Expo Chicago has named the 170 galleries set to take part in the fair’s 2024 edition, its first held under the leadership of Frieze, which acquired the event alongside the Armory Show last year.
Taking part in the fair are a number of Chicago galleries, including Document, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, and Corbett vs. Dempsey, as well as a good deal of blue-chip enterprises from beyond the city, among them Galeria Nara Roesler and Vielmetter Los Angeles.
Perrotin, one of the biggest enterprises participating this time, has made its return to the fair after a hiatus, as have galleries like Mariane Ibrahim, Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, and Harper’s.
Meanwhile, Mexico City’s Labor and New York’s Hannah Traore Gallery are among those participating for the first time.
Kristell Chadé, executive director of Frieze Fairs, said in a statement, “Building on a strong foundation, Frieze has collaborated with EXPO CHICAGO to showcase an elevated experience for visitors and exhibitors alike. Through its robust international network of galleries and collectors, Frieze is committed to supporting EXPO CHICAGO’s continued success.”
The exhibitor list is available here.