The eighth edition of Independent New York opens to the public on Friday, March 3, with a preview day on Thursday, March 2. The art fair, which returns to Spring Studios in Tribeca for a second year, will gather 52 exhibitors from 20 cities, with 15 holding booths for the first time. The invitational fair, co-founded by Elizabeth Dee and Darren Flook in 2010, will have five themes across the fair: solo exhibitions by women artists, 1980s-generation artists, key works from the ’70s, inter-generational groupings, and site-specific installations. Among the highlights are Barbara Bloom at David Lewis, Howardena Pindell at Garth Greenan Gallery, and Derrick Adams at Tilton Gallery.
Click the photos below to see works on offer at the fair.
ALL IMAGES: COURTESY THE ARTIST AND THEIR GALLERY; ADDITIONAL CREDITS WHERE NOTED
Project Native Informant, London
Hal Fischer, A Salesman, 1979 (printed 2015), carbon pigment print.
David Lewis, New York
Barbara Bloom, (No Journalists), 1981, archival digital prints.
Canada, New York
Katherine Bradford, Couple, Beach, 2016, acrylic on canvas. JASON MANDELLA
Garth Greenan Gallery, New York
Howardena Pindell, Video Drawings: Swimming, 1976, chromogenic print.