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September 8-11, 2022   Javits Center
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Stephen Friedman Gallery

Booth 400
Yinka Shonibare CBE RA
Poseidon
2020

Presented
Artists

Leilah Babirye
Jonathan Baldock
Stephan Balkenhol
Claire Barclay
Melvin Edwards
Tom Friedman
Holly Hendry
Jim Hodges
Ilona Keseru
Rivane Neuenschwander
Yinka Shonibare CBE RA
David Shrigley
Jiro Takamatsu

Represented
Artists

Marina Adams
Mamma Andersson
Juan Araujo
Tonico Lemos Auad
Leilah Babirye
Jonathan Baldock
Stephan Balkenhol
Sarah Ball
Claire Barclay
Lisa Brice
Melvin Edwards
Andreas Eriksson
Manuel Espinosa
Denzil Forrester
Tom Friedman
Kendell Geers
Wayne Gonzales
Channing Hansen
Holly Hendry
Thomas Hirschhorn
Jim Hodges
Ilona Keserü
Rivane Neuenschwander
Ged Quinn
Deborah Roberts
Yinka Shonibare CBE RA
David Shrigley
Jiro Takamatsu
Caroline Walker
Kehinde Wiley
Luiz Zerbini

Stephen Friedman Gallery was founded in 1995 with a focus on representing emerging, mid-career and established artists from around the world. Since its inauguration, it has been based in Mayfair on Old Burlington Street. The gallery now has three spaces in which it hosts seven solo and group exhibitions per year. Additional works can be viewed by appointment in private rooms and office spaces. There is also a facility to exhibit outdoor sculpture in a landscaped private garden.

The gallery represents thirty artists, with areas of interest including conceptual and South American art, and covering abstraction, minimalism and figuration in painting, sculpture, video and installation. The gallery has an international programme and has overseen the rise of multiple high-profile artists, including David Shrigley (British) and Yinka Shonibare CBE RA (British Nigerian); Tom Friedman, Jim Hodges and Kehinde Wiley (American); Rivane Neuenschwander and Luiz Zerbini (Brazilian); Mamma Andersson and Andreas Eriksson (Swedish) and Kendell Geers (South African), amongst others. The gallery also works directly with the estates of Manuel Espinosa (Argentine) and Jiro Takamatsu (Japanese), enhancing its primary programme of contemporary art with historical presentations of twentieth century masters.

'25 Years', Stephen Friedman Gallery 2020
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