works by KAWS, Precious Okoyomon, and Cao Fei with Acute Art and The Shed titled “The Looking Glass”; the Frieze Talks series, including conversations with names like Richard Prince, Rachel Kushner, and ruby onyinyechi amanze; and the Art:Live broadcast and video series, which will include experiences for virtual attendees, like a talk with Marina Abramović in her home and a tour of Dia:Chelsea with Jessica Morgan.