For four glorious days this month (five if you count the buzzy preview), the 2024 Frieze Art Fair took over The Shed in Manhattan. Though the space was smaller than its previous home in Randall’s Island Park, this year’s fair still managed to house over 60 participants spanning 25 countries.

Like last year, the show was spread out over three levels, with the major galleries presenting on the first floor. Interestingly, this year’s show had a number of solo presentations, including new work by Alex Katz (at Gladstone Gallery) and Elias Sime (at James Cohan), Dewey Crumpler (at Jenkins Johnson Gallery), and Kaveri Raina‘s first solo display since joining Casey Kaplan.

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Guests viewing new work by Alex Katz, on view at Gladstone’s booth

The Gagosian booth

Meanwhile, an upper level was home to Focus, Frieze’s showcase of galleries up to 12 years old. Lumi Tan, the curator, writer, and curatorial director of Luna Luna, made her debut overseeing the section. “This year’s Focus section promotes an expanded definition of discovery that extends beyond age or exposure,” she said in a release. “In this truly intergenerational group of artists, audiences will recognize innovators who have long represented stories and perspectives overlooked by dominant culture. It’s a thrilling opportunity to bring those who have been steadfast in their position for decades together with younger artists who share throughlines in their artistic and societal concerns.”

In terms of sales, the fair also had a respectable turnout. According to Artsy, White Cube oversaw the sale of ’s Disremembered XIV (2014) for $1 million. Not too shabby.