Best of Frieze New York 2017

The sixth edition of Frieze New York opens today with more than 200 galleries from 30 countries, including first-time exhibitors from Brazil, Guatemala, Japan, and Poland. Alongside those booths are a coterie of curated sections, from Spotlight, organized by Toby Kamps, to Frieze projects, organized by Cecilia Alemani. Here, our editors have rounded up their favorite pieces from the fair, which runs through May 7.

Frieze New York 2017

May 5–7

“Parted Plastic” (2017) by Eva LeWitt


“Ice 2” (2017) by Lorna Simpson

Hauser & Wirth

“Red Palm” (2016) by Yto Barrada


Akira Ikezoe

Proyectos Ultravioleta

“Red Holes 4” (2017) by Mel Kendrick

David Nolan

“Relatum” (2016) by Lee Ufan

Lisson Gallery

“Friend” (2017) by Sarah Braman

Mitchell-Innes & Nash

“Reception Room” (2017) by James Casabere

Sean Kelly

Carol Bove

David Zwirner

“WIDW. LAUNDER.” (2017) by Sterling Ruby

Xavier Hufkens

Read about Ruby and his collaboration with designer Raf Simons.

Anselm Reyle

Almine Rech

Peter Shire

Derek Eller Gallery

Read about Shire’s current exhibition in Los Angeles.

Matt Paweski

Herald St.

Awol Erizku

Night Gallery

"Matisse's Back in Twins" (1967/1994) by Barbara Chase-Riboud

Michael Rosenfeld Gallery

"Boucherouite II" (2017) by Francesca DiMattio

Salon 94

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