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Fredericks & Freiser presents work by gallery artists Kathe Burkhart, Mark Thomas Gibson, Jenna Gribbon, Jocelyn Hobbie, Anna Kenneally, Lizzy Lunday, Cristina de Miguel, Lamar Peterson, and Kate Pincus-Whitney. Though widely divergent in their processes, these artists make paintings that represent contemporary culture through a mix of history, private experience, sexuality, and an uneasy relationship to realism.

Established in 1996, Fredericks & Freiser is a contemporary art gallery owned by Jessica Fredericks and Andrew Freiser. The gallery, designed by Andrew Ong, is located on the ground floor of Chelsea’s West 24th street.

Fredericks & Freiser represents both emerging and established artists. Since their beginning as one of the early galleries in the Chelsea art scene, the gallery has been committed to presenting artists' first solo exhibitions as well as historical exhibitions that spotlight artists of earlier generations, whose work is particularly relevant to current developments and ideas. While fostering a continuum between the past and the present, the gallery’s curatorial program has maintained a long history of focusing on artists who have made important contributions to the development of 20th and 21st century art.

Gallery artists have received numerous awards including MacArthur Fellowship, Rome Prize, Baloise Art Prize, Guggenheim Fellowship, Joan Mitchell Fellowship, and many others. They have exhibited in numerous international exhibitions including the Whitney Biennial, Site Santa Fe Biennial, Documenta, and Venice Biennale. They have been written about extensively and have appeared on the covers of Artforum, Art in America, Modern Painters, Sculpture, Art News, Purple, and Frieze.

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