For Frieze New York 2021, Kavi Gupta presents an online exhibition highlighting key works from some of today’s most influential contemporary artists. Recent works by Deborah Kass, Devan Shimoyama, and Beverly Fishman join a tightly curated selection of essential works from the oeuvres of Richard Hunt, Roger Brown (1941−1997), Clare Rojas, Michael Joo, and Young-Il Ahn (1934−2020).
We are also proud to present a selection of new works debuting in our summer shows from six of today’s most dynamic emerging artists: Allana Clarke; Michi Meko; Basil Kincaid; Kour Pour, whose exhibition Familiar Spirits is currently on view at Kavi Gupta | Washington Blvd.; Manuel Mathieu, whose exhibition Negroland: A Landscape of Desires is currently on view at Kavi Gupta | Elizabeth St.; and Mary Sibande, whose exhibition Unhand Me, Demon! will inaugurate our new street level gallery space at Kavi Gupta | Washington Blvd.
This vibrant presentation of both new and classic works highlights the aesthetic and conceptual diversity within our program.
In conjunction with Frieze New York 2021, join us on Saturday, May 8 for an online conversation between Manuel Mathieu and Pamela Joyner, examining Mathieu’s new works and the inspiration behind his latest exhibition with Kavi Gupta.