ART & DESIGN

Frieze New York 2016: Randall’s Island’s Hall of Mirrors

Just like its art fair predecessors earlier this year, Frieze New York can be a bit like stepping through the looking glass. Mirrored works are so commonplace amid the booths that now they’re literally walking through the fair, too, thanks to Eduardo Navarro’s Frieze Projects models. Not that anyone’s complaining: After all, if you make the schlep to Randall’s Island but don’t take a selfie, were you ever really there?

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Ryan Gander, “Group Portrait – Four lads from Chester and one lad from Swinton drinking Espresso Martini’s, Gorilla, Manchester, 2nd of July 2014, following the opening of the exhibition Make every show like it’s your last, Manchester Art Gallery,” 2016. Lisson Gallery.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Eduardo Navarro for Frieze Projects.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Michelangelo Pistoletto at Galleria Continua.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Martin Boyce, “Dead Star (Like a Leaf Clings to a Tree),” 2016. Tanya Bonakdar Gallery.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Isa Genzken at David Zwirner.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Jeppe Hein, “Double Focus,” 2013. König Galerie.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Anish Kapoor, “Mirror (Pagan Gold to Organic Green)” and “Mirror (Lime Gold to Apple Red),” 2016. Lisson Gallery.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Jeppe Hein, “Horizontal Cut,” 2016. 303 Gallery.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Robert Filliou at Richard Saltoun.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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James Rosenquist, “An Intrinsic Excellence,” 2015. Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac.

Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.

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Photo by Jonah Rosenberg.