Frieze New York 2024 returns to The Shed in New York with a new curator for Focus, more than 60 galleries from 25 countries and an extensive program of events and activations. This year’s edition will be held from May 1-5.


Located once again at The Shed, the fair will include more than 60 galleries spanning 25 countries. Frieze New York will also celebrate the city as a cultural capital and leader of the international art market, with activations that include collaborative projects with some of the city’s significant non-profit arts organizations.


The 2024 lineup features strong representation from New York-based galleries, with more than half of this year’s participants operating a space in the city. Notable exhibitors include: 303 Gallery, Miguel Abreu Gallery, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, Canada, Chapter NY, James Cohan, Gagosian, Gladstone Gallery, Alexander Gray Associates, Hauser & Wirth, Casey Kaplan, Karma, Anton Kern, Andrew Kreps Gallery, Matthew Marks Gallery, Ortuzar Projects, Pace Gallery and David Zwirner.


International galleries showing at the fair include Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel, Xavier Hufkens, Gallery Hyundai, Kurimanzutto, Massimodecarlo, Victoria Miro, Silverlens, Sprüth Magers and Stevenson.

Focus Section

Frieze’s highly regarded section for young galleries features 11 exhibitors at Frieze New York 2024, each showing solo presentations by emerging or under-appreciated artists. Overseen for the first time by Lumi Tan (curator, writer and Curatorial Director, Luna Luna), the section features four new participants this year: Central Galeria, Kapp Kapp, Madragoa and Patron. They will show alongside Matthew Brown, Capsule Shanghai, Company Gallery, Cooper Cole, Mitre Galeria, Gordon Robichaux and Tif Sigfrids.


Frieze Week New York 

Throughout Frieze Week, events and activities will take place across New York art spaces, including the opening of major institutional exhibitions: Petrit Halilaj’s Roof Garden Commission at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, “Arlene Shechet: Girl Group” at Storm King Art Center and “Mika Tajima: Super Natural” at the Hill Art Foundation. Frieze New York also coincides with several landmark shows, including the 81st installment of the Whitney Biennial, “Hiroshige’s 100 Famous Views of Edo (feat. Takashi Murakami)” at the Brooklyn Museum, “The Harlem Renaissance and Transatlantic Modernism” at the Met, “Joan Jonas: Good Night Good Morning” at MoMA and Pacita Abad at MoMA PS1.

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