Frieze New York May 2018 #friezeweek #friezeartfair
NEW! Join 2018 Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic @jerrysaltz's talk, entitled “Art World Lost > Art World Regained” at 6pm on Thursday, May 3 at #friezeny. Presented in partnership with @nymag. Free for all Thursday preview ticket holders.
@hankwillisthomas talks through his Frieze New York presentation. Fair-goers will enter the fair under the artist's fabric works, each recalling the American flag but with stars that number lives lost by gun violence in recent years. Filmed at the @jackshainman by @labushell. The ‘What We Ask Is Simple’ exhibition is on show at the gallery until May 12. Link in bio for #friezeny tickets
Our daily #FriezeTalks schedule is out now! Talks are free for all fair's visitors. From Fred Moten (Professor in @nyuperformancestudies) in conversation with Sondra Perry (artist) to Man Booker Prize nominee, Ottessa Moshfegh (Homesick for Another World) in conversation with South Korean writer, @pattyycottrell (Sorry to Disrupt the Peace). Link in bio for #friezyny tickets
Watch @jordannassar talk about his embroidered collection for @anatebgigallery’s booth in the Frame section at Frieze New York. He uses textiles to represent the Palestine that exists only in the minds of the diaspora Palestinians and the yearning that exists for this dreamer utopia. by @labushellLink in bio for #friezeny tickets
A solo exhibition from South Africa’s art star @kemangwalehulere at the @stevenson_za booth (D23). @creativetimenyc’s Elvira Dyangani Ose picked the artist as a must see:
"Whether scrutinizing episodes in the history of South Africa, or his own past as an artist, memory always takes sudden twists in his hands... in riposte, his works gesture toward steps into the future. Choosing to engage with a myriad of media for realization, his practice surprises me, exhibition after exhibition."
This moment of intimacy captured by photographer @nangoldinstudio will be featured alongside seminal figure of American modern art @annetruitt in the @matthewmarksgallery booth at Frieze New York. Other major figures of the 20th-century art world who will appear elsewhere in the fair include David Hockney, Barbara Bloom and Joseph Kosuth. Link in bio for tickets.
Watch out for Lara Schnitger's feminist protest-procession traversing Randall's Island during the Fair. The group will be adorned with banners, sculptures, quilts and will perform a "whisper network", an audible vocalization bubbling up from a soft murmur to a cracking shout. Within the Live booth, Schnitger is installing an interactive sequin-graffiti wall to enable fair-goers to express their hopes, fears, misgivings and desires.
Credit: Lara Schnitger, 'Suffragette City' (@hammer_museum, Los Angeles, USA), 2016 Courtesy the artist, @antonkerngallery, New York
Excited to see what the @lifewtr Fund selects this year as they return to Frieze New York, supporting the acquisition of a significant work for the @brooklynmuseum.
Launched last year, the fund made possible the Museum’s acquisition of Untitled (1971) by Virginia Jaramillo, a work currently featured in the international touring exhibition, “Soul of A Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power.”
An insight into the landscape of contemporary Brazilian art via Lucas Arruda who will be featured in @mendeswooddm’s group exhibition at Frieze New York, highlighted by our Artistic Director for the Americas @loringrandolphny
"In the Spotlight section curated by Toby Kamps this year, you can see work by Emma Amos, who is 80 years old, but whose pioneering African American portraiture is just coming back into view after her inclusion in the seminal exhibition “Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power” which recently closed at Crystal Bridges in Arkansas." @loringrandolphny picks her must sees for Frieze New York on frieze.com, including the @ryanleegallery Emma Amos presentation #friezeny