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Frieze Week: Sunday

The final day of Frieze New York 2017. Plan your day around the city and the fair

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Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park. Photograph: © Paul Warchol

Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park. Photograph: © Paul Warchol

Sunday offers a final look at the fair before it closes at 6pm. Take the ferry at E 35th St: the 20-minute journey is a perfect chance to enjoy the views along the East River, including architectural gems like Oscar Niemeyer’s UN Plaza and Louis Kahn’s Four Freedoms Park.

The fair is open 11am - 6pm
 
11.30am
Frieze Talks
Reading and discussion: ‘Citizen and citizens’ with Claudia Rankine in the Stella Artois Café.
 
12:30pm

ARTBOOK + Koenig Books invite you to join Claudia Rankine author of Citizen: An American Lyric for a book signing after her Frieze Talk
(Reading Room)
 
2:30pm
Even
Jason Farago in conversation with author of Swimmer Among the Stars, Kanishk Tharoor (Reading Room)
 
4:30pm
frieze in conversation with Hands off our Revolution (Reading Room)

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The Rock Garden at Randall's Island Park. Courtesy: Randall's Island Park Alliance

The Rock Garden at Randall's Island Park. Courtesy: Randall's Island Park Alliance

May sunshine also makes good conditions for exploring Randall’s Island Park’s trails. Visit an information desk inside the fair for a free Park map to guide you to the Urban Farm, or the freshwater wetland which is home to butterflies and migrating birds.

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Claudia Rankine. Courtesy: Blue Flower Arts

Claudia Rankine. Courtesy: Blue Flower Arts

It’s your last chance to take in one of Frieze Talks, programmed by CCS Bard’s Tom Eccles, which features artists, curators and cultural figures — today’s features award-winning poet and activist Claudia Rankine.  A parallel series of more informal discussions takes place in the Reading Room, where leading art publications present talks – and very persuasive subscription deals. A last drink — or a slice from Roberta's - on the outside deck is the prefect moment to relax with a view of the city’s skyline – and to start your notes for the next Frieze Week.

Tickets for Frieze New York 2017 are available here.

Main image: on the outdoor deck at Frieze New York. Photograph: Mark Blower. Courtesy: Mark Blower/Frieze

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