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Frieze New York 2021

Frieze New York 2021

 

Frieze New York  2021

Edition at The Shed and the Third Iteration of Frieze Viewing Room

 

 HIGHLIGHTS

Photo by Casey Kelbaugh.
©Courtesy of Casey Kelbaugh/Frieze.

 

-Over 60 leading galleries exhibiting presentations by today’s most influential and exciting modern and contemporary artists at The Shed

-A dedicated edition of Frieze Viewing Room to run alongside the fair featuring over 160 participating galleries

-Artist talks featuring Richard Prince, ruby onyinyechi amanze and more, in conversation with literary figures

-A special exhibition of new augmented reality (AR) artworks by KAWS, Cao Fei and Precious Okoyomon, realized in collaboration with Acute Art and The Shed

-Art: LIVE, a broadcast and video programme, in collaboration with Deutsche Bank, including an intimate talk with Marina Abramović

 

 

Rachel Uffner Gallery
Sally Saul
Blooming and Feeding, 2020
clay and glaze
15 x 10 x 61 / 2 in | 38.1 x 25.4 x 16.5cm
©Courtesy Rachel Uffner Gallery and the artist

 

New York, US – Frieze New York – tenth edition, taking place for the first time at The Shed in Manhattan, from May 5 – 9, 2021. Reimagined for its new location, the fair brings together over 60 major galleries and sees a strong representation from New York, celebrating the creative spirit of the city. A dedicated edition of Frieze Viewing Room will run parallel to the fair, through May 14, and will feature an expanded list of over 160 exhibitors, connecting international galleries and audiences unable to travel.

 

 

Frieze New York – May 6, 2021 at The Shed in Hudson Yards.
©Photograph by Casey Kelbaugh

 


The fair’s core program of artist talks, special projects and commissions will be accessible both at the fair and online via the fair’s digital platform, Frieze Viewing Room, building on the hybrid format successfully launched in London last year. Frieze New York is supported by global lead partner Deutsche Bank, continuing a shared commitment to artistic excellence.

 

 

Peter Blum Gallery
Nicholas GalaninNever Forget, 2021
C-print mounted on Dibond, walnut frame
51 3/4 x 78 3/4 inches (131.4 x 200 cm)
Edition of 10
©Courtesy of Peter Blum Gallery and the artist

 


Rebecca Ann Siegel, Director of Americas and Content, Frieze said:

‘It means so much to be a part of the reopening of New York and to support the return of our community. We are looking forward to shining a light on the creative spirit of the city and welcoming our participating galleries to our new venue, The Shed, reconnecting artists, galleries, collectors and art-lovers both in-person and online.’

 

 

Thierry-Goldberg Gallery
Bony Ramirez
As Long As The Head Is Still Intact, The Goal Continues, 2021
Acrylic, oil pastel, colored pencil, wallpaper, Bristol
paper on wood panel
30 x 30 inches
©Courtesy of Thierry Goldberg Gallery and the artist

 

 

Loring Randolph, Director of Programming, Frieze New York added:

‘After a challenging year it’s so important – now more than ever – to support our artistic community, and this year’s curated program strives to address some of the most relevant conversations in art today. The Tribute to Professor Sarah Elizabeth Lewis and the Vision & Justice Project in collaboration with over 50 galleries and institutions will form one of the most extensive strands of programming ever achieved. At the same time the return of the Artist Award, Frieze Talks and our new collaborative exhibition with Acute Art and The Shed, really promise to engage our audiences – both at Frieze New York and via Frieze Viewing Room.’

 

Canada Gallery
Katherine Bernhardt
Panther and r2d2, 2019
Acrylic and spray paint on canvas
72 × 78 inches (182.88 × 198.12 cm)
©Image courtesy of Canada and the artis

 

 

World-leading Galleries

Frieze New York invites the world’s leading galleries to showcase ambitious solo, group and themed presentations by pioneering artists and offers the opportunity to not only discover up-and-coming talent but also engage with some of art history’s most important figures.

 

 

Gagosian Gallery
Ewa Juszkiewicz
©Image Courtesy of Gagosian and the artist

 

Solo presentations by luminary artists

-David Zwirner – showing new work by American artist Dana Schutz, including a group of paintings conceived especially for the presentation: large-scale canvases depicting various figures navigating post-calamitous situations, expanding on Schutz’s singular, radically innovative approach to subject matter and painting. Also on view will be new sculptures by the artist.


-Marian Goodman Gallery – bringing a solo presentation of new works by French artist Annette Messager,an iconic figure in conceptual and feminist practice

 

 

James Cohan Gallery
Trenton Doyle Hancock Come On In. It’s Safe, 2020
Acrylic, ink, and paper collage on canvas
30 x 30 in. / 76.2 x 76.2 cm
©Image courtesy of James Cohan and the artist



-James Cohan showcasing new paintings by Trenton Doyle Hancock where the artist imagines a meeting between his alter-ego Torpedo Boy, a black superhero, and one of the buffoonish Klansmen who populated Philip Guston’s paintings.

 

-Stephen Friedman Gallery displaying new paintings by British artist Sarah Ball, exploring themes of gender and identity.

 

-Lisson Gallery exhibiting three important works by the French conceptual artist Daniel Buren, exhibited in the US for the first time, while a fourth work, Corner Piece in Three Parts (1980) will be included in the gallery’s Online Viewing Room.

 

-Esther Schipper and Mitchell-Innes & Nash with a solo presentation of works by pioneering Canadian collective General Idea

 

 

Lisson
Daniel Buren
A Work in four parts for one wall, 1980
Painting on linen cloth
124 x 142cm (priortocutting)
48.8 x 55.9
in prior to cutting
©Daniel Buren. Courtesy: Lisson Gallery

 

Curated group and themed presentations

-Goodman Gallery showing works by Grada Kilomba, Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum, William Kentridge, Hank Willis Thomas, Misheck Masamvu and Nolan Oswald Dennis. Highlights from the display include a major drawing by Kentridge which will debut at the fair and is to be included in his forthcoming survey at the Royal Academy in 2022; and a multi-part quilt by Thomas, made from decommissioned prison uniforms, and previously exhibited in the group show ‘Radical Tradition: American Quilts and Social Change’ at Toledo Museum of Art in 2021.

 

-Jenkins Johnson Gallery with a group presentation of artists exploring social and political issues of the diaspora, connecting past and current moment, including Ming Smith, Wadsworth Jarrell, Dewey Crumpler, Lisa Corinne Davis, Blessing Ngobeni, Enrico Riley, Philemona Williamson and others.

 

 

Jenkins Johnson Gallery
Enrico Riley
Untitled: Midnight, Drummer, Number Two, 2020
Oil and watercolor on canvas
21 x 18 in | 53.3 x 45.7 cm
©Image courtesy of Jenkins Johnson Gallery and theartis

 

 

-kurimanzutto with works by artists Allora & Calzadilla, Wilfredo Prieto, Abraham Cruzvillegas and Roman Ondak, utilising abstraction to explore notions of politics, identity, and expression.

 

 

kurimanzutto Gallery
Gabriel Orozco
Untitled, 2020
Tempera and gold leaf on canvas
200 x 200 cm. (78.74 x 78.74 in.)
©Courtesy of kurimanzutto and the artist

 

 

-Salon94 showcasing a dual exhibition of new work by artists Huma Bhabha and Daniel Hesidence.

Salon 94 Gallery
Daniel Hesidence
Untitled (Ledger),2020-21
Oil and acrylic on canvas
55 x 111 inches
©Courtesy of Salon 94 and the artis

 

The Frame section for young galleries

Advised by gallerists Olivia Barrett (Château Shatto, Los Angeles) and Sophie Mörner (Company Gallery, New York), Frame supports galleries operating 10 years and under to present solo presentations by today’s most exciting artists. This year’s lineup includes Galeria Bruno Múrias presenting work by Henrique Pavão; Helena Anrather and Capsule Shanghai showing a joint booth of works by Douglas Rieger; Wilding Cran Gallery with Karon Davis; Barro showing work by Agustina Woodgate; Château Shatto presenting Zeinab Saleh; Clima showing Dana Lok; Company Gallery with works by WangShui; Bridget Donahue and Hannah Hoffmann together showing Olga Balema; Microscope presenting Ina Archer; and Instituto de Visión showing Wilson Díaz.

 

 

Bridget Donahue
OlgaBalema
Interior biomorphic attachment, 2014/2020
Seel, foam, latex
Overall: 100 × 140 × 49in., 254.00 × 355.60 × 124.46cm
©Photo: Gregory Carideo
©Courtesy the artist and Bridget Donahue, NYC.

 

Frieze Viewing Room

Augmenting the in-person event with an increased online reach, the third edition of Frieze Viewing Room will feature 160 galleries from six continents, showcasing an extraordinary cross-section of artworks from across all levels of the market. Built to facilitate discovery, this year’s roster includes over 50 young galleries, further demonstrating Frieze’s commitment to supporting the arts community. Launched in 2020, the platform has been further developed to provide an improved user experience, and will now benefit from faster image loading times and enhanced mobile functionality.

 

 

Charlie James Gallery
Patrick Martinez
Highland Park Florist (StillLife), 2021
Stucco, neon, mean streak, ceramic, acrylic paint, spray paint, latex house paint, banner tarps, ceramic tile on panel
60 x 120 inches
©Courtesy of the artist and Charlie James Gallery

 

Programming

Alongside the fair’s gallery sections, Frieze New York is anchored by a program of collaborations, exhibitions and talks. The central strand of programming for 2021 encompasses a Tribute to the Vision & Justice Project and its founder, Sarah Elizabeth Lewis, Associate Professor at Harvard University, with over 50 galleries and institutions pledging their support. In another highlight, Precious Okoyomon is the winner of the 2021 Artist Award at Frieze New York, supported by the Luma Foundation.

 

 

Precious Okoyomon, work in progress ofUltra LightBeamsof Love, augmented reality, 2021.
©Courtesy PreciousOkoyomon and Acute Art.

 

‘The Looking Glass’: an exhibition of augmented reality (AR) artworks

‘The Looking Glass’, curated by Acute Art’s artistic director Daniel Birnbaum and The Shed’s chief curator Emma Enderby, is a large exhibition of augmented reality works presented in The Shed and the public area surrounding the building. The first chapter of this expanding exhibition, which opens on May 5 in collaboration with Frieze New York, premieres works by artists Precious Okoyomon, Cao Fei and KAWS. The works in this show are no doubt real, but not in the sense of tangible objects. Invisible to the naked eye, they come to life in your phone when you arrive at the right spot. Once caught on camera they appear as real as the environment around them. Precious Okoyomon presents two large animated flowers that read poetry. Cao Fei’s RMB City AR is a futuristic urban fantasy. KAWS’ COMPANION 2020 (EXPANDED) floats horizontally in the air seemingly pressed against an imaginary glass. Through the juxtaposition of physical and virtual worlds, the artworks in ‘The Looking Glass’, all visible through the free Acute Art app, convey a sense of surprise and wonder. The Shed and Acute Art will expand the exhibition with additional works on The Shed’s plaza in July.

 

 

Cao Fei,RMB City AR, augmented reality, 2020.
©CourtesyCao Fei and Acute Art. ©Photo: Jesse Hamerman.

 

Frieze Talks

The acclaimed Frieze Talks program returns under the guidance of Amy Zion (Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College). Pairing literary figures with renowned artists, the Talks took place via Zoom, each week in the month leading up to the fair, with the full series available for Frieze members to stream at Frieze.com, from May 5 onwards. Participants include: American Artist in conversation with Robin D.G. Kelly; Joni Murphy speaking to Ulrike Müller; Akwaeke Emezi and ruby onyinyechi amanze; and Richard Prince with Rachel Kushner.

 

FRIEZE TALKS
©Courtesy FRIEZE

 

Frieze Library: Volume Three

Organized in collaboration with Gordon Robichaux, the annual Frieze Library initiative invites Frieze New York’s participating galleries to each submit one arts publication to be donated to the Thomas J. Watson Library at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The resulting selection of digital and physical publications forms a snapshot of the current moment, as explored through the work of artists, writers and art professionals. This year’s publications will be on display at the fair and subsequently donated to the Thomas J. Watson Library; a bibliography of all contributions is available online on frieze.com.

 

 

Marinaro Gallery
Ridley HowardRed Frame Coast, 2020
Oil on linen
9 x 12 inches | 22.9 x 30.5 cm
©Image courtesy of Marinaro and the artist

 

Art:LIVE in collaboration with Deutsche Bank

Art:LIVE is a new broadcast and video program of accessible expert insights into recent developments in contemporary art and culture. Devised for audiences in a more distanced world, the content opens doors to inspiring spaces and important conversations, and offers exclusive access to artists, collectors, curators, and creatives in diverse fields. Taking the theme of ‘Reflect, Refocus, Reset’, this edition responds to the cautious optimism of the present moment and lessons from the recent past, and includes: an intimate talk with Marina Abramović in her NYC loft; a tour with Jessica Morgan through the expanded Dia: Chelsea, re-opening after two years of renovation, and the new site-specific commission by Lucy Raven; designer Delfina Delettrez on embracing family as a source of creative renewal; and a reflection by architect Annabelle Selldorf on her career and practice, following her landmark collaboration with the Frick Collection on its relocation to Marcel Breuer’s former Whitney Museum. The programme is available to watch on both Frieze.com and deutschewealth.com

 

Frieze New York 2021 at The Shed in Hudson Yards. ©Photograph by Casey Kelbaugh

 

 

The Shed

The Shed is a new cultural institution of and for the 21st century. It produces and welcomes innovative art and ideas, across all forms of creativity, to build a shared understanding of our rapidly changing world and a more equitable society. In its highly adaptable building on Manhattan’s west side, The Shed brings together established and emerging artists to create new work in fields ranging from pop to classical music, painting to digital media, theater to literature, and sculpture to dance. It seeks opportunities to collaborate with cultural peers and community organizations, work with like-minded partners, and provide unique spaces for private events. As an independent nonprofit that values invention, equity, and generosity, The Shed is committed to advancing art forms, addressing the urgent issues of our time, and making its work impactful, sustainable, and relevant to the local community, the cultural sector, New York City, and beyond.

 

 

The Shed. New York, NY.
©Courtesy Brett Beyer

 

 

Frieze New York  2021

May 5-9, 2021

The Shed –  Manhatta, New York