Frieze New York has again washed up on the shores of Randall’s Island to put on a grand show for contemporary art lovers from far and wide. Now in its sixth year, the British import has scaled back for 2017. Open to the public only three days, May 5-7, 2017, the fair has reduced its Talks program to one event per day, and completely eliminated its Sounds section. But, don’t despair, with more than 200 leading galleries from 31 countries represented, there is still plenty to consume your time. From a Julian Schnabel plate painting to Anton van Dalen’s The Pigeon Car, and David Altmejd’s creepy busts, there are many of reasons to make the trek out to the fair this year. Below are a few of the highlights.
For more information and to purchase tickets to Frieze New York, visit the fair’s website.