The in-person fair sold out, which means people are ready to see art IRL again.
Against all odds, the art fair's 2021 edition is officially underway—including IRL.
byStephanie Eckardt© Tyler Mitchell, courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New YorkAgainst all odds, the 2021 edition of Frieze New York is officially underway. This year, the fair left its home on Randall Island in favor of Hudson Yards’s The Shed, just north of all the Chelsea galleries (and no ferry ride required). There are other differences, too; proof of a negative Covid-19 test or vaccination are required for entry, and there are just 60 dealers alongside 160 galleries
online(down around 30 from its last New York edition). But it’s about quality, not quantity, and no one seems to mind: Frieze managed to sell out all its tickets. Take a look at some of the highlights you can enjoy both IRL and at home, here.A view of Precious Okoyomon’s
This God Is a Slow Recovery(2021) at the Shed.Photo by Da Ping Luo, courtesy of Da Ping Luo/Frieze Read more: W magazine »
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