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제목 Frieze Seoul Returns for 2023: Details Announced
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작성일자 2023-06-03
The fair will come back to COEX in September, featuring more than 120 international galleries plus specially curated sections highlighting emerging and historical artists


Frieze today has revealed initial details of the second edition of Frieze Seoul, which will take place at COEX from September 6 to 9, 2023. The fair will be led again by Director Patrick Lee and will feature more than 120 galleries. Participating exhibitors span 30 countries across the globe and include a strong core of galleries from across Asia, with a particular emphasis on those with spaces in Korea. It will take place alongside Kiaf SEOUL – operated by the Galleries Association of Korea – with the two fairs working together to celebrate the city’s growing creative community.


Andrea Marie Breiling, Untitled (The Center of the Universe Cont...), 2022, aerosol spray on canvas, 108 x 186 in (274.3 x 472.4 cm), Image Credit: Courtesy of the Artist and Night Gallery, Photographer: Lance Brewer
Andrea Marie Breiling, Untitled (The Center of the Universe Cont...), 2022, aerosol spray on canvas, 108 x 186 in (274.3 x 472.4 cm), Image Credit: Courtesy of the Artist and Night Gallery, Photographer: Lance Brewer

This year, the fair will see the introduction of LG OLED as the Official Headline Partner of Frieze Seoul, marking the beginning of a collaboration that brings together the worlds of art and technology. The fair is also supported by Deutsche Bank, which this year celebrates its 20th anniversary as global lead partner with Frieze, continuing a shared commitment to artistic excellence.


Kenneth Bergfeld
, Cellphone’s Death, 2022
, Oil on canvas
, 40 x 30 x 2 cm (15 3/4 x 11 3/4 x 3/4 in), Courtesy of the artist and Project Native Informant, London
Kenneth Bergfeld, Cellphone’s Death, 2022, Oil on canvas, 15 3/4 x 11 3/4 x 3/4 inches (40 x 30 x 2 cm), Courtesy of the artist and Project Native Informant, London

Patrick Lee said: ‘Building on the success of last year’s inaugural edition, Frieze Seoul 2023 features a line-up of exceptional galleries from across the globe, with a special focus on Asia-based exhibitors showcasing the best art from the region. In addition, we are excited to expand the fair’s dynamic program of special projects embodying the spirit of collaboration, creating a moment for cross-cultural connections between artists, collectors, curators and art enthusiasts from around the world. I look forward to a week of creativity extending beyond the fair and am thankful for the support and enthusiasm of the government, Kiaf and all the arts institutions involved. We invite everyone to join us this September to celebrate Seoul’s vibrant arts and cultural landscape.’


Sung Neung Kyung, Venue 2, 1980, Gelatin silver print, 18 panels, each: 10.52 x 15.35 x 1.42 inches (26.7 x 39 x 3.6 cm), Courtesy the artist and Lehmann Maupin, New York, Hong Kong, Seoul, and London
Sung Neung Kyung, Venue 2, 1980, Gelatin silver print, 18 panels, each: 10.52 x 15.35 x 1.42 inches (26.7 x 39 x 3.6 cm), Courtesy the artist and Lehmann Maupin, New York, Hong Kong, Seoul, and London


LEADING GALLERIES
The fair’s Main section will feature 89 major galleries from across the globe, including a growing core contingent of Asia-based exhibitors.


Participants in the second edition of Frieze Seoul include: Gallery Baton (Seoul); Carlos/Ishikawa (London), Commonwealth and Council (Los Angeles, Mexico City); Paula Cooper Gallery (New York); Galerie Chantal Crousel (Paris); Gagosian (New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Geneva, Basel, Gstaad, Rome, Athens, Hong Kong); Hauser & Wirth (Hong Kong, London, Los Angeles, New York, Somerset, Zürich, Gstaad, St. Moritz, Monaco, Menorca); Galerie Max Hetzler (Berlin, Paris, London, Marfa); Taka Ishii Gallery (Tokyo, Kyoto, Maebashi); Tina Kim Gallery (New York, Seoul), Kukje Gallery (Seoul, Busan); Kurimanzutto (Mexico City, New York); Lehmann Maupin (New York, Hong Kong, Seoul, London, Palm Beach); Lisson Gallery (London, New York, Los Angeles, Shanghai, Beijing); Mendes Wood DM (São Paulo, Brussels, New York); The Modern Institute (Glasgow); Neugerriemschneider (Berlin); Taro Nasu (Tokyo); Pace Gallery (New York, London, Hong Kong, Seoul, Geneva, Palm Beach, Los Angeles); PKM Gallery (Seoul); ROH (Jakarta); Thaddaeus Ropac (London, Paris, Salzburg, Seoul); Sprüth Magers (Berlin, London, Los Angeles, New York); Take Ninagawa (Tokyo); Gallery Vacancy (Shanghai); Vadehra Art Gallery (New Delhi); and David Zwirner (New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Hong Kong).


This year will see several galleries participating in Frieze Seoul for the first time, including Antenna Space (Shanghai); Crèvecœur (Paris); Galerie Peter Kilchmann (Zurich, Paris); Goodman Gallery (Johannesburg, Cape Town, London); Jessica Silverman (San Francisco); Scai The Bathhouse (Tokyo); Station (Sydney, Melbourne); and Galerie Quynh (Ho Chi Minh City). The full list of main section galleries can be found below.


FRIEZE MASTERS
Byun Wol-ryong, Old Man Reading While Holding a Tobacco Pipe, 1987, Oil on canvas, 45×59.5cm, courtesy the Artist and Hakgojae Gallery
Byun Wol-ryong, Old Man Reading While Holding a Tobacco Pipe, 1987, Oil on canvas, 45×59.5cm, courtesy the artist and Hakgojae Gallery
Following its successful launch in 2022, Frieze Seoul will see the return of a dedicated Frieze Masters section, steered by Nathan Clements-Gillespie (Director, Frieze Masters). This year the section will expand to feature more than 20 galleries showing art from throughout the ages, and will offer a unique contemporary perspective on thousands of years of art history. The section will include works from collectible objects to significant masterpieces from Old Masters to the late 20th century.


FOCUS ASIA
Priyageetha Dia, we.remain.in.multiple.motions_malaya, 2022. Video still, HD video with stereo sound, CGI, 16:9, 4k, colour, 12 min. Image courtesy of the artist and Yeo Workshop
Priyageetha Dia, we.remain.in.multiple.motions_malaya, 2022. Video still, HD video with stereo sound, CGI, 16:9, 4k, colour, 12 min. Image courtesy of the artist and Yeo Workshop
Frieze Seoul 2023 will return with Focus Asia, a dedicated section of the fair showcasing ten solo artist presentations from Asia-based galleries, opened in or after 2011. This year, the section is advised by Hyejung Jang (Chief Curator, DOOSAN Gallery) and Joselina Cruz (Director and Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design (MCAD), De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde, Manila).





FULL GALLERY LIST


Main Galleries
Gallery 1957
Anomaly
Antenna Space
Arario Gallery
Bank
Gallery Baton
Blum & Poe
Canada
Carlos/Ishikawa
Château Shatto
Sadie Coles HQ
Commonwealth and Council
Paula Cooper Gallery
Crèvecœur
Galerie Chantal Crousel
Dastan Gallery
Massimo De Carlo
The Drawing Room
Dvir Gallery
Empty Gallery
Stephen Friedman Gallery
Gagosian
François Ghebaly
Gladstone
Goodman Gallery
Jason Haam
Hauser & Wirth
Galerie Max Hetzler
High Art
Taka Ishii Gallery
Johyun Gallery
Kosaku Kanechika
Karma
Kiang Malingue
Galerie Peter Kilchmann
Tina Kim Gallery
David Kordansky Gallery
Tomio Koyama Gallery
Kukje Gallery
Kurimanzutto
Simon Lee Gallery
Leeahn Gallery
Lehmann Maupin
Galerie Lelong & Co.
Josh Lilley
Lisson Gallery
Maho Kubota Gallery
Mendes Wood DM
Mennour
Meyer Riegger
Misako & Rosen
Mitchell-Innes & Nash
The Modern Institute
Nanzuka
Taro Nasu
Neugerriemschneider
Night Gallery
One And J. Gallery
P21
Pace Gallery
Perrotin
Petzel
PKM Gallery
Galerie Eva Presenhuber
Project Native Informant
Galerie Quynh
Almine Rech
ROH
Thaddaeus Ropac
Scai The Bathhouse
Esther Schipper
Silverlens
Jessica Silverman
Sprüth Magers
Galerie Gregor Staiger
Station
STPI Gallery
Take Ninagawa
Timothy Taylor
TKG+
Travesía Cuatro
Gallery Vacancy
Vadehra Art Gallery
Various Small Fires (VSF)
Michael Werner
Whistle
White Cube
Galerie Jocelyn Wolff
David Zwirner


Frieze Masters Galleries List
ACA Galleries
Ben Brown Fine Arts
Tokyo Gallery + BTAP
Cardi
Galleria Continua
Daniel Crouch Rare Books
Les Enluminures
Eric Firestone Gallery
Gana Art
Gray
Dr. Jörn Günther Rare Books
Hakgojae Gallery
Peter Harrington
Gallery Hyundai
Mazzoleni
Stephen Ongpin Fine Art
Robilant+Voena
Skarstedt
Tornabuoni Art
Axel Vervoordt Art & Antiques
Wooson Gallery


Focus Asia Galleries List
A-Lounge – Soojung Jung
Capsule Shanghai – Mevlana Lipp
Cylinder – Sinae Yoo
G Gallery – Woo Hannah
Yutaka Kikutake Gallery – Yuko Mohri
Lawrie Shabibi – Hamra Abbas
Marco Gallery – Taichi Yoshimura
Nova Contemporary – Prae Pupityastaporn
White Noise – Rondi Park
Yeo Workshop – Priyageetha Dia





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