Highlights from Frieze Art Fair 2024, NYC (Video)

This year, The Shed in New York is hosting the return of the fair, boasting a new Focus curator, over 60 galleries representing 25 countries, and a rich program of events and activations.

The Frieze Art Fair runs from May 1 to 5. Once again held at The Shed, the fair features over 60 galleries from 25 countries. Frieze New York highlights the city’s status as a cultural hub and a leader in the global art market, with activities including collaborative projects with key non-profit arts organizations in the city.

Christine Messineo, Frieze’s Director of Americas, expresses, “In a city known for its diverse art scene, Frieze is delighted to gather top exhibitors under one roof, showcasing the best in contemporary art. Frieze New York offers a global perspective while highlighting the city’s exceptional galleries and supporting non-profit organizations that contribute to New York’s vibrant arts communities.”

Global Representation

The 2024 lineup features a strong presence of New York-based galleries, with over half of this year’s participants rooted 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 joining the fair include Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel, Xavier Hufkens, Gallery Hyundai, Kurimanzutto, Massimodecarlo, Victoria Miro, Silverlens, Sprüth Magers, and Stevenson.


Section Frieze’s renowned section for emerging galleries presents 11 exhibitors at Frieze New York 2024, each showcasing solo presentations by emerging or under-recognized artists. Overseen for the first time by Lumi Tan, the section includes four new participants this year: Central Galeria, Kapp Kapp, Madragoa, and Patron. They join Matthew Brown, Capsule Shanghai, Company Gallery, Cooper Cole, Mitre Galeria, Gordon Robichaux, and Tif Sigfrids. Focus is sponsored by Stone Island, facilitating gallery participation and ensuring a platform for discovering new talent.

Tan comments, “This year’s Focus section expands the notion of discovery beyond age or exposure. Audiences will encounter innovators who have long championed narratives and perspectives overlooked by mainstream culture. It’s an exciting opportunity to unite seasoned artists with younger talents who share common artistic and societal concerns.”


Frieze New York 2024 presents a diverse program of original commissions, unique events, and creative collaborations, partnering with organizations like Performance Space, Artists Space, High Line Art, and the Rockefeller Center.

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