New York City in Bloom

The Shed, New York

Ever the epicenter of arts and culture, New York City has always come most alive in the Spring. The city’s art scene is finally in full bloom after years of subdued activity in the wake of the pandemic. Last week’s New York Art Week witnessed the opening of major fairs such as The Independent and TEFAF, as well as a myriad of other gallery shows and exhibitions. The fun is certainly not over yet. This weekend marks the opening of three additional fairs; NADA, Frieze, and VOLTA. Fairs are a unique opportunity to view the selections of an international assortment of galleries and gain a bird’s eye view of the global contemporary art scene.

This selection includes highlights from the galleries presenting at each of these fairs. If you find yourself in the city this weekend, be sure to check out all the hubbub and witness the market in action! If you have to miss it but something here catches your eye, don’t hesitate to reach out.

Uta Barth, ….And To Draw a Bright White Line With Light (Untitled 11.9), 2011, Inkjet print face-mounted against matte acrylic, 37 x 55 inches.
Sherrill Roland, I remember nights, I didn’t remember nights, 2023, Etched acrylic, Kool-Aid, acrylic medium, epoxy, resin, 48 x 48 x 2 inches.
Zak Kitnick, The Month of Efficiency (Blue With Green Points), 2023, Enamel on Canvas, 47 x 71 inches.
Roe Ethridge, Decanter With White Roses, 2017-23, Dye sublimation print, Edition of 5, 42 x 32 inches.
Suzan Frecon, arco della tentazione (red earths), 2022. Oil on linen, 87.54 x 107.99 inches. © Suzan Frecon. Courtesy the artist and David Zwirner.
Remy Jungerman, Pimba Agida Susa II, 2023, Cotton textile, kaolin (pimba) on wood panel, 74.8 x 94.5 inches.
Jochen Muhlenbrink, MTP, 2023, Acrylics, oil, and resin on canvas, 33 1/10 x 25 1/5 inches.

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