The North American Pavilion was an exhibition of eight young galleries from the United States, Mexico and Canada, hosted by Frieze at their No. 9 Cork Street space located in the heart of Mayfair, London’s gallery district.
The show was composed of an innovative group of galleries, all under five-years-old and hailing variously from New York City, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Atlanta, and Montreal: Bruises Gallery, Emma Scully Gallery, NOON Projects, MARTA, OF THE CLOTH, Studio IMA, and TIWA Select.
The guiding principle behind the North American Pavilion was a celebration of the cultures existing side-by-side in the vast North American landmass; each gallery occupied an entire room in the former townhouse-turned-exhibition space.
We were happy to present a selection of historical works alongside contemporary works by Elliot Camarra, New York City, NY , Valentina Cameranesi-Sgroi Milan, Italy , and Kristin Dickson-Okuda, Los Angeles, CA.