At least ask the price, and even buy home – Takashi Murakami, David Hockney, Tracy Emin and Roy Lichtenstein
|If the May holidays caught you in New York, you’ll be lucky enough to be at one of the most prestigious art fairs: from May 4 for three days in the park Randall’s Island the seventh Frieze Fair will unfold. On the island of Randall will come more than 190 galleries, as well as artists and collectors. What you need to find and see with your own eyes on 76 thousand square meters of exhibition space, connoisseurs of contemporary art we tell below.
|The first thing you’ll see on the island will be the work of 34-year-old Adam Pendleton. His works are painted at home by Leonardo DiCaprio and Venus Williams, and a large protest flag Black Dada Flag (Black Lives Matter) will be erected directly above the exhibition pavilion Frieze. With its smaller version, Pendleton in 2015 represented Belgium at the Venice Biennale.
|Responsible for Pendleton gallery pace will also show works David Hockney: in addition to traveling a great retrospective of the artist (now she is visiting the New York Museum of Modern Art) on Frieze you can see more of his digital works. Open to new technologies, Hockney actively uses graphics programs on its iPhone and iPad. His first sketches on the screen he made under the impression of a trip to Yosemite National Park in 2010. His technological experiments and look for at the stand Pace.
Robert Terrien, untitled (Folding table and green chairs), 2008
|Frieze for his still short history managed to become famous for the format of gallery solo-collections of artists. So, gallery of Gagosian will bring to Frieze the work of an American artist, a specialist in the game with scales Robert Terriena. There will be a giant dining set, and the famous “Black telephone cloud”, and many other works fully revealing the general direction of the artist’s work. In addition, Gagosian Gallery participates in the special exhibition section For Your Infotainment / Hudson and Feature Inc, which will present rare works Takashi Murakami.
Takashi Murakami, Pink Milk, 1997
|The works of the Englishwoman Tracey Emin go look at the Brussels stand Xavier Hufkens Gallerie. Here there are bronze sculptures, and neon inscriptions, and graphics on paper.
|And at the stand Castelli galleries you on the contrary will wait for a selection of works by various authors – the brightest representatives of American contemporary art – Roy of Liechtenstein, Richard Arthwager and Richard Pettibona. 303 Gallery: colorful art will be asking you to go home Dag Aitken, Rodney Graham, Mary Heilmann and Sue Williams.
Doug Aitken, Jungle Plane, 2017
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