Art Basel Miami Beach 2017For Art Basel Miami Beach 2017 Stephen Friedman Gallery will present new work by Tonico Lemos Auad, Andreas Eriksson, Tom Friedman, Channing Hansen, Jim Hodges, Rivane Neuenschwander, Ged Quinn, Yinka Shonibare MBE, Kehinde Wiley and Luiz Zerbini. In addition the gallery will show works from the Estates of Manuel Espinosa, Jiro Takamatsu and Anne Truitt.
Frieze Masters 2017
Stephen Friedman Gallery presents a curated exhibition of paintings, sculpture and drawings by four female post-war artists who have never been shown together: Judy Chicago (American, b. 1939), Barbara Hepworth (British, 1903-1975), Ilona Keserü (Hungarian, b. 1933) and Barbro Östlihn (Swedish, 1930-1995).
Frieze London 2017Stephen Friedman Gallery presents a solo exhibition by American sculptor Melvin Edwards. The presentation includes 'Lynch Fragments', a rare work entitled 'Pamberi' from his Rocker series, and other important sculptures.
Art Basel 2017For Art Basel 2017 Stephen Friedman Gallery will present a specially curated stand that explores different perspectives of nature and the landscape. This will include new work by Mamma Andersson, Juan Araujo, Andreas Eriksson and Luiz Zerbini. These painters depict the landscape of their native countries in different ways and in radically different styles, but each seek to explore the human relationship with their surroundings.
Frieze New York 2017For Frieze New York 2017 Stephen Friedman Gallery presents a selection of artists alongside a group of new paintings by American artist Wayne Gonzales. This body of work continues Gonzales' interrogation into American politics, culture and history using a highly expressive method of crosshatching. The artist developed this technique after creating drawings and etchings that used black lines to create light and shadow. These paintings depict seemingly disparate scenes, but shown together they have a strong collaborative narrative of contemporary American cultural fatigue.
SP-Arte 2017For SP-Arte 2017 Stephen Friedman Gallery presents a specially curated solo exhibition by Swedish artist Andreas Eriksson. This is the first time that Eriksson's work has been shown in Brazil since his inclusion in the 2012 São Paulo Biennial. The artist is known for expressive paintings inspired by the Nordic landscape in which time slows to a halt.