Frieze has announced the names of the 69 exhibitors participating in the 2023 New York fair, to be held on May 18-21 at The Shed.
The list contains some of the biggest blue-chip galleries in the world. These include Pace Gallery, Gagosian, Hauser & Wirth, David Zwirner, and Thaddeus Ropac. Other big names include David Kordanksy, Jenkins Johnson Gallery, Gallery Hyundai, Massimo De Carlo, and White Cube. As expected, New York galleries found the biggest representation, with names like Michael Rosenfeld, Alexander Gray Associates, Tina Kim Gallery, and James Cohan. Many first-timers will also be at the fair, including Emalin and Arcadia Missa. Like previous years, it will also have a Focus section to feature galleries founded less than 12 years ago; galleries include Capsule Shanghai and Whistle.
Alongside the announcement, Christine Messineo (Director, Frieze Americas) also said: “This year’s Frieze New York brings together extraordinary galleries and artists to inform, challenge, and delight. In its tradition, the fair features a strong core of NYC galleries and the artists they represent. New York is the undisputed center of the international art market, and as such art lovers and collectors will also be able to immerse themselves in the global perspectives that the fair brings to the city.”
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This year also marks the 10th year of the Frieze New York art fair, one of the most significant art fairs in the United States. In 2020, the fair was canceled due to the pandemic. It returned in 2021 with a new venue – The Shed – which has continued to remain its venue to date. The 2022 edition saw a greater audience, and the trend is expected to continue this year too. The fair will open for a preview on May 17th, and run between May 18-21.