Manuel Mendive, Shangó, c. 1975
Courtesy Cernuda Arte

As Frieze returns to Randall’s Island, Art New York brings a bevy of Cuban artworks to Manhattan. Here’s a quick guide on where to spot Cuban art at both fairs.

At Frieze New York

Galerie Peter Kilchmann. Los Carpinteros have long had a prominent spot in this Zurich-based gallery’s roster, and may be among the artists represented in its Frieze booth. B19.

Detail of Fire (United States of the Americas), 2017, by Teresita Fernández
Courtesy Lehmann Maupin

Lehmann Maupin. You may not spot art by Teresita Fernández in the Lehmann Maupin booth. Instead, head to the gallery’s space in Chelsea, where American Landscape: Teresita Fernández, Catherine Opie, Tim Rollins and K.O.S., Nari Ward runs through this Saturday, May 5. E6.

Galerie Lelong. The gallery’s presentation addresses the theme of immigration, with a portion of the proceeds to benefit the International Rescue Committee. Among the artists represented, look for Ana Mendieta’s 1981 photograph Guanaroca (Esculturas Rupestres) (Estate print 1994), as well as work by Zilia Sánchez. B16.

Ana Mendieta, Guanaroca (Esculturas Rupestres), 1981 (Estate print 1994)
© The Estate of Ana Mendieta Collection, LLC, courtesy Galerie Lelong & Co.

Nara Roessler Gallery. This booth is a likely spot for work by Alexandre Arrechea, who joined its roster last year. A26.

At TEFAF New York Spring

Lisson Gallery. At the Lisson booth, look for a striking work by Carmen Herrera—the wall-hung sculptural piece Untitled Estructura (Red), 1966/2015. Stand 62, Section Drill Hall.

Carmen Herrera, Untitled Estructura (Red), 1966/2015
Courtesy Lisson Gallery

And at Art New York

532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel. Gustavo Acosta, Elio Rodríguez, Carlos Rodríguez Cárdenas, and José Vincench are among the artists with work on view here. ANY105.

Galería La Acacia. The Havana gallery returns with work by Ariamna Contino, Alex Hernández, Frank Mujica, and José Ángel Toirac. ANY104.

Ariamna Contino, Value Judgment, 2017
Courtesy Galería La Acacia

Ascaso Gallery. Julio Larraz is among the artists on view at the Miami gallery’s booth. ANY123.

Cernuda Arte. In a booth showcasing Cuban art, look for work by some 40 artists, including Manuel Mendive, Roberto Fabelo, Juan Roberto Diago, Irina Elén González, Gilberto Frómeta, Vicente Hernández, and Gina Pellón. ANY220.

Roberto Fabelo, Gótico habanero (Gothic Habanero), 2017
Courtesy Cernuda Arte

Durban Segnini Gallery. Among the range of Latin American artists shown by this Miami gallery, look for work by Agustín Cárdenas. ANY208.

Laca Projects. At this booth, look for work by Carlos Estévez—perhaps some of the ceramic works that the gallery presented in its Charlotte, North Carolina space this past January. ANY131.

Tresart. Sandú Darié tops the list of artists presented by this longtime Miami gallery. ANY207.

Sandú Darié, Untitled, 1950s
Courtesy Tresart