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Frieze Announces Galleries, Curators, Themed Sections and Exhibitions for the Eighth Edition of Frieze New York

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1 May 2019
New York, NY
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Frieze New York Seeks to Expand the Conversation about Art in its 2019 Edition, Featuring Ambitious Gallery Presentations, Collaborations with Museum Directors, New Curated Sections, and Special Exhibitions, Alongside the Launch of Frieze Sculpture at Rockefeller Center in New York 

Frieze New York today reveals the new galleries, exhibitions and dynamic themed sections for the 2019 fair, opening in Randall’s Island Park from May 1 through 5. Featuring leading galleries from 26 countries, Frieze New York showcases an extraordinary cross-section of work, from today’s most exciting emerging artists to seminal figures of the 20th century. Building on Frieze’s history as a platform for discovery and challenging the traditional art fair format, the eighth edition introduces new curators and collaborations with leading museum directors; including two exhibitions exploring virtual reality and the significance of self-taught artists, and two new sections celebrating Latin American art and New York’s pioneering gallery community. Frieze New York is supported by global lead partner Deutsche Bank for the eighth consecutive year.

Led by Victoria Siddall (Director, Frieze Fairs) and Loring Randolph (Artistic Director, Americas), Frieze New York introduces an unprecedented number of collaborations with leading museum directors from institutions in New York and across the US. Patrick Charpenel (Executive Director of El Museo del Barrio, New York) and Susanna V. Temkin (Curator) will curate will curate Diágolos, a new themed section for Latino and Latin American art. Franklin Sirmans (Director of the Perez Art Museum Miami) also joins the fair to oversee this year’s tribute section celebrating the enduring legacy of Linda Goode Bryant and her pivotal New York gallery, Just Above Midtown (JAM). A new exhibition of Virtual Reality artwork will be curated by Daniel Birnbaum (renowned curator, Director of Acute Art and formerly the Director of the Moderna Museet in Stockholm); and artist, Javier Téllez will curate an exhibition of self-taught artists in collaboration with The Outsider Art fair.

Frieze New York will also collaborate with Courtney J. Martin (Deputy Director and Chief Curator of the DIA Art Foundation) to oversee the 2019 Frieze Artist Award, supporting a new commission by an emerging artist. Laura Hoptman (Executive Director of the Drawing Center, New York), is the curatorial advisor of the fair’s Spotlight section, dedicated to 20th-century pioneers. Finally, Laura McLean-Ferris (Curator, Swiss Institute) and Andrew Bonacina (Chief Curator, The Hepworth Wakefield) return to advise Frame, the fair’s section for galleries aged 10 years or younger.

This week, Frieze New York also announces the launch of Frieze Sculpture at Rockefeller Center, created in partnership with Tishman Speyer, to be held annually at New York’s historic Rockefeller Center. Curator Brett Littman (Director of the Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum in Long Island City, New York) will oversee the new public art initiative, which will open the week of April 23 in the lead-up to Frieze New York and will remain on view through the end of June 2019.

Victoria Siddall (Director, Frieze Fairs) said: “This is an exceptionally strong year for content at Frieze New York, making this fair the leading platform in the city to discover as well as to buy art. From Laura Hoptman’s Spotlight to Franklin Sirmans’ tribute to JAM, this year’s edition continues to expand the potential of an art fair, showcasing new and under-represented art forms alongside the most significant names in modern and contemporary art. The Main section spans leading international galleries to the best young galleries from New York and I am very happy that we are also welcoming a number of new galleries from Asia. The inaugural Frieze Sculpture at Rockefeller Center is a great addition to what will be an unmissable week in New York.”

Loring Randolph (Artistic Director, Americas), said: “Frieze New York seeks to push boundaries and expand the conversation about contemporary art in its 2019 edition. With the contributions of an unprecedented number of museum directors, a range of ambitious gallery presentations, and an expanded program of curated sections and special exhibitions, Frieze New York presents historical and historyin-the-making content, all under one roof. I am honored to be working on our special sections with forward-thinking figures like Franklin Sirmans, Daniel Birnbaum, Laura Hoptman, Courtney J. Martin, Patrick Charpenel, and Javier Téllez to make Frieze New York a meaningful experience for galleries and visitors alike.”

Frieze New York 2019 will bring together top-tier gallery programs from around the world. The eighth edition welcomes growing participation from galleries across Asia, with major new additions from Taipei, Kolkata and Seoul with Tina Keng, Experimenter and PKM Gallery; and record participation from China with new participants Tang Contemporary Art, MadeIn Gallery, Capsule and Edouard Malingue joining Boersli Gallery and BANK who return from last year. These join significant contemporary galleries from across the US and the world, such as 303 Gallery, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, The Box, Gagosian, Hannah Hoffmann, Hauser & Wirth, David Kordansky Gallery, Andrew Kreps Gallery, Lehmann Maupin, Lisson Gallery, Maureen Paley, Massimo de Carlo, Mendes Wood DM, Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, Victoria Miro, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Jack Shainman Gallery, Sikkema Jenkins & Co., White Cube and David Zwirner, among many others.

The fair will also build on its reputation for exceptional 20th-century art with Acquavella Galleries, Donald Ellis, Bernard Jacobson, Cardi, Waddington Custot and Offer Waterman, among others returning to the main section, as well as a record number of galleries in the Spotlight section. 

The Frame and Focus sections continue Frieze’s long-term commitment to supporting and showcasing today’s most exciting young spaces through subsidized platforms. New additions from New York City include Company, Microscope Gallery, Marinaro and Gordon Robichaux; and Mariane Ibrahim, AND NOW, Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran and Unit 17 join to represent emerging art scenes in Seattle, Dallas, Montreal and Vancouver respectively.

CURATED GALLERY SECTIONS

Reflecting New York’s role as a nexus and catalyst for innovation and ideas in the art world, Frieze New York expands its commitment to dynamic curated sections with two new additions in 2019, inviting galleries to work with renowned curators to celebrate the enduring legacies of pivotal New York arts organizations.

NEW FOR 2019: DIÁLOGOS CURATED BY PATRICK CHARPENEL

In celebration of El Museo del Barrio’s 50th anniversary in 2019, Patrick Charpenel and Susanna V. Temkin (El Museo del Barrio) will present a new themed section focusing on art by contemporary Latino/Latinx and Latin American artists. Entitled Diálogos, this section will feature a sampling of both established and emerging artists who have been a part of El Museo’s history and represent the next generation of artists and cultural leaders.

Highlights include: Firelei Báez, Marta Chilindron, Angela Detanico, Eduoard Duval-Carrié, Ken Gonzales-Day, Rafael Lain, Ana Mendieta, Rubén Ortiz Torres, Dario Robleto, and Freddy Rodríguez, among others. Bringing together a selection of galleries from across the United States and Latin America, Diálogos will unite Latino/Latinx and Latin Americans artists who reflect a diversity of generations, identities, media, and practices. 

NEW FOR 2019: A TRIBUTE TO JUST ABOVE MIDTOWN AND LINDA GOODE BRYANT, CURATED BY FRANKLIN SIRMANS

Following the success of Matthew Higgs’s celebrated tribute to Hudson at Frieze New York 2018, Franklin Sirmans (Pérez Art Museum Miami) will pay homage to the pioneering non-profit New York arts organization Just Above Midtown (JAM) and its founder Linda Goode Bryant, reimagining the legendary space with a section of solo artist presentations by Lorna Simpson, Dawoud Bey, Howardena Pindell, Norman Lewis, Ming Smith, and Lorraine O’Grady, among others. 

Frieze will contribute 10% of the fees from the galleries in the section to Goode Bryant’s current non-profit initiative, Project Eats: a neighborhood-based urban agricultural partnership and social enterprise that creates sustainable food production and equitable distribution of those resources within and between communities. The full list of participating artists and galleries will be announced in the coming months.

SPOTLIGHT SELECTED FOR THE FIRST TIME BY LAURA HOPTMAN

As part of a new year-round collaboration between Frieze New York and The Drawing Center, Laura Hoptman will serve as the new curatorial advisor for the Spotlight section, with 33 galleries presenting solo presentations of significant work by overlooked figures and rarely seen practices of modern masters.

Hoptman said, “The Drawing Center is delighted to be partnering with Frieze, an organization with whom we share a love for modern and contemporary art, and a dedication to ideas and innovation. Spotlight is a program that I continue to find inspiring. This year’s section will showcase remarkable artworks by artists with fascinating histories and urgent stories to tell – from pioneering New Yorkers such as Louise Fishman, Mary Ann Unger, Knox Martin, Charles Hinman and Red Grooms to international Modern masters who are renowned in their own countries but lesser known in the U.S., like Elvira Bach from Germany and Paul Nash from the UK. This year, Spotlight will have a special emphasis on the radical potential of drawing, revealing the Renaissance techniques behind Alex Katz’s seminal paintings and the influences of architecture and sensuality in the drawings of Turkish artist Susan Hefuna. As always, the section will celebrate non-conformity and radical thinking in many forms and across geographical divides, from feminist pioneers like Leonor Fini, Greta Schödl and Kazuko Miyamoto, to ground-breaking figures inspired by spirituality and ancient cultures, such as Joan Brown, Rachid Koraïchi and Yüksel Arslan.” 

FRAME ADVISED BY LAURA MCLEAN-FERRIS & ANDREW BONACINA

Curators Andrew Bonacina and Laura McLean-Ferris will again oversee Frame, the fair’s celebrated section for emerging galleries aged 10 years or younger, showing museum-quality solo artist projects. Select artist highlights include Sarah Faux, Jonathan Lyndon Chase, Sanou Oumar, Thenjiwe Niki Nkosi and Letícia Parente

Bonacina and McLean-Ferris said, “As advisers to the Frame section, we are delighted to have contributed to the introduction of new galleries to the section from cities such as Florence, Shanghai, Dallas, and Vancouver. There were also many exciting proposals from galleries who are returning to the fair from Bogotá, Guatemala City, Sao Paulo, and Buenos Aires. Frame showcases new work being made in a great variety of global contexts, making it an excellent area for discovering emerging galleries, artists, and scenes. Within the section are a number of exciting proposals from artists, including new multimedia work by Leslie Thornton which includes the artist’s research at CERN and details of her family’s involvement in the Manhattan Project, new woven works by Diedrick Brackens exploring the figure of the 19th century Black cowboy, and a 1974 film installation by Takahiko Iimura, an early example of a work employing celluloid as material.”

NEW FOR 2019: EXHIBITION PROGRAM

Building on Frieze New York’s role as a platform for discovery, the fair will feature two curated exhibitions for the first time.

“THE DOORS OF PERCEPTION” CURATED BY JAVIER TÉLLEZ

Artist Javier Téllez will curate “The Doors Of Perception“, a project for Frieze New York in collaboration with the Outsider Art Fair. This exhibition of works by visionary artists from around the world will feature Noviadi Angkasapura (b. 1979, Indonesia), Guo Fengyi (1942- 2010, China), Melvin Way (b. 1954, USA), Adolf Wölfli (1864-1930, Switzerland), and Anna Zemánkova (1908-1986, Czech Republic), among many others.

NEW FOR 2019: “ELECTRIC” CURATED BY DANIEL BIRNBAUM

Daniel Birnbaum (Acute Art, formerly Moderna Museet in Stockholm), will oversee a Virtual Reality (VR) exhibition entitled “Electric”. Bringing together a selection of works by artists of different generations such as Anish Kapoor and Rachel Rossin, vsitors will experience the works within a booth-like immersive environment at the fair and online through their phones. 

FRIEZE ARTIST AWARD CURATED BY COURTNEY J. MARTIN

The Frieze Artist Award supported by the Luma Foundation will return for its second year in New York, curated for the first time by Courtney J. Martin (DIA Art Foundation) and enabling a major new commission by an emerging artist at the fair. Applications for the Award closed in January and the selected artist will be announced in the Spring. Martin will chair the selection panel, which this year includes Paulina Pobocha (Associate Curator of MOMA) and Rina Banerjee (artist and Senior Critic of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts). 

FRIEZE TALKS PROGRAMMED BY TOM ECCLES AND AMY ZION

Tom Eccles and Amy Zion (Bard College, New York) return to coorganize Frieze Talks, which pairs today’s most searching and innovative literary figures with artists, writers, and curators working in the contemporary art field. The full line-up for 2019 will be announced soon. 

PRESENTATION HIGHLIGHTS: SIGNIFICANT WORK BY EXCEPTIONAL ARTISTS

Thought-provoking and exceptional presentations of contemporary and modern art, from across the main and curated sections, include: 

Generations of New York and US painters, such as:

  • New York abstractionist William T. Williams showing a never-beforeexhibited body of paintings with Michael Rosenfeld Gallery (New York, main), concurrent with his inclusion in “Black Refractions: Highlights from the Studio Museum in Harlem” which tours the US in 2019; 
  • New York-based Charles Mayton showing a new body of work, which continues the artist’s investigation into the studio, and the tools, techniques, and rituals of painting (with David Lewis, New York, Focus); and
  • Brooklyn-based painter Sarah Faux (Capsule Shanghai, Shanghai, Frame) who will create a site-specific wall drawing composed of bodies in motion, together with new oil paintings, involving the viewer in a polymorphous moment of touch. 

 

Sculptural and conceptual installations exploring politics, society, architecture and identity, such as:

  • New York-based artist Nari Ward’s survey presentation with Lehmann Maupin (New York, main) concurrent with his first museum show in New York at the New Museum (opening February 2019); alongside Helen Pashgian, a primary member of California’s Light and Space Movement of the 1960s making her debut with the gallery; 
  • California-based sculptor Fred Eversley, renowned for his participation in the Light and Space movement, showing a retrospective of selected works with David Kordansky Gallery (Los Angeles, main);
  • A solo presentation of never-before-seen work by New York artist Leslie Thornton (Unit 17, Vancouver, Frame), expanding on Thornton’s research into history and technology at CERN (The European Organization for Nuclear Research); and
  • Chicago-based artist and musician Lisa Alvarado (with Bridget Donahue and LC Queisser, Frame) presenting a new installation entitled ‘Moving Space and Frozen Time’ which combines painting, textiles and sound.

 

Presentations of seminal 20th-century art include:

  • A two-artist show featuring Modernist pioneers Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008) and Robert Indiana (1928-2018) with Waddington Custot (London, main);
  • An exhibition of major historical Native American works of art from various Great Plains cultures, presented by Donald Ellis Gallery (New York, main); and
  • Minimalist Dutch artist Ad Dekkers’ (1938-1974) solo presentation with BorzoGallery (Amsterdam, main) and The Mayor Gallery (London, main).  

 

NEW YORK CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL: COLLABORATION WITH THE RAY JOHNSON ESTATE

This year Frieze New York is collaborating with the Ray Johnson Estate to continue the ‘New York Correspondence School’ – an ongoing mail art project founded by Ray Johnson with past participants including James Rosenquist, Andy Warhol, Coco Gordon, Edith “Little Edie” Beale, Ruth Asawa, Karl Wirsum, Betty Parsons, John Baldessari, Ed Ruscha, Lynda Benglis and many more. All Frieze participating galleries and the artists they represent are invited to respond to Johnson’s “Please Add To & Return To” template. Contributions by contemporary artists including Paulo Bruscky, Hugh Hanley, Susan Hefuna, Scott Myles, Kapwani Kiwanga, Michelle Oka Doner, Matthew Ronay and Martin Roth, among many others, can be seen @FriezeArtFair #RayJohnsonProject on Instagram and on frieze.com.

FRIEZE WEEK IN NEW YORK

Frieze Week in New York brings together collectors, arts professionals, institutional leaders, and the public to experience the range of major art exhibitions, programs, and events taking place in New York during Frieze Week. 

Major exhibitions in New York open during Frieze Week include: 

  • Nari Ward : We the People” at The New Museum;
  • Gina Beavers” and “Simone Fattal” at MoMA PS1;
  • Joan Miró - Birth of the World” and “Lincoln Kirstein’s Modern” at Museum of Modern Art (MoMA);
  • Kwang Young Chun: Aggregations” and “Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving” at the Brooklyn Museum;
  • Neo Rauch at The Drawing Center; and 
  • REICH RICHTER PÄRT at The Shed

 

PARTNERS

In addition to global lead partner Deutsche Bank, Frieze New York 2019 partners with BMW, BOMBAY SAPPHIRE®, LIFEWTR, MATCHESFASHION.COM, Richard Mille, Official Champagne Ruinart, Financial Times, Bulleit Frontier Whiskey, Tequila don Julio and Johnnie Walker. The Frieze Artist Award is supported by Luma Foundation.

GALLERIES

Main

303 Gallery, New York

Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York

Acquavella Galleries, New York

Alfonso Artiaco, Naples

Balice Hertling, Paris

Peter Blum Gallery, New York

Boers-Li Gallery, New York, Beijing

Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York, Los Angeles

BorzoGallery, Amsterdam

The Box, Los Angeles

The Breeder, Athens

Canada, New York

Cardi, Milan, London

Chi-Wen Gallery, Taipei

James Cohan, New York

Alan Cristea Gallery, London

Massimo De Carlo, Milan, London, Hong Kong

Durham Press, Durham PA, New York

Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York

Derek Eller Gallery, New York

Donald Ellis Gallery, New York, Vancouver

Henrique Faria, New York

Fortes D'Aloia & Gabriel, São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro

Foxy Production, New York

Fredericks & Freiser, New York

Stephen Friedman Gallery, London

Frith Street Gallery, London

Gagosian, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, London, Paris, Rome, Athens, Geneva, Hong Kong

Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg, Cape Town

Alexander Gray Associates, New York

Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago, New York

Garth Greenan Gallery, New York

Grimm, Amsterdam, New York

Kavi Gupta, Chicago

Haines Gallery, San Francisco

Hales, London, New York

Hauser & Wirth, London, New York, Somerset, Los Angeles, Zurich, Gstaad, St. Moritz, Hong Kong

Xavier Hufkens, Brussels

Gallery Hyundai, Seoul

Ingleby, Edinburgh

Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London

Kaikai Kiki Gallery, Tokyo

Casey Kaplan, New York

Karma, New York

Kasmin, New York

Kayne Griffin Corcoran, Los Angeles

Sean Kelly Gallery, New York, Taipei

Tina Keng Gallery, Taipei

Tina Kim Gallery, New York

David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles

Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York

Lehmann Maupin, New York, Hong Kong, Seoul

Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, Paris

Lisson Gallery, London, New York

Marlborough, New York, London

The Mayor Gallery, London

Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo, Brussels, New York

Victoria Miro, London, Venice

Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York

The Modern Institute, Glasgow

Nature Morte, New Delhi

David Nolan Gallery, New York

Galleria Lorcan O'Neill, Rome

Overduin & Co., Los Angeles

P.P.O.W, New York

P420, Bologna

Maureen Paley, London, Hove

Franklin Parrasch Gallery, New York

Parrasch Heijnen Gallery, Los Angeles

Peres Projects, Berlin

Perrotin, Paris, New York, Hong Kong, Seoul, Tokyo, Shanghai

Pierogi, New York

Project 88, Mumbai

Galeria Marilia Razuk, São Paulo

Galeria Nara Roesler, São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, New York

Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, London, Paris, Salzburg

Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, New York

Salon 94, New York

Jack Shainman Gallery, New York

Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York

Tang Contemporary Art, Beijing, Bangkok, Hong Kong

The Third Line, Dubai

Travesía Cuatro, Madrid, Mexico City, Guadalajara

Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi

Vermelho, São Paulo

Axel Vervoordt Gallery, Antwerp, Hong Kong

Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Los Angeles

Waddington Custot, London

Offer Waterman, London

White Cube, London, Hong Kong

David Zwirner, New York, London, Hong Kong

Focus

Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, New York

Bridget Donahue, New York

Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles

Experimenter, Kolkata

Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles

Hannah Hoffman, Los Angeles

Ivan Gallery, Bucharest

Jhaveri Contemporary, Mumbai

Koenig & Clinton, New York

LC Queisser, Tbilisi

David Lewis, New York

Josh Lilley, London

lokal_30, Warsaw

Lyles & King, New York

MadeIn Gallery, Shanghai

Magenta Plains, New York

Edouard Malingue Gallery, Hong Kong, Shanghai

Meessen De Clercq, Brussels

mor charpentier, Paris

Morán Morán, Los Angeles

Night Gallery, Los Angeles

Ryan Lee, New York

Seventeen, London

Société, Berlin

Simone Subal Gallery, New York

Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York

Vigo, London

Kate Werble Gallery, New York

Frame

And Now, Dallas Olivia Erlanger

Bank, Shanghai Huang Yanyan

Capsule Shanghai, Shanghai Sarah Faux

Company, New York Jonathan Lyndon Chase

Downs & Ross, New York Ivy Haldeman

Drei, Cologne Cédric Eisenring

Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran, Montreal Ambera Wellmann

Galería Nora Fisch, Buenos Aires Claudia Fontes

Gordon Robichaux, New York Sanou Oumar

Mariane Ibrahim Gallery, Seattle Thenjiwe Niki Nkosi

Instituto de Visión, Bogotá Alberto Baraya

Marinaro, New York Anthony Iacono 

Galeria Jaqueline Martins, São Paulo Ricardo Basbaum

Microscope Gallery, New York Takahiko Iimura

PM8, Vigo Gintautas Trimakas

Proyectos Ultravioleta, Guatemala City Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa

Unit 17, Vancouver Leslie Thornton

Various Small Fires (VSF), Los Angeles Diedrick Brackens

Veda, Florence Amitai Romm

Walden, Buenos Aires Rodolfo Marqués

Spotlight

Gallery 38, Tokyo Kokuta Suda

George Adams Gallery, New York Joan Brown

Aicon Gallery, New York Rachid Koraïchi

Galeria de Arte Almeida e Dale, São Paulo Eleonore Koch

Anglim Gilbert Gallery, San Francisco Jim Melchert

Dastan's Basement, Tehran Bijan Saffari

Davidson Gallery, New York Mary Ann Unger

Frameless Gallery, London  Louise Fishman

Galerist, Istanbul Yüksel Arslan

Leila Heller Gallery, New York, Dubai Leonor Fini

Galerie Kornfeld, Berlin Elvira Bach 

Loevenbruck, Paris Roland Dorcély

Galería Javier López & Fer Francés, Madrid Alex Katz

Marlborough Red Grooms

MCMC, Buenos Aires Eduardo Costa

Partners & Mucciaccia, London, Singapore Gianni Piacentino

Galeri Nev, Ankara Yüksel Arslan

Parafin, London Tim Head

Pi Artworks, London, Istanbul Susan Hefuna

Piano Nobile, London Paul Nash

Galeria Marilia Razuk, São Paulo Eleonore Koch

Ronchini Gallery, London Katsumi Nakai

Rosenfeld Porcini, London Riccardo Guarneri

Richard Saltoun Gallery, London Greta Schödl

Galeria Casado Santapau, Madrid Waldo Balart

Georgia Scherman Projects, Toronto Suzy Lake

Craig F. Starr Gallery, New York Eleanore Mikus

Marc Straus, New York Charles Hinman

Hollis Taggart, New York Knox Martin 

Trapéz, Budapest László Lakner

Walden, Buenos Aires Luis Fernando Benedit

Weiss Berlin, Berlin Anna Zemánková

Zürcher Gallery, New York, Paris Kazuko Miyamoto

Non-Profits

Allied Editions, London

White Columns, New York

Diálogos (in formation)

Cecilia de Torres, New York 

Luis De Jesus, Los Angeles 

Embajada, San Juan 

Kavi Gupta, Chicago 

Hutchinson Modern, New York 

Inman Gallery, Houston 

Isla Flotante, Buenos Aires

Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, Paris 

Proxyco Gallery, New York 

Lyle O. Reitzel Gallery, Santo Domingo, New York

Royale Projects, Los Angeles 

JAM (in formation)

Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco 

Stephen Daiter Gallery, Chicago 

Alexander Gray Associates, New York

 

Garth Greenan, New York

Hauser & Wirth, London, New York, Somerset, Los Angeles, Zurich, Gstaad, St. 

Jenkins Johnson Gallery, San Francisco, New York 

Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, New York 

The full list of participating galleries and artist for Diálogos and JAM will be announced in the coming months

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