ART & DESIGN

Frieze New York 2016: Get Up an Appetite for Art

With booths from trendy restaurants like Marlow & Sons and Cosme selling $5 cookies, and $20 chips and guac, respectively, the art-food at Frieze New York seems like it’d be more bang for your buck. Works like David Ireland’s sludge sundaes might not be satiating, but they might at least make you lose your appetite – if not, there’s always the Soylent booth, or chomping on hay with Gabe the donkey.

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Maurizio Cattelan/Toilet Paper and Pierpaolo Ferrari, “Untitled,” 2016. Galerie Perrotin.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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David Ireland at Anglim Gilbert Gallery.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Mary Heilmann at 303 Gallery.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Ann Cathrin November Høibo at Standard (Oslo).

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Nicolas Party, “A Fruit and a Stick,” 2016. Massimo De Carlo Gallery.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Liu Shiyuan at Leo Xu Projects.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Gianfranco Baruchello at Massimo De Carlo Gallery.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.