In light of global health concerns regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus) and following advice and restrictions from local, national, international and health authorities, Frieze NY 2020 has moved from Randall’s Island Park to a laptop near you.
Frieze has announced the cancellation of the ninth edition of the Frieze New York art fair. It falls in line with health and safety guidelines regarding the spread of the coronavirus (COVID19) with restrictions on gatherings of more than 50 people.
4 May 2018
Frieze New York is always one of the highlights of the international art calendar.
The New York iteration of London’s seminal Frieze art fair event, held on the idyllic landscape of Randalls Island was plagued with grey skies this year, in more ways than just the weather. Frieze’s 5th season in New York, was lacking in spark. Very little was new. Very little challenged the status quo or inspired further thought. […]
Frieze New York is mounting their third fair in 2014. With visitor numbers in the region of 45,000, a number comparable with last year, the fair attracted international artists, collectors, curators and journalists, all of whom remarked upon the quality of the material brought by the galleries and the buoyant mood at the fair. Tickets […]
The British artist Tracey Emin has created a new sculpture titled Roman Standard (2013) which will be unveiled for Frieze week on May 10 and on view to September 8, at Petrosino Square, Spring and Lafayette Streets in New York. Roman Standard features a single bronze bird perched on top of a thirteen-foot pole that rises […]
Frieze Art Fair New York have announced their participating galleries for the organization’s second New York fair, which takes place May 10–13, 2013 in Randall’s Island Park, Manhattan. Following the success of the inaugural edition of the fair, Frieze New York is pleased to present a carefully selected presentation of over 180 of the world’s […]
In this round up of the greatest art show on Earth or at least NY, Frieze New York which ended Monday 7 May had many galleries reporting excellent sales across all levels of the market and expressing admiration for the overall conception of the new fair, its structure and environment.More than 180 galleries from 30 […]
A stunning fair with style and substance opens on Randell’s Island Frieze is just what the doctor ordered to reinvent the lackluster New York fair scene, which has spent many years in the doldrums. New York has needed a fair of this scale and calibre in order to reclaim its rightful place as market leaders. […]
Frieze New York is only days away. And finally we are to get a glimpse of what this inaugural event holds in store, including details of the booths of big hitters. This inaugural event will take place between the 4–7 May 2012 on Randall’s Island, Manhattan, and promises ‘the most forward-thinking galleries from around the […]
Gagosian Gallery is to present ‘Picasso and Françoise Gilot: Paris-Vallauris 1943-1953,’ the fourth major exhibition in an ongoing series on the life and work of Pablo Picasso, following the critical and popular success of ‘Picasso: Mosqueteros’ (2009), ‘Picasso: The Mediterranean Years’ (2010), and ‘Picasso and Marie-Thérèse: L’amour fou’ (2011). The exhibition includes many important loans […]
Frieze NYC pestered by angry protests from Council of Carpenters The phenomenally successful Frieze Art Fair is set to hit America for the very first time in May 2012, boasting 160 international galleries from 28 countries, including Brazil, China, India, Korea, Mexico, Romania, Israel, and South Africa. But now there appears to a fly in […]
First New York Fair housed in ground breaking avant garde structure The Frieze Art Fair, which makes it debut in New York, on 4 May, has announced details of the architecture that will house its first New York fair. Employing a distinct snake-shaped structure, Frieze New York will be designed by New York-based SO – […]
Frieze Talks is a daily program of presentations, panel discussions and conversations that will take place at Frieze New York. Featuring leading artists, writers and cultural commentators, the talks program is presented by Frieze Art Inc. and programmed by Cecilia Alemani. Participants include: Okwui Enwezor (Director, Haus der Kunst, Munich), Glenn D. Lowry (Director, The […]
The Frieze Art Fair, London’s first rate commercial showcase for contemporary art, is to present two new fairs next year, in New York and London. The New York fair will take place at the beginning of May on Randall’s Island, a site in the city’s East River, which is currently used mainly for sporting events […]