Seventeen galleries from all over the world have convened to exhibit the work of pan-African artists and artists of the African diaspora.
Frieze Week 2016
NADA New York Gets Nasty
NADA New York, the New Art Dealers Alliance’s (NADA) hometown art fair, has a reputation for showing a certain type of clinical, vaguely cynical, and aggressively cool contemporary art.
Soylent, a Donkey, and Even Some Good Art: A Frieze New York Diary
1pm: The press preview for Frieze New York 2016 on Randall’s Island begins! Or so they say. I am power walking out the door of my office in Williamsburg.
New Portal Art Fair Fails to Make the Most of a Lower Manhattan Landmark
Most tourists who wander into the rotunda of Federal Hall on Wall Street likely won’t be there for this week’s Portal Art Fair, but the three floors of mixed-media art may cause them to linger longer in the 19th-century space.
How Do Artists Feel About Art Fairs?
Art fairs are a bit like the shopping malls of the art world.
Your Concise Guide to Frieze Week 2016
New York City’s second big week of art fairs, Frieze Week, has become almost as dauntingly vast as its first, Armory Week, but we’re here to help!
Ulay Returns to Perform in New York After Decades-long Hiatus
This month marks Ulay’s return to New York as a performer after 30 years, with a site-specific installation and three-day performance at Kustera Projects Red Hook during Frieze Week.