What is Frieze Projects New York?
Frieze Projects New York is a non-profit organisation, which was launched in 2011 a year ahead of the inaugural edition of Frieze New York. Frieze Projects New York oversees: Frieze Talks, a series of panel discussions and lectures printed annually during the four days of the fair; Frieze Projects, a curated program of site-specific projects by artists in and around the fair and Frieze Sounds.
How is Frieze Projects New York funded?
Frieze Projects New York has received funding from a number of sources. Specific areas of the program receive sponsorship, for example in 2012 Mulberry sponsored the Frieze Projects and Frieze Sounds were produced in association with BMW.
Who runs the curatorial programme at the fair?
In 2013 and 2012 the program has been curated by Cecilia Alemani.
What is Frieze Projects?
Frieze Projects is a program of artists’ commissions realised annually at Frieze New York. In 2012 and 2013 it has been curated by Cecilia Alemani. The artists chosen to take part and create site-specific work for Frieze New York 2012 were: John Ahearn, Uri Aran, Latifa Echakhch, Joel Kyack, Rick Moody, Virginia Overton, Tim Rollins and K.O.S. and Ulla von Brandenburg. In 2013 the participating artists are Liz Glynn, Maria Loboda, Mateo Tannatt, Andra Ursuta, Marianne Vitale.
What are Frieze Talks?
Frieze Talks are a daily series of keynote lectures, panel debates and discussions featuring leading art-world figures, philosophers, and critical theorists and is presented by Frieze Projects New York. For its inaugural year at Randall’s Island, Frieze Talks took as inspiration the unique location of the fair across a section of different geographical, social and cultural neighborhoods.
What is Frieze Education?
Frieze Education is part of Frieze Projects New York. At Frieze New York 2012, Frieze Education program was developed to introduce children and young people to contemporary art in an exciting and fun way.