Frieze New York 2024

‘Art-world passport office’ at 1-54 fair in New York seeks to highlight migration issues

The project, devised by the cultural platform artHARARE, enables a metaphorical journey across the international circuit

Single-artist stands punch above their weight at Frieze New York

The gallery presentation format brings sales—and more—amid broader market tightness

‘There were lots of parties here’: exhibition of Rauschenberg’s photographs opens at his former New York residence

The show in this deeply personal setting offers an insight into the artist‘s relationship to the medium that interested him above all others

‘It has all the capacity to move somebody’: fibre art celebrated in pop-up New York show

The exhibition, staged in the historic South Street Seaport district, brings textile works to an 18th-century warehouse

The New Art Dealers Alliance fair returns to New York’s Chelsea with off-the-wall works

The fair’s tenth edition features a critical mass of unusually arranged sculptures.

Frieze New York's animal art gives fairgoers paws for thought

From fabulous fish to playful pups, The Shed in Chelsea is crawling with wildlife

'Sometimes missing something creates an opportunity down the road': Pete Scantland on avoiding non-buyer's remorse

The Ohio-based collector and board president at the Columbus Museum of Art talks about finding an unusual spot to place a Carol Bove work and the Louis Fratino that got away

Back to his roots: Ukrainian Museum in New York offers another angle on Peter Hujar

Show shines a light on lesser-known early images by the celebrated photographer

As Frieze New York opens, city's art market takes centre stage

The city's collectors were out in force during the fair's preview day at The Shed

The female form takes many shapes at Future Fair

The Frieze New York satellite fair features an array of largely light-hearted works displaying melted, jumbled and disembodied limbs

New Tribeca gallery Ensemble seeks alternative representation format

The gallery intends to test out a collaborative sustainability model.

1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair marks a decade in New York

This year’s showcase for contemporary African art is bigger than ever

Cecilia Alemani on her top picks from Frieze New York

The curator of The High Line and the 2022 Venice Biennale highlights works by Pacita Abad, Alex Da Corte and more

‘Once you know the history, you see it everywhere’: Nona Faustine on uncovering New York’s uncomfortable past

At the Brooklyn Museum, the American photographer’s self-portraits reveal the city’s links to colonialism and slavery that were largely erased

How ‘more mature’ collectors are powering the NFT market’s comeback

While Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies reach new highs, the market for digital art has not experienced the same frenzy of speculation as in 2021. Recent auction results, however, suggest that an appetite is once more growing

‘I have a John Ahearn female bust in our powder room’: Miyoung Lee on startling her house guests

The vice chair of the Whitney Museum of American Art explains why an early Simone Leigh work would have been a very risky purchase

New York show celebrates the inner lives of Toshiko Takaezu’s ceramics

The Hawaiian artist’s retrospective at the Noguchi Museum takes a multi-sensory approach to her singular sculptures

Maurizio Cattelan’s bullet-strewn gold installation in New York draws a connection between wealth and violence

The artist's latest work, on show at Gagosian, was created with the help of a Brooklyn gun range

Meat me in Times Square: artists create giant 65ft-long hot dog sculpture for the New York plaza

Project by Jen Catron and Paul Outlaw is a “tongue-in-cheek tribute to and critique of all that the hot dog has come to symbolise”

‘It’s a dream for an artist to be able to do this’: Walton Ford on creating a lion's den at the Morgan Library & Museum

The artist’s show includes a menagerie of recently gifted sketches, large-scale watercolours and selections from the permanent collection

How a gallery scene is quietly blossoming in New York’s Flower District

Galleries and non-profits are finding meaningful connections with collectors and artists off Manhattan’s beaten path

The outdoor art not to miss in Manhattan during Frieze New York

From The High Line to Marcus Garvey Park, the borough is buzzing with exciting public works

'It was as if the painting was calling out to me': Kim Manocherian on why collecting means playing the long game

The New York-based collector describes her enduring love affair with Paula Rego’s work and why a Sam Jinks sculpture may not be conducive to a good night’s sleep

New Manhattan art fair has Estonian flavour

Esther, established by two gallerists from the Baltic state, is inspired by the pop-up Basel Social Club

Brazil’s moment in the art-world spotlight extends to Frieze New York

This is the second year running in which the country will have five galleries attending—the highest number as a percentage of total exhibitors

Frieze New York doubles down on local galleries and artists for latest edition

The fair’s organisers have partnered with organisations across the city while New York dealers have a major presence