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The fair will have just over 60 exhibitors (mostly US-based), scaled down from the usual 190. Safety precautions are stringent: All visitors will need to show proof of a recent negative Covid-19 test or of full vaccination, and a compliance team will be onsite throughout the duration of the event. And it will not be cheap to visit — the tickets (which have all sold out) ranged from $265 for early bird tickets first preview tickets to $80-$90 for general admission.
Frieze’s regular special section, Frame, will return, featuring solo presentations by emerging artists with galleries less than 10 years old.
“It’s amazing, you’re on an equal footing with more established galleries, not tucked away,” said Sam Gordon, the co-founder of gallery Gordon Robichaux, which participated in Frame in 2019, and this year will be presenting work by the New York-based artist Otis Houston Jr. “Many of us didn’t think [Frieze] would be happening, but it’s on. Collectors seem excited, itching almost, to get back out there.”
Top Image: The Shed in New York City.
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