Fredericks & Freiser

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Fredericks & Freiser
536 W 24th St. New York
Venue Type: Gallery

Open hours
Regular hours Tue-Sat 10-6; Summer hours Tue-Fri 10-5
Gallery type

Fredericks & Freiser was founded in March 1996 by Jessica Fredericks and Andrew Freiser. The gallery is located on the ground floor at 536 West 24th Street and was designed by noted architect Andrew Ong. Formerly housed in an 1860s brownstone on West 22nd Street, the gallery was one of the original pioneers of the Chelsea art district. Jessica Fredericks began her career at Andre Emmerich Gallery. She was an exhibition coordinator and dealer at Gagosian Gallery, and the Director of Jose Freire Fine Art. Andrew Freiser was the Assistant Director of Apex Art.

The gallery represents a select group of emerging and internationally established artists. We have a strong commitment to introducing new contemporary art to New York as well as representing artists of earlier generations whose work is relevant to current ideas and attitudes. Gallery artists have exhibited at the most prestigious venues for contemporary art, including The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago, PS1/MOMA, The Whitney Museum of American Art, Stedelijk Museum, Carnegie Museum of Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

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