Rose Eken at the Hole
The Hole gallery was approached by the fair to specifically show this work by Rose Eken, who uses paper clay to make ceramic miniatures of everyday items she used as a roadie whilst on tour
The Hole, 312 Bowery, New York, NY, USA, +1 212-466-1100
Frank Zadlo at Victor + Mo
Frank Zadlo subverts the notion of Digital C prints by putting the image on cement.
Federico Uribe at Adelson Galleries
Federico Uribe worked for three months to create the site-specific installation at the fair for Adelson Galleries.
Adelson Galleries,7, 730 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY, USA, +1 212-439-6800
Phil Shaw at Rebecca Hossack Gallery
Shaw is a master of the tromp l’oeil, as can be seen in this insightful rendition of a bookcase at the Rebecca Hossack Gallery.
Rebecca Hossack, 262 Mott St, New York, NY, USA, +1 212-925-3500
Annie Murphy-Robinson at Hespe Gallery
This beautifully rendered pastel portrait is one of the more traditional works on paper that can be seen at the fair.
Hespe Gallery, 251 Post St #210, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415-776-5918
Tseng Kwon Chi at Eric Firestone Gallery
Iconic photos of Andy Warhol, Basquiat, and Keith Haring populate the walls at Firestone, giving an intimate glimpse into the lives of the famous figures
Eric Firestone Gallery, 4 Newtown Ln, East Hampton, NY, USA, +1 631-604-2386
Jung San at Sandra Lee Gallery
The artist started the series by painting with nail polish on matchbooks, eventually transitioning to his current medium of collage and paint on rice paper
Dan Sabau at Three Kings Studio
According to Matt Marcus of emergent art gallery Three Kings Studio, the fair has brought great exposure to his new space.
Three Kings Studio, 572 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn, NY, USA, +1 718-349-7755
Don Morris at Elisa Contemporary
The California based contemporary artist constructs his mesmerizing collages out of comic book pages in his Our Heroes series.
Elisa Contemporary, 5622 Mosholu Ave, Bronx, NY, USA, +1 212-729-4974
By Kseniya Baranova