The fifth edition of Frieze New York opens to the public on Thursday, May 5, with a preview day on Wednesday, May 4. The fair, which is divided into five sections including a public works section, will bring together 202 galleries from 31 countries to Randall’s Island Park, located in the East River. Among the highlights are Mai-Thu Perret at Los Angeles’s David Kordansky Gallery, Liu Shiyuan at Shanghai’s Leo Xu Projects, and David Wojnarowicz at New York’s P.P.O.W.
Click the photos below to see works on offer at the fair.
ALL IMAGES: COURTESY THE ARTIST, THEIR GALLERY, AND FRIEZE; ADDITIONAL CREDITS WHERE NOTED
Agnieszka Kurant, Currency Converter, 2016, Map of Informal Currencies, wood, steel, iron, Plexiglas, and various objects.
hunt kastner, Prague
Basim Magdy, The Hollow Desire to Populate Imaginary Cities, 2014, 30 C-prints from chemically altered slides on metallic paper. COMMISSIONED BY ART IN GENERAL, NEW YORK, IN COLLABORATION WITH HOME, MANCHESTER, UK
David Kordansky, Los Angeles
Mai-Thu Perret, Les guérillères III, 2016, figure in steel, wire, paper mâché, acrylic paint, gouache, synthetic hair, cotton and polyester fabric, bronze, polyester resin, ceramic, wool blanket, and steel base. KEVIN TODORA
Acquavella Galleries, New York
Roy Lichtenstein, Woman Reading, 1980, oil and magna on canvas.
Liam Gillick, When Do We Need More Tractors Five Plans, 1999, wood, paper, text, trash, vodka, glitter, cloth, video copy of One Plus One by Jean-Luc Godard, and fresh lemons. BLAISE ADILON/INSTALLED AT: MAGASIN, GRENOBLE, 2014
Leo Xu Projects, Shanghai
Liu Shiyuan, OMG, Welcome, 2015, Acrylic beaded curtains, wallpaper.
MISAKO & ROSEN, Tokyo and London
Josh Brand, Painted Plant, 2012, unique C-print.
The Box, Los Angeles
Howard Fried, The Decomposition of My Mother's Wardrobe, 2014–16. FREDRIK NILSEN
James Cohan Gallery, New York
Beatriz Milhazes, Mariola, 2015, aluminum, brass, copper, acrylic, hand-painted enamel on aluminum, polyester and paper flowers, foiled paper, woodblock, and screen print.