Top Ten Preview Picks for Frieze New York, 2014
Salon 94 based in New York will be at Booth C42 and will be presenting work by Jules de Balincourt, Kuengo Caputo, Misaki Kawai, Sylvie Fleury, Marilyn Minter, Jayson Musson, Tom Sachs, David Benjamin Sherry, Laurie Simmons and Betty Woodman whose work is featured above.
Salon 94 has three locations in New York, including 12 East 94th Street, 1 Freeman Alley, and 243 Bowery.
Francois Ghebaly Gallery is based in Los Angeles, California. They will be featuring Neil Beloufa, Sayre Gomez, Patrick Jackson, Joel Kyack (whose work is above) and Gina Osterloh. They will be located at Booth A35.
Francois Ghebaly Gallery is located at 2245 East Washington Blvd., LA
Team Gallery based in Soho, New York will be presenting artworks for sale by Cory Arcangel, Robert Janitz, Suzanne McClelland, Ryan McGinley, Tabor Robak, Gert & Uwe Tobias, Daniel Turner, Pieter Vermeersch, Banks Violette and Stanley Whitney. They have a strong program focusing on mostly painting and sculptural installation but also represent a few photographers including Ryan McGinley.
Team will be located at Booth B3.
In New York, they have two locations including 83 Grand Street and 47 Wooster Street.
Galerie Perrotin, recently expanded to New York and Honk Kong. Originally based in Paris, France the gallery is continuing to grow and exciting roster of young artists including Daniel Arsham and Gregor Hildebrandt. For Frieze New York they will be displaying work by KAWS, John Henderson, Daniel Arsham, Sophie Calle, Lionel Estève, Bernard Frize, Laurent Grasso, Gregor Hildabrandt, Farhad Moshiri, Takashi Murakami, Jean-Michel Othoniel, Claude Rutault, Michael Sailstorfer, Jesús Rafael Soto and Xavier Veilhan.
Their Booth is C44 and as in New York they are located at 909 Madison Avenue, Paris at 76 Rue De Turenne and Hong Kong at 50 Connaught Road Central.
Untiled New York will be participating in Frieze NY with artists Artie Vierkant and Brendan Fowler. Located at 30 Orchard Street in the Lower East Side, the gallery has gained much notoriety since it’s inception and is one of the best contemporary art spaces in New York.
They will be located at Booth D32.
Focusing on solely two of their artists from an impressive roster, this year David Zwirner Gallery is presenting work by Donald Judd (1928-1994) and Yayoi Kusama. Both artists, although aesthetically different, have both been leaders in their prospective fields, Judd sculpture and Kusama painting and sculpture. Kusama had her first solo exhibition with the gallery in autumn of 2013 which attracted thousands of visitors and acclaim.
They will be located at Booth C49 and will also feature a special talk on Saturday, May 10th at noon with Beatrix Ruff and Jordan Wolfson.
David Zwirner Gallery has locations in New York on 19th and 20th streets respectively and in London at 24 Grafton Street.
Stepping a bit outside the the box, Not for Profit Artists Space will be in Booth A17 with forth artists! The money from sales will go directly to the 40 Years Artists Space Program Fund, established in 2012, directly supporting the production of new works. Artists include John Giorno, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Ed Atkins (video still above), Emily Sunblad and others.
Located at 38 Greene Street and 55 Walker Street in Soho, New York, the gallery has a diverse program and occasionally hosts film screenings and book readings/signings.
Lisson Gallery will be in Booth B58 for Frieze NY. They will have work by Ai Weiwei, Cory Arcangel, James Casebere, Richard Deacon, Spencer Finch, Ceal Floyer, Ryan Gander, Dan Graham, Rodney Graham, Carmen Herrera, Christian Jankowski, Peter Joseph, Anish Kapoor, John Latham, Haroon Mirza, Jonathan Monk, Pedro Reyes and Jorinde Voigt.
Lisson Gallery has locations across the globe including London, Milan, New York and Singapore.
Galeri NON will present video by Meriç Algün Ringborg (b. 1983) who lives and works in Stockholm and Istanbul. The work, A World of Blind Chance (2014) , is a three-channel video . From the press release:
In an exercise in constrained writing Algün Ringborg has composed a script for a theater play using only the Oxford English Dictionary‘s exemplifying sentences. Perusing the dictionary, she cuts and pastes in order to ‘write’. All the lines in the monologue delivered by actor Michael Nyqvist, each move he is directed to make, and the details of the set are dictated by Algün Ringborg’s attempt to explore the act of writing and creating by not writing or making anything. This is an undertaking to see what can and cannot be said; a look at authorship, language, and creativity.
For the fair in New York they will be in Booth B19 and are permanently at Tomtom Mahallesi Nur-i Ziya Sokak No:16, Beyoğlu 34439, Istanbul, Turkey.
Lisa Cooley is one of the few galleries who will be putting the focus on two female artists; Alice Channer and Cynthia Daignault. Channer makes large-scale installations and had work in The Encyclopedic Palace, The Biennale di Venezia, 2013. Daignault is an oil painter whose work offers non-emotional, yet psychological representation with subjects ranging from fluffy clouds to verdant trees. The Booth they are in is A33.
Lisa Cooley gallery is in the Lower East Side of New York at 107 Norfolk Street.
Frieze New York is in its third year in New York. The fair, originated in London and will have over 190 galleries from all over the globe in a park situated on Randall’s Island.
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