ART & DESIGN

Frieze New York 2016: All the Art That Would Be Fashion

Fashion isn’t all about the street style on Randall’s Island at Frieze New York this week. In the booths, style inspiration can be found in the art itself, from the miniature Italian costumes on Jos de Gruyter and Harald Thys’ army of puppets to the gray spacesuits on the “employees” at the promotional Soylent booth. But, at the end of the day, it’s no contest who is the fairest of them all.

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Eduardo Navarro for Frieze Projects.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Alex Katz, “Nine Women,” 2009.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Jos de Gruyter and Harald Thys, “I Piccoli Pupazzi Sporchi di Pruppà (The Small Dirty Puppets from Pruppa),” 2015. Gavin Brown’s enterprise New York.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Daniel Keller and Ella Plevin, “Seastead Figures (Polypool),” 2015. Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Sean Raspet feat. Soylent feat. Nhu Duong at Société Gallery.

Photo by Biel Parklee.

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Andy Warhol, “Dolly Parton.” Acquavella Galleries.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Wael Shawky, “The Secrets of Karbala” marionette, 2014. Sfeir-Semler Gallery.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Stewart Uoo at Galerie Buchholz.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Daniel Silver, “Sandy,” 2016. Frith Street Gallery.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Mai-Thu Perret at David Kordansky Gallery.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.