Here’s the 2014 Frieze New York Exhibitor List

Frieze New York is returning for its third edition in 2014, drawing 192 galleries from 28 countries to its big,

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Frieze New York is returning for its third edition in 2014, drawing 192 galleries from 28 countries to its big, bright white tent on Randall’s Island from May 9 to 12. The London-born fair appears to have taken hold in its new city, with a consistent number of local galleries returning—53 New York dealers will show at the next edition—along with some notable newcomers. “What’s nice to see is we’ve added Barbara Gladstone this year, who’s a great, stellar foundation of a community in New York,” Frieze co-director Amanda Sharp told The Observer. Among the New York galleries coming back for another year are Luhring Augustine, Jack Shainman, Paul Kasmin and Marian Goodman, who basically won Frieze New York 2013 by staging a Tino Sehgal performance piece in her booth.

“We’ve definitely got more America and I think a comparable number of New York [galleries], so I think that’s a very good sign that we’ve got more coming from outside of New York than we had last year,” said Ms. Sharp of the dealer distribution, noting that the number of West Coast galleries is growing. “With San Francisco in particular, we’ve seen an uplift.”

The upcoming edition of the fair sadly won’t feature a Sculpture Park, the collection of outdoor works that Tom Eccles, executive director of the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College, has curated for the past two years. Though Paul McCarthy’s behemoth Balloon Dog (2013), the most conspicuous piece in the park last year, was a spectacular part of the fair landscape, Ms. Sharp said some pieces struggled with size issues. “I think that there’s something about scale and the tent that is very challenging for works put in close relief to it,” said Ms. Sharp. The grassy outdoor space will not go unused. According to Ms. Sharp, Frieze Projects—ambitious works created specifically for the fair—will spill out of the tent.

Cecilia Alemani, director of the High Line’s arts programs, is returning to curate Frieze Projects and Frieze Sounds for a third year. While full details on what she’s planning won’t be announced until early 2014, Ms. Sharp said Ms. Alemani “has a few more projects up her sleeve this year than last.” At least one of these will be a reprisal of a historical piece, as she has done in past years, resurrecting Gordon Matta-Clark’s and Carol Gooden’s artist-run restaurant Food in 2013 and a John Ahearn casting project the year before. This one should be a real showstopper. “Many, many museums have wanted to revisit it, but it’s never been redone before,” said Ms. Sharp, stopping herself from giving any more hints. Let the betting pools begin.

The Frame section of the fair, which is dedicated to solo presentations by galleries under eight years old, is getting a new adviser. Rodrigo Moura, who helped shaped Frame for the fair’s first two editions, will be succeeded by Raphael Gygax, curator at the Migros Museum, Zurich, who will work with returning New York-based curator Tim Saltarelli. “I think it just generally reaches a point where people are keen to move on, from both sides,” said Ms. Sharp of the change. “It’s good to bring someone with a new set of relationships and a new eye in, just to make sure things don’t become staid or repetitious and to make sure that you’re never open to any of that potential concern that you’re ossifying, that you may have favorites. That you really do keep it fresh, I think is really critical.”

Ms. Sharp highlighted the high number of solo presentations slated for the main section of the fair. Rome’s Galleria Lorcan O’Neill, for instance, will show Eddie Peake, “which I think is very timely based on the success he had at Performa this year” and London’s Wilkinson gallery will exhibit work by Joan Jonas. In Focus, a section dedicated to galleries founded in or after 2003, NoguerasBlanchard (Barcelona) will bring work by Wilfredo Prieto, Kate MacGarry (London) is filling her booth with B. Wurtz, Tanya Leighton (Berlin) will stage a historical presentation of Bruce McClean and Ancient & Modern (London) is planning on bringing “very substantial” works by Norbert Prangenberg. Additionally, espaivisor (Valencia) is showing Sanja Ivekovic, who was the subject of a retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in early 2012.

“One thing that we’re seeing really trending actually through this year’s fair is quite a strong feminist trend,” said Ms. Sharp. “There are a lot of very, very interesting female positions being shown.” Among them is a collaborative project cooked up by New York galleries Elizabeth Dee and Broadway 1602.

The number of countries represented by this year’s exhibitors is slightly down from the 2013 edition, which drew participants from 32 countries. The next Frieze will feature galleries from 28 nations, losing galleries from Argentina, Ireland, Russia, Australia and New Zealand. The fair will gain voices from Mexico, which was not represented in 2013, with the arrival, from Mexico City, of Kurimanzutto (which participated in 2012 but not 2013) and Proyectos Monclova (which is new to Frieze and will appear in the Frame section). Several international galleries that joined last year like Shanghai’s Leo Xu are returning, while others, such as Cape Town’s Whatiftheworld, are taking a break.

The next edition of Frieze aspires to be the most accessible, with the addition of subsidized tickets. Over 1,000 tickets priced at $10 will become available in late February on a first-come, first-served basis to students, who had to pay $26 to enter the last fair. “New York is such a richly deep culture,” said Ms. Sharp. “There’s so much to see in this city and so many wonderful things, but the fair is probably the most international art event that happens here, certainly in terms of the quality of the galleries participating. It does give people who are interested in seeing contemporary art an amazing snapshot of what’s happening in the world today.”


303 Gallery, New York
Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York
Air de Paris, Paris
Altman Siegel, San Francisco
The Approach, London
Arratia Beer, Berlin
Art : Concept, Paris
Alfonso Artiaco, Naples
Laura Bartlett Gallery, London
Galeria Elba Benitez, Madrid
Peter Blum Gallery, New York
Boers-Li Gallery, Beijing
Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York
Bortolami, New York
The Box, Los Angeles
The Breeder, Athens
Broadway 1602, New York
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
Galerie Buchholz, Cologne
Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago
Canada, New York
Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne
carlier | gebauer, Berlin
Casa Triângulo, São Paulo
Cheim & Read, New York
James Cohan Gallery, New York
Sadie Coles HQ, London
Galleria Continua, San Gimignano
Pilar Corrias, London
CRG Gallery, New York
Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris
Massimo De Carlo, Milan
Elizabeth Dee, New York
dépendance, Brussels
Dvir Gallery, Tel Aviv
Galerie Eigen + Art, Berlin
Galerie Frank Elbaz, Paris
Derek Eller Gallery, New York
Foksal Gallery Foundation, Warsaw
Galeria Fortes Vilaça, São Paulo
Marc Foxx Gallery, Los Angeles
Fredericks & Freiser, New York
Carl Freedman Gallery, London
Stephen Friedman Gallery, London
Frith Street Gallery, London
Gagosian Gallery, New York
gb agency, Paris
A Gentil Carioca, Rio de Janeiro
Gladstone Gallery, New York
Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg
Marian Goodman Gallery, New York
Alexander Gray Associates, New York
Greene Naftali, New York
greengrassi, London
Galerie Karin Guenther, Hamburg
Jack Hanley Gallery, New York
Hauser & Wirth, New York
Herald St, London
Xavier Huf kens, Brussels
Gallery Hyundai, Seoul
In Situ – Fabienne Leclerc, Paris
Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo
Alison Jacques Gallery, London
Galerie Martin Janda, Vienna
Rodolphe Janssen, Brussels
Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver
Kadel Willborn, Düsseldorf
Casey Kaplan, New York
Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm
Karma International, Zurich
Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York
Sean Kelly Gallery, New York
Anton Kern Gallery, New York
Tina Kim Gallery, New York
Johann König, Berlin
David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles
Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York
Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna
Kukje Gallery, Seoul
kurimanzutto, Mexico City
Yvon Lambert, Paris
Lehmann Maupin, New York
Galerie Lelong, New York
Lisson Gallery, London
Long March Space, Beijing
Luhring Augustine, New York
McCaffrey Fine Art, New York
Galerie Greta Meert, Brussels
Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo
galerie kamel mennour, Paris
Massimo Minini, Brescia
Victoria Miro, London
Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York
Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London
The Modern Institute, Glasgow
Taro Nasu, Tokyo
Galleria Lorcan O’Neill, Rome
Overduin & Co., Los Angeles
P.P.O.W, New York
Maureen Paley, London
Galerie Perrotin, New York
Galerie Francesca Pia, Zurich
Galeria Plan B, Berlin
Galerija Gregor Podnar, Berlin
Galerie Praz-Delavallade, Paris
Simon Preston Gallery, New York
Project 88, Mumbai
ProjecteSD, Barcelona
Rampa, Istanbul
Almine Rech Gallery, Brussels
Regen Projects, Los Angeles
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris
Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York
Salon 94, New York
Esther Schipper, Berlin
Galerie Thomas Schulte, Berlin
Sfeir-Semler, Beirut
Jack Shainman Gallery, New York
Sies + Höke, Düsseldorf
Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York
Sommer Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv
Sprüth Magers Berlin London, Berlin
Standard (Oslo), Oslo
Stevenson, Cape Town
T293, Rome
Timothy Taylor Gallery, London
team (gallery, inc.), New York
Richard Telles, Los Angeles
The Third Line, Dubai
Vermelho, São Paulo
Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Los Angeles
Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen
Wallspace, New York
Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin
White Cube, London
Wien Lukatsch, Berlin
Wilkinson, London
Galerie Jocelyn Wolff, Paris
Zeno X Gallery, Antwerp
David Zwirner, New York


47 Canal, New York
Ancient & Modern, London
Johan Berggren Gallery, Malmö
Jessica Bradley Gallery, Toronto
Brennan & Griffin, New York
Galeria Casas Riegner, Bogotá
Lisa Cooley, New York
Croy Nielsen, Berlin
espaivisor, Valencia
Freymond-Guth Fine Arts, Zurich
Galerie Cinzia Friedlaender, Berlin
James Fuentes, New York
François Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles
Grimm Gallery, Amsterdam
Galerie Andreas Huber, Vienna
Ivan Gallery, Bucharest
Le Guern Gallery, Warsaw
Tanya Leighton, Berlin
Kate MacGarry, London
Mor Charpentier, Paris
MOT International, London
Night Gallery, Los Angeles
NoguerasBlanchard, Barcelona
Ramiken Crucible, New York
Raster, Warsaw
Ratio 3, San Francisco
Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco
Société, Berlin
Take Ninagawa, Tokyo
Untitled, New York
Vistamare, Pescara


Christian Andersen, Copenhagen: Lina Viste Grønli
Bureau, New York: Lionel Maunz
Carlos/Ishikawa, London: Richard Sides
Clages, Cologne: Claus Richter
Laurel Gitlen, New York: Allyson Vieira
Dan Gunn, Berlin: Adrià Julià
Kendall Koppe, Glasgow: Ella Kruglyanskaya
Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Berlin: Avery Singer
Galeria Jaqueline Martins, São Paulo: Regina Vater
Misako & Rosen, Tokyo: Kazuyuki Takezaki
NON, Istanbul: Meriç Algün Ringborg
Proyectos Monclova, Mexico City: José León Cerrillo
PSM, Berlin: Ariel Reichman
Real Fine Arts, New York: Lena Henke
Barbara Seiler, Zurich: Shana Lutker
Gregor Staiger, Zurich: Vittorio Brodmann
Simone Subal Gallery, New York: Florian Meisenberg
Sultana, Paris: Bettina Samson
Tempo Rubato, Tel Aviv: Joav BarEl
Leo Xu Projects, Shanghai: Guo Hongwei

Here’s the 2014 Frieze New York Exhibitor List