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French Galleries at Frieze New York 2018

The seventh edition of Frieze New York will take place in Randall’s Island Park from May 3 – 6, 2018 and will feature more than 190 galleries from around the world, showcasing a diverse range of works by emerging talents and established artists.

The 2018 fair will be housed in a redesigned exhibition space, bringing a new dimension to the innovative spirit on display. For the first time, the winner of the Frieze Artist Award Kapwani Kiwanga will present the new commission at the north entrance at the fair. The Paris-based artist will realize an open-air installation, exploring freedom of movement and architectures of exclusion.

Besides, a variety of French galleries will participate in Frieze New York:

Almine Rech Gallery

Paris : 64 Rue de Turenne, 75003 | Brussels : Abdijstraat 20 Rue de l’Abbaye, 1050 | London : Grosvenor Hill, Broadbent House, W1K 3JH | New York: 39 East 78th Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10075, USA

For Frieze, this Gallery will present artists Arlene Shechet, John M Armleder, Matthias Bitzer and Marcus Jahmal.

Established in 1997 in Paris, Almine Rech Gallery has evolved into a global network, featuring internationally recognized, mid-career and emerging artists. The gallery has had durable relationships with artists like John McCracken and James Turrel, and is now representing artists include Günther Förg, Alex Israel, Jeff Koons, Richard Prince, Julian Schnabel, Taryn Simon and DeWain Valentine, among others.

Ceysson & Bénétière

Luxembourg: 13 - 15, rue d'Arlon, Wandhaff, L-8399 Koerich | Paris: 23, rue du Renard, 75004 | Saint-Etienne: 8, rue des Creuses, 42000 | New York: 956 Madison Avenue, New York NY 10021 | Geneva: 16, rue du docteur Alfred Vincent, 1201

For Frieze, this Gallery will present artists Bernard Pagès and Lionel Sabatté.

Founded in Saint-Étienne in 2006 by François Ceysson and Loic Bénétière, subsequently joined by Bernard Ceysson, artistic advisor, the Ceysson & Bénétière gallery initially expanded its presence in French-speaking Europe – Luxembourg, Paris, Geneva, and now has a space in New York. The gallery features the exponents of the Supports/Surfaces Movement in the late ‘60s, such as Louis Cane, Jean-Michel Meurice, and Claude Viallat, in addition to new contemporary talents, including Lauren Luloff, Nicolas Momein, Adrien Vescovi and so on.

Edouard Montassut

Paris: 28 passage du Ponceau, 75002

Previous solo exhibitions at the gallery included Guillaume Maraud (Dec. 2 – Jan.27, 2018), Marc Kokopeli (Oct. 19 – Dec. 2, 2017), Jean-Michel Wicker (Mar.3 – Apr. 15, 2017), among others. The latest group show (June 28 – July 29, 2017) featured Marie Angeletti, Suzanne Duchamp, Hélène Fauquet, Michael Krebber, Maggie Lee and Riccardo Paratore.

Galerie Frank Elbaz

Paris: 66 rue de Turenne, 75003 | Dallas: 136 Glass Street, Dallas, TX 75207

For Frieze, this Gallery will present artist William Leavit Pagès.

The Frank Elbaz Gallery opened in 2002 in Paris, and in 2016, inaugurated a second space in Dallas, Texas. The gallery promotes French creation by presenting works by Davide Balula, Rainier Lericolais, Bernard Piffaretti and more. Simultaneously, it offers a foresight into the American scene, showing works of artists such as Sheila Hicks, Mungo Thomson and Blair Thurman. Over the years, the gallery has also focused on rediscovering historical artists and groups such as Wallace Berman, Jay DeFeo, and the Gorgona Group.

Galerie Hervé Bize

Nancy: 17-19 rue Gambetta 54000 Nancy, France

For Frieze, this Gallery will present artists Hanna Sandin and Jack Youngerman.

Established in 1989, Hervé Bize Gallery has pioneered contemporary art in the East of France. The gallery now divides its activities between two poles: one based in its geographical origin, close to Paris, Brussels, Frankfurt and Basel, and the other in New York since 2007. The gallery organizes historical and thematic exhibitions, to foster dialogues between artists from different generations and to contextualize the works of the represented artists. The gallery has participated in multiple art fairs since 2000, including Art Basel (Switzerland), FIAC (Paris), Frieze (New York), The Armory Show (New York), Art Los Angeles Contemporary, Artgenève (Geneva), and Independent (New York).

Joseph Tang

Paris: 1 rue Charles-François Dupuis, Building B, 2nd Floor, 75003

For Frieze, Joseph Tang will present a solo show of the French artist Julie Béna.

Based in Paris, the gallery has participated in various art fairs last year, from Paris Internationale, Art-O-Rama, Marseille, Liste, Basel, Frieze New York, Art Cologne, to the Amory Show. Latest exhibitions on view include Jardin des Pommes featuring Daiga Grantina & Athena Vida (Jan. 2 – Mar. 17, 2018), Random Famadan Ding Dong featuring Pepo Salazar (Nov. 30 – Jan. 13, 2018), and Garçon featuring Olivier Foulon & Alexander Lieck (Oct. 19 – Nov. 25, 2017).

Lelong & Co

Paris: 13, rue de Téhéran, 75008 | New York: 528 West 26th Street, New York, NY 10001

For Frieze, this Gallery will present artist Richard Serra (Paris).

Founded in Paris in 1981 by Daniel Lelong, Jacques Dupin, and Jean Frémon, the gallery in New York opened in 1985.  Directed by Mary Sabbatino, Vice President and Partner, the gallery moved to its present ground-floor location in Chelsea in 2001. In the domain of contemporary Latin American art, the gallery has represented Cildo Meireles, the Estate of Ana Mendieta, and the Estate of Hélio Oiticica. Upon supporting underrepresented women artists, the gallery also features works of Alfredo Jaar, Yoko Ono, Nancy Spero, and Krzysztof Wodiczko. Contemporary sculpture is another strength of the gallery with artists such as Petah Coyne, Andy Goldsworthy, Jaume Plensa, and Ursula von Rydingsvard.

Mor Charpentier

Paris: 61 Rue de Bretagne, 75003

For Frieze, this Gallery will present artist Lawrence Abu Hamdan.

Gallery Mor Charpentier was founded in 2010 by Alex Mor and Philippe Charpentier. Established in Paris, the gallery represents both emerging and well-established artists whose conceptual practices are anchored in the social realities, history and politics of contrasting geographic regions. By promoting engaged practices internationally, the gallery aims at broadening the knowledge about our time’s crucial debates.


New York : 130 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002 | Paris: 76 Rue De Turenne, 75003 | Paris: 10 Impasse Saint Claude, 75003 | Hong Kong: 50 Connaught Road Central, 17th Floor | Seoul: 1f 5 Palpan-Gil, Jongno-Gu Seoul | Tokyo: Piramide Building, 1f, 6-6-9 Roppongi, Minato-Ku, Tokyo 106-0032 | Shanghai: 3/F, 27 Huqiu Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai, 200002

For Frieze, this Gallery will present artists Paul Pfeiffer, Bae Lee, Matthew Roney, Leslie Hewitt, and KAWS.

Emmanuel Perrotin founded his first gallery in 1990 at the age of 21. He has since opened over 18 different spaces with the aim to continue offering increasingly vibrant and creative environments to experience artists’ works. Perrotin participates in 20 major international art fairs each year including Art Basel (Basel, Miami, Hong Kong), Frieze (London, New York), FIAC (Paris), Dallas Art Fair, Art Cologne, UNTITLED San Francisco, Art Stage Jakarta, Expo Chicago, Independent (New York), TEFAF (New York, Maastricht), ART021 Shanghai, West Bund Art & Design (Shanghai), Art Fair Tokyo, and Zona Maco (Mexico).

Thaddaeus Ropac

Paris: 7 Rue Debelleyme, Fr-75003 Paris | Paris: 69, Avenue Du Général Leclerc Fr-93500 Pantin | Salzburg: Mirabellplatz 2, A-5020 Salzburg | Salzburg: Vilniusstrasse 13, 5020 A-Salzburg | London: 37 Dover Street, London W1S4NJ

For Frieze, this Gallery will present artists Anselm Kiefer and Antony Gormley.

Since opening in 1983, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac has specialised in international, contemporary art representing around 60 artists and a number of renowned estates. The gallery represents its artists at all major art fairs worldwide. Active in both the primary and secondary markets, the gallery’s role extends to curatorial work, where it acts as consultant to major museums and public institutions as well as advisor to private and corporate collections. The gallery runs its own publishing house, producing catalogues and books to accompany exhibitions, inviting prominent international art historians, curators and writers such as Sir Norman Rosenthal and Orhan Pamuk to contribute.


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