In Nathaniel de Large’s studio, finishing up works for NADA.
FROM JESSE GREENBERG & MACGREGOR HARP, 247365 CO-FOUNDERS:
Augusto Arbizo’s office with maquettes for the Eleven Rivington booth.
FROM AUGUSTO ARBIZO, ELEVEN RIVINGTON FOUNDER:
The Journal Gallery
Packing the Colin Snapp pieces at the gallery. Chris Succo’s custom made/branded, Titanium White 1 in his Dusseldorf studio.
FROM MICHAEL NEVIN, THE JOURNAL CO-FOUNDER:
Bert the chocolate Pom unpacking a new Zane Lewis piece. Inside Michael Dotson's studio ahead of the fair.
FROM KATHY GRAYSON, THE HOLE FOUNDER:
Cherry tree paintings in Daniel Heidkamp's studio. Geneive Figgis to scale. Never-before-shown Justin Adian works on paper.
FROM ERIN GOLDBERGER, HALF GALLERY DIRECTOR:
What should we expect?
NADA booth Photoshop mock-up. Jay Stuckey’s piece and the expressionist painting by Kokoschka it is referencing.
FROM STEFANO DI PAOLA, ANAT EBGI DIRECTOR:
Alex Da Corte new pieces and Torben Ribe installation.
FROM DAVID RISLEY, GALLERY OWNER:
Paul Butler’s cutout Artforum ads in process. Cloe Wise studio with Chanel sex swing and painted pastries.
FROM Dominique ToutanT, DIVISION GALLERY Director:
Paul Butler’s collage fits well in an art-fair context, as these manipulated Artforum ads lay bare the mechanisms of art-world consumption and marketing—only to reenter their network. For NADA, Butler is presenting larger, blown-up versions of these original ads printed on plexi. Their skewed size and novel material underscore the transmutability of circulated images in the digital age.
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