Frieze Art Fair 2011 Gallery Line Up

Frieze London 2011

The Frieze Art Fair 2011 has reviewed more applications than ever before to exhibit at the autumn event. This year will see a total of 171 exhibitors from 33 countries. The dynamism of galleries from emerging territories such as Asia and South America is balanced by a strong European and American contingent.

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Additions to last year’s participants include Galerie Chantal Crousel (Paris), Konrad Fischer Galerie (Dusseldorf), Johnen Galerie (Berlin), Yvon Lambert (Paris), The Pace Gallery (New York), Andrea Rosen Gallery (New York) and Donald Young Gallery (Chicago). Previous Frame exhibitors that are this year exhibiting in the main section of the fair are: Andreiana Mihail Gallery (Bucharest), Project 88 (Mumbai), Rodeo (Istanbul) and Micky Schubert (Berlin).

Frame, a section of the fair dedicated to galleries established less than six years ago and selected on the basis of a proposed solo presentation, features a number of galleries that have not previously benefitted from an international platform to show their work; 21 of the 25 galleries in this section are new to the fair. Notable this year is the strong Latin-American showing in this section with presentations including: Ignacio Liprandi Arte Contemporaneo (Argentina), showing Pablo Accinelli; Revolver (Peru), showing Ximena Garrido-Lecca; Casas Riegner Gallery (Columbia), showing Bernardo Ortiz. Frame is a place to discover artists for the first time; providing the opportunity to see and buy work from artists of all generations that are yet to gain a significant international reputation. The Frame galleries’ selection has been advised by curators Cecilia Alemani and Rodrigo Moura. Frame is supported by Cos.

Co-directors Amanda Sharp and Matthew Slotover commented, ‘This year we’re excited to be working with architects Carmody Groarke, who have  proposed an intelligent redesign of the fair. The geographical diversity of the gallery list attests to the art world’s increasing globalisation, offering the opportunity to make discoveries as well as see work by some of the most significant artists working today. We’re delighted by the continued support from Deutsche Bank, now in their eighth year as main sponsor of the fair. The Financial Times is our media partner for the second time and we are also pleased to have a new supporter for Frieze Projects, the Emdash Foundation, and the introduction of the Emdash Award this year.’

Pierre de Weck, Member of the Group Executive Committee and Global Head of Private Wealth Management, Deutsche Bank added: ‘The vitality and range of art on view most clearly demonstrate why Deutsche Bank continues to be proud to sponsor Frieze Art Fair.’

Details of the curatorial programme Frieze Projects, Frieze Talks, Frieze Film and Frieze Education will be announced during the coming months. The recipient of The Emdash Award will be announced on 16 May.

In previous years Frieze Projects has presented new commissions by artists including Spartacus Chetwynd, Mike Nelson, Richard Prince, Paola Pivi and Nick Relph. Frieze Talks has included keynotes by John Baldessari, Dave Hickey, Yoko Ono and Bridget Riley. This year, Frieze Projects is curated by Sarah McCrory under the auspices of Frieze Foundation and supported by the Emdash Foundation.

The Outset/Frieze Art Fair Fund to benefit the Tate Collection continues in 2011, the ninth consecutive year of the collaboration. This unique partnership enables Tate to buy important works of art for the nation at Frieze Art Fair. The fund to date has raised over £900,000 and, as a result, 83 works by 53 significant international artists have been added to Tate’s collection since 2003.

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The Frieze Art Fair 2011 Exhibitors will include

303 Gallery
Galería Juana de Aizpuru
Galería Helga de Alvear
Andersen’s Contemporary
The Approach
Laura Bartlett Gallery
Galerie Catherine Bastide
Galerie Guido W. Baudach
Marianne Boesky Gallery
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery
Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi
The Breeder
Broadway 1602
Gavin Brown’s enterprise
Galerie Daniel Buchholz
Galerie Gisela Capitain
China Art Objects Galleries
Sadie Coles HQ
Contemporary Fine Arts
Pilar Corrias Gallery
Galerie Chantal Crousel
Sorcha Dallas
Thomas Dane Gallery
Massimo De Carlo
Elizabeth Dee
Galerie Eigen + Art
galerie frank elbaz
Konrad Fischer Galerie
Foksal Gallery Foundation
Galeria Fortes Vilaça
Marc Foxx
Carl Freedman Gallery
Stephen Friedman Gallery
Frith Street Gallery
Gagosian Gallery
Annet Gelink Gallery
Marian Goodman Gallery
Greene Naftali
Galerie Karin Guenther
Jack Hanley Gallery
Hauser & Wirth
Herald St
Hollybush Gardens
Xavier Hufkens
IBID Projects
Ingleby Gallery
Taka Ishii Gallery
Alison Jacques Gallery
Galerie Martin Janda
Johnen Galerie
Juliètte Jongma
Annely Juda Fine Art
Casey Kaplan
Georg Kargl Fine Arts
Galleri Magnus Karlsson
Paul Kasmin Gallery
Kerlin Gallery
Anton Kern Gallery
Galerie Peter Kilchmann
Johann König
David Kordansky Gallery
Tomio Koyama Gallery
Andrew Kreps Gallery
Galerie Krinzinger
Kukje Gallery
Yvon Lambert
Lehmann Maupin
Michael Lett
Lisson Gallery
Long March Space
Kate MacGarry
Mai 36 Galerie
Giò Marconi
Matthew Marks Gallery
Mary Mary
Galerie Meyer Kainer
Meyer Riegger
Andreiana Mihail Gallery
Victoria Miro
The Modern Institute
Murray Guy
Galleria Franco Noero
Galerie Giti Nourbakhsch
Office Baroque Gallery
The Pace Gallery
Maureen Paley
Peres Projects
Galerie Francesca Pia
Galeria Plan B
Galerija Gregor Podnar
Galerie Eva Presenhuber
Project 88
Almine Rech Gallery
Regina Gallery
Anthony Reynolds Gallery
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac
Andrea Rosen Gallery
Salon 94
Aurel Scheibler / ScheiblerMitte
Micky Schubert
Stuart Shave/Modern Art
Sies + Höke
Galeria Filomena Soares
Sommer Contemporary Art
Reena Spaulings Fine Art
Sprüth Magers Berlin London
Standard (Oslo)
Galeria Luisa Strina
Sutton Lane
Timothy Taylor Gallery
Team Gallery
Richard Telles
The Third Line
Tina Kim Gallery
Vilma Gold
Vitamin Creative Space
Waddington Custot Galleries
Galleri Nicolai Wallner
Galerie Barbara Weiss
Fons Welters
Michael Werner
White Cube
Max Wigram Gallery
XL Gallery
Donald Young Gallery
Zeno X Gallery
David Zwirner
Aanant & Zoo
Ancient & Modern
The Box
Casas Riegner Gallery
D+T Project
Freymond-Guth Fine Arts
François Ghebaly Gallery
hunt kastner
Kolonie Gallery
Wilfried Lentz
Ignacio Liprandi Arte Contemporáneo
Marz Galeria
Take Ninagawa
One And J. Gallery
Ramiken Crucible
Revolver Galeria
Silverman Gallery
Rob Tufnell
Alex Zachary


Frame is a section within the fair dedicated to solo artist presentations. Frame was established in 2009 and shows young galleries from around the world that have been in existence for less than six years. The galleries selection for 2011 was advised by Cecilia Alemani and Rodrigo Moura.  Advisors to Frame in previous years include Daniel Baumann and Sarah McCrory.
Aanant & Zoo, Channa Horwitz
Ancient & Modern, Paul Johnson
Bischoff/Weiss, Raphaël Zarka
The Box, Judith Bernstein
Casas Riegner Gallery, Bernardo Ortiz
D+T Project, Elena Bajo
Freymond-Guth Fine Arts, Megan Francis Sullivan
François Ghebaly Gallery, Patrick Jackson
hunt kastner, Eva Kotatkova
Inga, Shai Azoulay
Kolonie Gallery, Katarzyna Przezwańska
KOW, Tobias Zielony
Wilfried Lentz, Rossella Biscotti
Ignacio Liprandi Arte Contemporáneo, Pablo Accinelli
Maisterravalbuena, Paloma Polo
Marz Galeria, Nicolás Robbio
Take Ninagawa, Aki Sasamoto
One And J. Gallery, Jung Lee
RaebervonStenglin, Kilian Rüthemann
Ramiken Crucible, Andra Ursuta
Rampa, Nilbar Güreş
Revolver Galeria, Ximena Garrido-Lecca
Silverman Gallery, Susanne M. Winterling
Rob Tufnell, Joel Croxson
Alex Zachary, Ken Okiishi