Frieze Week 2012

Frieze Week 2012

Frieze Week Gets Off to a Rowdy Start With Kick-Off Party at MoMA PS1


Wednesday night, at a party thrown by MoMA PS1 that kicked off the week of art fairs beginning tomorrow in New York with the opening of Frieze, Martha Wainwright burst through a side door of the museum’s so-called performance dome, the white bulbous half-sphere that rests in the building’s courtyard, holding an acoustic guitar and wearing a jacket that sparkled when the light caught it. She was accompanied by PS1’s director, Klaus Biesenbach. She climbed on stage and told a very chatty audience Mr. Biesenbach requested that she sing Edith Piaf songs. Read More

Frieze Week 2012

Frieze New York Signs Roberta’s, Fat Radish, Frankies Spuntino, The Standard Biergarten, Sant Ambroeus to Furnish Fair Food

The Green and White pizza at Robert's. (Courtesy gsz/Flickr)

Over in The New York Times, Florence Fabricant–a k a FloFab–serves up news that Brooklyn pizza redoubt Roberta’s, the Orchard Street bistro Fat Radish, Italian purveyors Frankies Spuntino, Madison Avenue pastry have Sant Ambroeus and The Standard Biergarten will sell food at Frieze New York, which hits Randall’s Island next month. Read More

Frieze Week 2012

Seven Art Fair Opens Satellite in New York During Frieze Week

View inside The Boiler. Courtesy Pierogi Gallery.

Seven, the small collective art fair organized by Hales Gallery, Pierogi Gallery, Postmasters, BravinLee Programs, P.P.O.W., Ronald Feldman Fine Arts and Winkelman Gallery during the Miami fairs in December, will open a satellite this spring in New York to coincide with the inaugural Frieze art fair on Randall’s Island. It will open the Saturday before Frieze, April 28, in the massive Boiler exhibition space started by Pierogi Gallery on N. 14th Street in Williamsburg. Read More