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Frieze New York Art Fair 2015 - Featuring Work From Over 1,000 Artists

Frieze New York Art Fair 2015 - Featuring Work From Over 1,000 Artists

The NYC Art Fair of the Year

 

Where:

Randall's Island Park

 

When:

May 14th-May 16th (11am-7pm)

May 17th (11am-6pm)

 

Single-Day Admission:

Children 16 & Under - FREE!

Full-Time Students - $28

17-25 Years Old - $10

Standard - $44

 

A spirited gathering of today's boldest artists, art enthusiasts, students, connoisseurs, and everyday fans of expression, Frieze New York is the place to be, May 14th through 17th. It's one of the most hotly anticipated things to do in NYC all year, with over 190 contemporary art galleries from around the world showcasing the modern masterpieces of more than 1,000 artists. Sculpture, photography, canvas art, mixed media, performance, installation - pieces from every form are on display beside daring new voices that defy description. Frieze is where fresh movements are born, where the greats of tomorrow are free to play today.

 

Projects, Talks, & Sounds

Much of the fair is divided into sections of work dedicated to 20th century artists from around the world (Spotlight), emerging galleries (Frame), and pieces created specifically for Frieze (Focus). The auditorium will also feature a dynamic array of daily keynote lectures, debates, and discussions. There are three immersive auditory experiences as well, along with a series of specially commissioned pieces unveiled here for the first time, including:

  • The interactive Flux-Labyrinth collaboration - a challenging maze of interactive obstacles.
  • Hi-tech, signature bleached denim massage chairs from Korakrit Arunanondchai
  • Flowing "wearable art" fabrics, freely distributed to attendees by Pia Camil
  • A 3-D personality test, designed by Aki Sasamoto

 

Getting to Frieze

Hyatt Union Square New York provides free bicycle rentals to guests, and the 103rd Street Footbridge is open to cyclists 24 hours a day. If the 7-mile ride seems a bit long, you can always take either the Frieze Ferry ($19) or Bus ($8).