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Frieze New York lines up mega-galleries and new faces for the fair’s 2023 edition

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Frieze New York unveiled the more than 60 galleries that will participate in the 2023 edition of the fair (May 17-21), including a handful of newcomers from around the world.

Frieze New York will feature many of the anticipated global mega-galleries, including the four biggest: Gagosian, Hauser & Wirth, Pace and David Zwirner. The fair will also feature booths from many of New York’s leading galleries, including Alexander Gray Associates, Andrew Kreps Gallery, 303 Gallery, Karma, James Cohan, Michael Werner, Ortuzar Projects and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery.

They will be joined by galleries from 27 countries, including White Cube, Perrotin, Gallery Hyundai, Goodman Gallery and Xavier Hufkens. Arcadia Missa, Emalin and Tiwani Contemporary in London, Neue Alte Brücke in Frankfurt, Silverlens in Manila (the gallery opened an outpost in Manhattan last summer), Miter Galeria from Belo Horizonte and São Paulo, Whistle from Seoul and Derosia from New York.

Visitors flocked to the Victoria Miro stand at Frieze New York last year Courtesy of Casey Kelbaugh/Frieze

The number of exhibitors for the 2023 show is consistent with the last two editions, since the event moved to The Shed at Hudson Yards in 2021 after a one-year hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The number of galleries participating in this year’s fair is the maximum The Shed can accommodate. In 2019, the last year of the fair in its original location – a giant tent erected on Randall’s Island – it hosted more than 190 exhibitors. The number of galleries exhibiting at Frieze New York peaked in 2016, when 202 galleries participated.

This year marks the 11th edition of Frieze New York, which is now Frieze’s smallest fair. Frieze London 2022 featured more than 160 booths (not including the concurrent Frieze Masters show) and Frieze Los Angeles in February welcomed more than 120, while the first Friesland Fair in Seoul presented 100 booths. Frieze competes with other events in an increasingly busy New York art market calendar in May, which includes Tefaf New York, the Future Fair and Independent the previous week, concurrent fairs like the 1 -54 Contemporary African Art Fair and Nada New York, as well as major spring auctions at Christie’s, Phillips and Sotheby’s.

• You can consult the complete list of exhibitors Frieze New York 2023 here.

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