Galleries from 39 countries will participate this year at Frieze Art Fairs

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Fairs organizers Frieze London and Frieze Masters have named 276 galleries from 39 countries that will participate in its upcoming exhibitions in 2021. Both of them are scheduled for October 13-17 at Regent’s Park in the British capital.

These will be the first Art Frieze fairs to be held in London since 2019 and will be accompanied by exhibition-linked online viewing rooms and an enhanced digital program. Unlike Art Basel in Switzerland, which will take place at the end of September, Frieze did not say if it plans to help arrange stands for international exhibitors.

The art fair visitors will be required to provide proof of vaccination or recent negative test for Covid-19. Considered the most important exhibitions in Europe, Frieze Art Fairs were still able to attract large galleries, despite continued restrictions on international travel and concerns about an increase in the number of Covid varieties.

Among the participants in the Frieze London main section are mega galleries such as Gagosian, Hauser & Wirth, Pace, and David Zwirner, as well as other large enterprises such as David Kordansky, Lehmann Maupin, Galerie Lelong & Co., Mendes Wood DM., Victoria Miro, Sprüth Magers, and White Cube.

Frieze London 2019

“The list of participating galleries confirms that London is one of the most exciting capitals in the art world and has survived the pandemic with enormous resilience,” said Frieze London Artistic Director Eva Langreth. This year, the art fair also welcomes a new generation of curators whose programs will spark important conversations that not only reflect this moment of change and transformation but also look forward to what the future of the art world might be like.

Frieze London will also include three additional sections. One of them, called Focus, is intended for galleries under 12 years old, including:

  • Arcadia Missa;
  •  Instituto de Visión;
  •  Edouard Malingue Gallery;
  •  Proyectos Ultravioleta;
  •  Tiwani Contemporary.

Another edition called Editions is aimed at dealers specializing in cartoon goods, including Cristea Roberts Gallery and Paragon. Contemporain de Bordeaux in France will focus on the work of international artists whose practices focus on the idea of ​​destroying all existence. Contributing galleries include Jhaveri Contemporary, Tanya Leighton, Galerie Gregor Staiger, and T293.

At Frieze Art Fair Masters, Acquavella, Cardi Gallery, Galleria Continua, Stephen Friedman, Garth Greenan Gallery, Kasmin, Kukje Gallery, Lévy Gorvy, Ortuzar Projects, and Thaddaeus Ropac are among those lining up to be shown in the main sector of the fair. The Spotlight section, curated by Laura Hauptman, Executive Director of the Drawing Center, is dedicated to solo presentations by under-recognized artists and will include works by Huguette Caland (in Kane Griffin), Buford Delaney (Michael Rosenfeld Gallery), Agnes Denes (ACB), Nancy Graves (Sisson and Benethier) Nicola L. (Alison Jacques) and Feliciano Centurion (Cecilia Brunson Projects and Gallery Millan).

The art fair will also feature a new section called “Stand Out”, which will collect works and objects from different time periods; it will be hosted by Luke Syson, director of the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge.

The full exhibitor list for both Frieze Art Fairs

Galleries – Frieze London

  • 1 Mira Madrid;
  • Adams and Ollman;
  • Andersen’s;
  • The Approach;
  • Gallery Baton;
  • Nicelle Beauchene Gallery;
  • Bernier/Eliades Gallery;
  • Marianne Boesky Gallery;
  • The Breeder;
  • Ben Brown Fine Arts;
  • Carlos/Ishikawa;
  • Château Shatto;
  • James Cohan;
  • Sadie Coles HQ;
  • Pilar Corrias;
  • Galeria Vera Cortês;
  • Corvi-Mora;
  • Crèvecoeur;
  • Croy Nielsen;
  • Thomas Dane Gallery;
  • Don Gallery;
  • Galerie Eigen + Art;
  • Carl Freedman Gallery;
  • Stephen Friedman Gallery;
  • Frith Street Gallery;
  • Gagosian;
  • Gavlak Gallery;
  • Goodman Gallery;
  • Alexander Gray Associates;
  • Grimm;
  • Galerie Karin Guenther;
  • Kavi Gupta;
  • Hales;
  • Hauser & Wirth;
  • Herald St;
  • Galerie Max Hetzler;
  • High Art;
  • Pippy Houldsworth Gallery;
  • Xavier Hufkens;
  • Gallery Hyundai;
  • Ingleby;
  • Taka Ishii Gallery;
  • Alison Jacques;
  • Galerie Martin Janda;
  • Jhaveri Contemporary;
  • JTT;
  • Kadel Willborn;
  • Casey Kaplan;
  • Karma;
  • Sean Kelly Gallery;
  • Tina Keng Gallery;
  • Tina Kim Gallery;
  • Kohn Gallery;
  • König Galerie;
  • Kendall Koppe;
  • David Kordansky Gallery;
  • Galerie Krinzinger;
  • Kukje Gallery;
  • Simon Lee Gallery;
  • Lehmann Maupin;
  • Galerie Lelong & Co.;
  • David Lewis;
  • Josh Lilley;
  • Lisson Gallery;
  • Kate MacGarry;
  • Matthew Marks Gallery;
  • Martos Gallery;
  • Mendes Wood DM;
  • Victoria Miro;
  • Modern Art;
  • The Modern Institute;
  • mor charpentier;
  • mother’s tankstation;
  • Taro Nasu;
  • Nature Morte;
  • Night Gallery;
  • Galleria Franco Noero;
  • Galleria Lorcan O’Neill;
  • OMR;
  • P420;
  • Pace Gallery;
  • Maureen Paley;
  • Peres Projects;
  • Perrotin;
  • Galeria Plan B;
  • Almine Rech;
  • Thaddaeus Ropac;
  • Esther Schipper;
  • Seventeen;
  • Sfeir-Semler Gallery;
  • Sies + Höke;
  • Société;
  • Southard Reid;
  • Sprüth Magers;
  • Spurs Gallery;
  • Stevenson;
  • Sultana;
  • Timothy Taylor;
  • Rachel Uffner Gallery;
  • Various Small Fires (VSF);
  • Venus Over Manhattan;
  • Vermelho;
  • Michael Werner;
  • White Cube;
  • Galerie Hubert Winter;
  • David Zwirner.

Focus – Frieze London

  • 80M2 Livia Benavides;
  • Addis Fine Art;
  • Christian Andersen;
  • Arcadia Missa;
  • Bank;
  • Barro;
  • Blindspot Gallery;
  • Copperfield;
  • Damien & The Love Guru;
  • Drei;
  • Edel Assanti;
  • Emalin;
  • Empty Gallery;
  • Imane Farès;
  • Gianni Manhattan;
  • Ginsberg;
  • Gypsum;
  • Hot Wheels Athens;
  • Instituto de Visión;
  • Edouard Malingue Gallery;
  • Lomex;
  • Marfa’;
  • Osnova gallery;
  • PM8 / Francisco Salas;
  • Project Native Informant;
  • Proyectos Ultravioleta;
  • Soft Opening;
  • The Sunday Painter;
  • Super Dakota;
  • Sweetwater;
  • Sophie Tappeiner;
  • Temnikova & Kasela;
  • Tiwani Contemporary;
  • Union Pacific;
  • Galerie Tanja Wagner;
  • Editions – Frieze London;
  • Borch Editions;
  • Cristea Roberts Gallery;
  • Counter Editions;
  • Knust Kunz Gallery Editions;
  • Paragon;
  • STPI.

“Unworlding” – Frieze London

  • Nir Altman: Susi Gelb, Ndayé Kougaou;
  • Helena Anrather: Kristin Walsh;
  • Efremidis: Tony Just, Megan Marrin;
  • Hua International: Fanny Gicquel;
  • Jhaveri Contemporary: Gyan Panchal;
  • Tanya Leighton: Esteban Jefferson;
  • Parliament: Natacha Donzé;
  • Galerie Gregor Staiger: Nora Turato, Raphaela Vogel;
  • T293: Lito Kattou;
  • Wschod Gallery: Cudelice Brazelton IV.

Galleries – Frieze Masters

  • David Aaron;
  • Didier Aaron;
  • ACA Galleries;
  • Acquavella Galleries;
  • Agnews;
  • Almeida & Dale;
  • Archeus / Post-Modern;
  • Ariadne;
  • ArtAncient;
  • Emanuel von Baeyer;
  • Bastian;
  • BorzoGallery;
  • Ben Brown Fine Arts;
  • Prahlad Bubbar;
  • Cahn;
  • Callisto Fine Artshaz;
  • Cardi Gallery;
  • Castelli Gallery;
  • Galerie Chenel;
  • Stephane Clavreuil Rare Books;
  • Colnaghi;
  • Galleria Continua;
  • Paul Coulon;
  • Gisèle Croës – Arts d’Extrême;
  • Orient s.a.;
  • Daniel Crouch Rare Books;
  • Dickinson;
  • Larkin Erdmann Gallery;
  • Eykyn Maclean;
  • Peter Finer;
  • Sam Fogg;
  • Stephen Friedman Gallery;
  • Gagosian;
  • Galerie David Ghezelbash;
  • Marian Goodman Gallery;
  • Richard Green;
  • Garth Greenan Gallery;
  • Grosvenor Gallery;
  • Dr. Jörn Günther Rare Books;
  • Johnny Van Haeften;
  • Peter Harrington Rare Books;
  • Hauser & Wirth;
  • Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert;
  • Patrick Heide Contemporary Art;
  • Tristan Hoare;
  • Paul Hughes Fine Arts;
  • Gallery Hyundai;
  • Lyndsey Ingram;
  • Bernard Jacobson Gallery;
  • De Jonckheere;
  • Annely Juda Fine Art;
  • Kasmin;
  • Daniel Katz Gallery;
  • Jack Kilgore & Co.;
  • Galerie Knoell;
  • Kukje Gallery;
  • Les Enluminures;
  • Lévy Gorvy;
  • Lowell Libson & Jonny Yarker;
  • Salomon Lilian;
  • Lullo;
  • Pampoulides;
  • Luxembourg + Co.;
  • Gallery Yves Macaux;
  • Gió Marconi;
  • Marlborough;
  • Barbara Mathes Gallery;
  • The Mayor Gallery;
  • Mazzoleni;
  • Van der Meij Fine Arts;
  • Galleria Massimo Minini;
  • Galerie Mitterrand;
  • Amir Mohtashemi;
  • Moretti Fine Art;
  • Richard Nagy;
  • Nahmad Contemporary;
  • Stephen Ongpin Fine Art;
  • Ortuzar Projects;
  • Osborne Samuel Gallery;
  • Galerie Perrin;
  • Perrotin;
  • PKM Gallery;
  • Robilant+Voena;
  • Thaddaeus Ropac;
  • Safani Gallery;
  • Schacky;
  • Shapero Rare Books / Shapero;
  • Modern;
  • Shibunkaku;
  • Bruce Silverstein Gallery;
  • Skarstedt Gallery;
  • Sperone Westwater;
  • Stair Sainty Gallery;
  • Craig F. Starr Gallery;
  • Templon;
  • Tornabuoni Art;
  • Van de Weghe;
  • Axel Vervoordt Gallery;
  • Waddington Custot;
  • Offer Waterman;
  • W&K – Wienerroither &Kohlbacher;
  • David Zwirner.

Stand Out – Frieze Masters

  • Prahlad Bubbar;
  • Alessandra Di Castro Antichità;
  • Gisèle Croës – Arts d’Extrême;
  • Orient s.a.;
  • Sam Fogg;
  • Oscar Graf Gallery;
  • Stuart Lochhead Sculpture;
  • Amir Mohtashemi;
  • Raccanello & Leprince;
  • Tomasso.

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