The 11 Best Booths at Frieze New York
Through Sunday at Frieze New York’s impressive white tent on Randall’s Island, visitors can snap selfies under a giant table designed by artist
Main Section, Booth E3
With works by Ann Agee, Ramiro Gomez, Anthony Iacono, Judith Linhares, Marth Wilson, and Martin Wong
Shoe lovers, head to
Main Section, Booth B5
With works by Doug Aitken, Jules de Balincourt, Ilse D’Hollander, Yayoi Kusama, Alice Neel, Maria Nepomuceno, Chris Ofili, Celia Paul, Conrad Shawcross, Do Ho Suh, and Sarah Sze
There’s something holy about the women in Yale Center for British Art.
Main Section, Booth B13
With works by Kara Walker, Erin Shirreff, Leonardo Drew, Jeffrey Gibson, Arturo Herrera, and Vik Muniz
Walk through a plastic curtain, and you’ve entered the sonic realm of Los Angeles-based artist
If the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s recent Offer Waterman Gallery.
Martos is giving away a publication entitled Class Notes, filled with scanned pages from
Main Section, Booth A5
With works by Gert and Uwe Tobias
Main Section, Booth A11
With works by Diego, MADSAKI, Tenga, and more
You can’t miss the booth for Kaikai Kiki, the Tokyo gallery helmed by
Filled with dark, brushy paintings of jungles and mountains, Galerie Kornfeld’s booth becomes something of a colorful forest itself: visitors wind around green, pink, and gray walls and columns to discover works from the 1960s through the ’80s by the late Georgian artist
Need a respite from the tent’s unforgiving brightness (which makes the artwork look good, the humans less so)? Step into the blackened room at Marian Goodman’s booth, where LACMA, the work now arrives to delight New York audiences.
Alina Cohen is a Staff Writer at Artsy.