Randall’s Island Park – Frieze New York Art Fair. The second edition of Frieze New York, the leading international contemporary art fair, took place in New York’s Randall’s Island Park. Designed by SO – IL architects, Frieze New York was held in a unique bespoke structure overlooking the East River. A selection of over 180 of the world’s leading contemporary art galleries and a selection of emerging galleries participated in the Focus and Frame sections of the fair.
Above. In the Sculpture Park to greet you Paul McCarthy’s Balloon Dog (2013), an 80-foot-high inflatable work.
Frieze: @ Lehmann Maupin – Do Ho Suh (2011) Wielandstr. 18, 12159 Berlin, freestanding polyester construction.
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Frieze: @ White Cube – Damien Hirst (1992) Nothing is a Problem for Me, Glass, Steel, MDF, Aluminum and drug packaging.
Frieze: @ Hauser and Wirth – Paul McCarthy (2013) Balloon Dog, Horizontal (working title), three photographs pigment print.
Frieze: @ L and M Arts L.A. – Barbara Kruger (2013) Untitled (You Look Good).
Frieze: @ Gavine Brown’s Enterprise - Jonathan Horowitz (2002) Pillow Talk, 96 sets of framed ink-jet prints.
Frieze: @ Frieze Projects section, curated by Cecilia Alemani; Matteo Tannatt (2013) The Smile Goes Round, one of seven sculptures on which viewers were invited to sit and use. Each of these situations were activated by scripted performances offering viewers both a resting point and a temporary stage for public theatre.