In Pictures: See Neon Art, Vibrant Landscape Painting, and VIP Visitors at the Opening of Frieze New York 2022
We went to Frieze with a real, non-iPhone camera to capture a sense of the vibe.
Frieze is back to New York, opening its sophomore outing at the Shed on Wednesday to well-heeled VIPs. The British fair group is hosting 65 international exhibitors including Capsule Shanghai, Sadie Coles HQ, Company Gallery, and Kurimanzutto. Early sales included new sculptures by Carol Bove at David Zwirner for prices between $200,000 and $600,000, five acrylic works by Charles Gaines at Hauser & Wirth priced at $550,000 each, and a relief print by Park Seo-Bo at Tina Kim Gallery listed for more than $150,000.
If you aren’t in New York, or would rather not shell out $200 for a ticket, don’t worry—we went for you. Below are some photos from the event’s opening day to give you a sense of the vibe.
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