Paul Kasmin Gallery will offer Tina Barney, Joan Didion, 1999, at Frieze New York this week.
©TINA BARNEY/COURTESY THE ARTIST AND PAUL KASMIN GALLERY, NEW YORK
The seventh edition of Frieze New York opens to the public on Friday, May 4, with preview days for invited guests on May 2 and 3. The fair will bring together more than 190 galleries from 30 countries to Randall’s Island Park, in the East River. Among the highlights are
Emma Amos at New York’s Ryan Lee Gallery, Christopher Aque at Chicago’s Regards, and Jordan Nassar at Los Angeles’s Anat Ebgi.
Click the photos below to see works on offer at the fair.
ALL IMAGES: COURTESY THE ARTIST AND THEIR GALLERY; ADDITIONAL CREDITS WHERE NOTED
Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York Tina Barney, Joan Didion, 1999, chromogenic color print. ©TINA BARNEY
Alan Cristea Gallery, London Anni Albers, Camino Real, 1967, screenprint on Mohawk Superfine Bristol paper. COURTESY JOSEF AND ANNI ALBERS FOUNDATION AND ALAN CRISTEA GALLERY, LONDON
Chi-Wen Gallery, Taipei Yuan Goang-Ming, Landscape of Energy - Stillness, 2014, digital printing.
Ryan Lee Gallery, New York Emma Amos, Seated Figure and Nude, 1966, oil on canvas.
David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles Torbjørn Rødland, The Blue Door, 2018, chromogenic print.
PM8, Vigo, Spain Algirdas Šeškus, Untitled, 1983, Cibachrome.
Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles Jordan Nassar, The Arab Apocalypse, 2017, hand-embroidered cotton on cotton on canvas.
Hauser & Wirth Louise Bourgeois, Maison, 1986, steel and plaster. CHRISTOPHER BURKE/©THE EASTON FOUNDATION, LICENSED BY VAGA, NEW YORK/COURTESY THE FOUNDATION AND HAUSER & WIRTH</smalL.
Galleria Raffaella Cortese, Milan Zoe Leonard, Untitled Aerial [Shiny River no.2], 1988–2008, gelatin silver print.
Kavi Gupta Gallery, Chicago Tony Tasset, Mood Sculpture, n.d., fiberglass and paint.
Regards, Chicago Christopher Aque, Identity Intelligence (Desbrosses and Greenwich), 2015, gelatin silver print and acrylic screen print on matte board in aluminum frame.
Tina Kim Gallery, New York Minouk Lim, Camel's Ocean, 2015, wood, octopus net, sea snail, shells, steel, camera stand, squid, bones, blue sugar, hot glue, beads, and plastic tube.
Instituto de Vision, Bogotá Pia Camil, Deshecha en la cama (Undone in bed), 2017, ink on cotton fabric.
Walden Gallery, Buenos Aires Magali Lara, Infancia y eso, 1980, collage.
Magenta Plains, New York Madeline Hollander, Arena, 2017, HD video.
Gallery Hyundai, Seoul Lee Kun-Yong, Eating Biscuit, 1975, gelatin silver print.
Lehmann Maupin, New York and Hong Kong Shirazeh Houshiary, Sap, 2018 pigment and pencil, on white Aquacryl on canvas and aluminum.
Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zurich Beatriz González, Desplazamiento vertical (Vertical displacement), 2016, oil on canvas.
Roberts Projects, Los Angeles Betye Saar, Dispeller of Darkness, 1980, mixed media collage on paper.
Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York Curtis Talwst Santiago, Le Spam, 2017, mixed media diorama in reclaimed jewelry box.
David Lewis, New York Barbara Bloom, Confessional, 2007, six digital-prints, tack of five chairs, velvet curtains, and fixtures.
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, New York Nancy Grossman, Swarm, 1969–2014, wood, metal, bristle, and plastic assemblage mounted on plywood.
Casey Kaplan, New York Matthew Brannon, Concerning Vietnam: Oval Office, May 1963, 2018, silkscreen and hand-painted elements on paper. JASON WYCHE
Gallery Yamaki Fine Art, Kobe, Japan Kazuyo Kinoshita, Untitled, 1975, silkscreen and color felt-pen on paper.
Édouard Montassut, Paris Timothée Calame, Dr. S Gottlieb, 2017, wood, plastic, steel, motorized toys, fabric, and hair.
Proyectos Ultravioleta, Guatemala City Jorge de León, Untitled, 2017, acrylic on canvas.
Seventeen, London Justin Fitzpatrick, A squeeze of the hand, (Come, let us squeeze hands all round; nay, let us all squeeze ourselves into each other.), 2017, oil on canvas.
Zürcher Gallery, New York Merrill Wagner, Sanguine Five A, 1977, conté crayon and gaffers tape on Plexiglas.