The fair “opens the door” to more historical work but maintains its commitment to contemporary

Frieze New York, known for its cutting-edge contemporary art, is looking back in time this year, with more galleries showing 20th-century art than ever before.
Some of the oldest works come courtesy of the New York-based dealer Jason Jacques, who is the first ceramics specialist to exhibit at the fair. He is showing 19th-century sculptures by Jean-Joseph Carriès ($7,000-$55,000) alongside contemporary works by Eric Serritella ($30,000-$150,000). 

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