Frieze New York 2019

As Frieze returns to the city, we look at the fair’s highlights and trends, and speak to some of the key people involved
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The show, which features 20 works at Rockefeller Center, represents a strategic attempt by the fair to become more accessible

The founder of a now-legendary gallery for black artists is celebrated at Frieze New York

The gallerist talks about the making of his series, which ‘questions the art world status quo’

The fair’s founding director talks about the region’s rising profile and challenging western dominance

An eager clientele can make a good business case for free public displays

The New York-based adviser talks about her plan to open a new exhibition venue that’s ‘more living room than white cube’

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The event, which opens in Brooklyn this year, could provide an alternative model for selling art and design

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