Solo exhibitions at Frieze New York 2022

From Liam Gillick’s exploration of environment and behavior to Mai-Thu Perret’s feminist mythology, Frieze New York 2022’s solo booths will feature some of today’s most important artists.

Retrospectives of New York artists

Joan Snyder, Body and soul1997-1998, Oil, acrylic, fabric, masking paper, glitter, straw, plastic grapes on canvas, 66 x 78 inches, Courtesy Franklin Parrasch Gallery, New York

Major artist based in New York, Liam Gillick shows a collection of sculptures from 2008 to 2020 that highlight the tension between the ideological norms of our built environment and their effect on human behavior (presented by Casey Kaplan).

Widely known for her feminist practice, Joan SnyderThe complete works of will be exhibited for the first time since 2005 (Franklin Parrasch Gallery) while the works of Nancy Grosman focus on the artist’s investigation throughout his career on the expressive potential of the human form (Michael Rosenfeld Gallery).

The work of Nancy Grossman
Nancy Grossman (born in 1940), Terato, 1974, Collage of dyed paper, tape and watercolor on Masonite in artist’s frame, 54 x 36 inches, 54 1/4 x 36 1/2 inches in signed artist’s frame, © Nancy Grossman, Courtesy of Michael Rosenfeld Gallery LLC, New York, NY

great americans

Work by Charles Gaines
Charles Gaines (born in 1944), Of numbers and trees: London Series 1, Tree #8, Harrow Place, 2020, Acrylic sheet, acrylic paint, photography, © Charles Gaines, Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth, Photo: Fredrik Nilsen

With this new series, LA-based artist Charles Gaines uses formulas and systems that interrogate the relationships between the objective and subjective domains (Hauser & Wirth).

Another LA based artist Eamon Ore-Giron combines visual structures of the Global South with an expanded international history of abstraction. (James Cohan).

Since the 1970s, influential Chicago artist Judith Geichmann used the art of abstraction to explore the possibilities of painting (Regards, Frame section).

Work by Eamon Ore-Giron
Eamon Ore-Giron, infinite regress CLIV, 2021, Mineral and flash paint on linen canvas, 120 x 120 in., © Eamon-Ore Giron 2022, Image courtesy the artist and James Cohan, New York, Photo by Phoebe d’Heurle.

World pioneers of art

Mai-Thu Perret's work
Mai-Thu Perret, Diana, 2022, ceramic and bronze, (158 x 44 x 44 cm), Courtesy of the Artist and David Kordansky

New sculptures and watercolors by Mai-Thu Perret drawing on her interest in the goddesses of Roman mythology and developing her ongoing explorations of feminist counter-narratives (David Kordansky).

Simon FujiwaraThe artist’s new body of work, Who the Baer, ​​is a tool for the artist to investigate cultural anxieties around identity and performative image culture today. today (Esther Schipper).

Using a monumental installation of stacked ceramic columns alongside a series of ceramic masks, jonathan baldock explores our relationship to the body and the human condition (Stephen Friedman Gallery).

Through paintings and drawings, Karlo Kacharava splice borderless narratives both fictional and real to imagine a sprawling world of connections (modern art).

chinese artist Yan Xinyue questions the conflict between society and self through his vibrant and fantastical paintings (Capsule Shanghai).

Karlo Kachareva's work
Karlo Kacharava, Clown/Berman1992, acrylic and ballpoint pen on canvas, Courtesy of the Artist and Modern Art

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