The most effective highlights of Frieze New York 2021
More than a year after that New York CityThe last major art fair turned the light off that Art world got up again with Frieze New York, Highlight the first personal fair have been returning to New York ever since Covid-19 pandemic started. Of course, this year’s event looks a little different, is necessarily smaller, and ranges from 200 exhibitors in 2019 on only 64. Likewise, Frieze New York, 2021 will take place for the first time in an elegant new one Location in Manhattan, at the The shed, the Diller Scofidio + Renfro-designed center for culture and performing arts in Hudson Yards, compared to the usual expedition to Randall’s Island. Read on to discover that Highlights of that event represents what the The future could be!
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The fair started with the following health and Security protocolsVisitors were required to present a COVID-19 negative test or proof of vaccine for timed access. When it comes to them Artistis the representation mostly AmericanSome international exhibitors take part, from Brazil, London, and Buenos Airesand Boca do Lobo Blog takes you on a journey through the best of Frieze New York!
Douglas Rieger at Helena Anrather and Capsule Shanghai
The joint presentation of New York gallery Helena Anrather and Capsule Shanghai was one of the standout at the Frame section. Showcasing new work, recent sculptures, and mixed media by the emerging Pittsburgh artist Douglas Rieger. The anthropomorphic sculptures are made with great precision from wood, silicone, steel and vinyl to reveal opposing sensations of soft and hard, rough and smooth.
Ewa Juszkiewicz and Rachel Feinstein, Gagosian
Gagosian decided to dedicate his large space to a couple of Female artists who undermine and challenge the male-dominated area of art history in their practices: the Polish painter Ewa Juszkiewicz, and the Sculptor Rachel Feinstein, known for her dark humorous aesthetic. Feinstein represents a group of large-format people in her works of art Majolica sculptures, inspired by Franz Anton Bustelli’s Rococo Commedia dell’arte figures, while Ewa painting Introduce yourself familiar Masterpieces from the 18th and 19th centuries They depict fashionably dressed women who disrupt the veneer by hiding their faces with wrapped fabric or elaborate hairstyles.
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Annette Messager, Marian Goodman Gallery
Marian Goodman Gallery brought to Frieze New York a museum quality Single presentation of works of art by the renowned French contemporary artist Annette Messenger that hovers between playful and macabre! In a separate room, Petite Babylone (2019) consists of dozen of black abstract shapes and stuffed animals grouped on the floor. A slow light The display creates a ballet of shadows that gives an immersive feeling. Black drawings hang on the wall with five drawings between them 42 of her characteristic sculptures. A series of watercolor drawings complete the impressive stand.
With its mix of stabilized and emerging Brazilian artistsincluding a great new seascape painting by Marina Perez Simão that was sold on the first day of the fair, Mendes Wood, A state-of-the-art gallery where outposts are maintained Sao Paulo and New York, celebrated Brazilian creativity at the Frisian New York! Between the others Highlights is a wall sculpture by Sonia Gomes that wonderfully combines used textiles with everyday materials!
Stephen Friedman Gallery
Fascinating paintings Representation of non-binary people by an artist from Cornwall Sarah Ball are some of the biggest highlights on the Stephen Friedman Gallery in London! Loaded with emotions and deep sensitivity, The incredibly beautiful faces look straight out of the frame at the viewer and hold them tight Attention.
Nara Roesler Gallery
Galeria Nara Roesler, which has just opened its first gallery in New York’s Chelsea Galleryfeatures a carefully curated group of three influential Brazilian artists, and everyone explores the concept of self. Carlito Carvalhosa The focus is on an interesting dialogue with lively, colorful mirrors Cristina Canale gestural portraits. Sculptures made of perforated sound stone, which sit on concrete pillars by the artist Amelia Toledo surrounded these works of art. Toledo combines the history of concrete art in Brazil with a personal fascination for nature.