Stephen Friedman Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new paintings by African-American artist Deborah Roberts at Frieze London 2021. This coincides with the artist’s first institutional solo show in Europe at The Bluecoat, Liverpool from October 2021. This body of work continues Roberts’ investigation of the challenges encountered by Black children as they respond to social constructs perpetuated by the white gaze and western visual culture.
For the 2021 edition of Frieze Masters, Stephen Friedman Gallery brings together a group of historical works from the 1970s through 1990s centred around the work of Japanese artist Jiro Takamatsu in relation to his contemporaries. Positioning his work alongside key examples by Richard Diebenkorn, Agnes Martin and Anne Truitt, the presentation looks at their shared exploration of two-dimensional space across a range of media including painting, works on paper and sculpture.
On the occasion of its twenty-fifth year at Art Basel, Stephen Friedman Gallery presents a group exhibition that highlights key milestones in the gallery’s history and its longstanding relationship with the fair.
At this year's Art Basel Unlimited, Stephen Friedman Gallery presents 'The Hunter's Dream' by Venezuelan artist Juan Araujo.
Stephen Friedman Gallery is pleased to participate in The Armory Show’s inaugural edition at Javits Center, New York. The presentation focuses on sculpture, bringing together three-dimensional works in a diverse range of media by Leilah Babirye, Jonathan Baldock, Melvin Edwards, Tom Friedman, Channing Hansen, Holly Hendry, Jim Hodges, Yinka Shonibare CBE RA and Jiro Takamatsu. Also on display are works by Jeffrey Gibson and Tau Lewis, who recently joined the gallery.
Stephen Friedman Gallery is pleased to present works by Mamma Andersson, Stephan Balkenhol and Andreas Eriksson for NOMAD St Moritz 2021. Set in Chesa Planta, a historic mansion in Samedan within the heart of the Swiss Alps, the exhibition explores reflections of nature in classical sculpture, painting and tapestry.
Stephen Friedman Gallery is pleased to present ‘I – We – They’ a show of works by Denzil Forrester, Rivane Neuenschwander and Deborah Roberts for ‘OVR: Portals’, Art Basel’s first curator-led edition of its Online Viewing Rooms. The display comprises paintings, works on paper and textiles that examine the curatorial theme of social divides and ideas of community and identity.
For Art Basel Hong Kong 2021, Stephen Friedman Gallery is pleased to present a solo presentation of new and recent works by British artist David Shrigley.
Stephen Friedman Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new paintings by British artist Sarah Ball at Frieze New York 2021. This will be the first major presentation of the artist’s work since the gallery announced representation of Ball in November 2020.
For Art Basel Miami Beach Online Viewing Rooms, Stephen Friedman Gallery’s presentation ‘In Real Life’ focuses on figuration and depictions of the human form through painting, sculpture and works on paper.
For Frieze 2020, Stephen Friedman Gallery presents respective solo exhibitions by Holly Hendry and Denzil Forrester. In lieu of the fair being physically realised, the projects are exhibited in a specially designed space at 30 Old Burlington Street in October.
Stephen Friedman Gallery is delighted to participate in Art Basel’s standalone Online Viewing Room Programme showcasing works that have been made this year. Coinciding with Marina Adams' and Jonathan Baldock’s solo institutional exhibitions in autumn 2020, we are presenting a selection of new works by each artist.
For Art Basel’s second Online Viewing Room, Stephen Friedman Gallery presents a selection of artists including Marina Adams, Mamma Andersson, Juan Araujo, Leilah Babirye, Jonathan Baldock, Lisa Brice, Andreas Eriksson, Manuel Espinosa, Denzil Forrester, Channing Hansen, Jim Hodges, Deborah Roberts, Yinka Shonibare CBE, Kehinde Wiley and Luiz Zerbini.
This Online Viewing Room identifies the different ways in which drawing informs the sculptural practices of artists, bringing together works by Claire Barclay, Melvin Edwards, Tom Friedman, Kendell Geers, Jim Hodges, Yinka Shonibare CBE, David Shrigley and Jiro Takamatsu.The presentation includes personal commentaries from a number of the artists explaining the relationship between drawing and sculpture in their practices.
Stephen Friedman Gallery is pleased to return to The Armory Show at Booth 901 on Pier 94. The gallery presents a selection of work by Mamma Andersson, Juan Araujo, Tonico Lemos Auad, Jonathan Baldock, Ed Baynard, Melvin Edwards, Andreas Eriksson, Denzil Forrester, Kendell Geers, Channing Hansen, Jim Hodges, Ged Quinn, Yinka Shonibare CBE and Luiz Zerbini. A section of the booth is dedicated to David Shrigley.
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