With art fairs grounded and galleries temporarily or permanently closed, more and more sales happened directly from artist to buyer.
This year’s edition will highlight contemporary art from Africa and its diaspora through both an online platform and an in-person exhibition.
“Oh no, she’s good. She’s a pandemic baby.”
Mixed feelings aside, we can all agree on one thing: it was better than an online viewing room.
Frieze is offering free browsing for the first time and an app that allows you to imagine artworks inside your home. The director of Frieze New York, Loring Randolph, elaborates on these features and more in an interview with Hyperallergic.
Volta was hot, sticky, and crowded. Independent might make you swoon. One visitor calls Art on Paper “more real.”
From art about environmental recklessness to Caribbean post-coloniality, Armory kicked off the spring art fair season in spite of growing coronavirus concerns.
Your useful guide to the fairs and exhibitions of interest this week.
Your comics dispatch from Frieze Week.
Even with art on view from dozens of countries, I found myself most drawn to work from local Mexican artists and spaces.
Amid the current state of US politics, the latest fall edition of the fair offered a selection of mostly apolitical artworks as soothing as a BBC documentary.
The Satellite Art Show has arrived in Brooklyn this weekend with 30-plus exhibitors and a strong lineup of performance programming, panel discussions, and screenings.