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Newcomers to Frame

A profile of seven emerging galleries debuting at Frieze New York

Debuting at Frieze New York, a look at blank, High Art, Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Jan Kaps, Eli Ping Frances Perkins, Regards and Truth and Consequences - the newcomers from across the world taking part in Frame, the section dedicated to solo presentations by galleries under eight years old.

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Igshaan Adams, Surah Al-fatiha II (part one), 2016. Woven nylon rope, beads and string. Approx 241 x 230cm / 95 x 90.5in. Courtesy of blank, Cape Town

Igshaan Adams, Surah Al-fatiha II (part one), 2016, woven nylon rope, beads and string. c.241 x 230 cm. Courtesy: blank, Cape Town

Gallery Name: blank

Stand: B25

Location: Cape Town, South Africa

Director: Jonathan Garnham

Represented artists: Igshaan Adams, Jan-Henri Booyens, Kerry Chaloner, Jared Ginsburg, Donna Kukama, Turiya Magadlela, Misheck Masamvu, Kyle Morland, Gerda Scheepers, James Webb

Recent show: James Webb, 28 Jan – 5 Mar 2016

At Frieze New York: blank will show a new series of large-scale wall tapestries by Igshaan Adams (b.1982), a South African artist who employs traditional techniques such as weaving, embroidery and thread work to investigate the idea of hybrid identity in relation to race and sexuality. 

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Joe Zorilla, Untitled, 2014. Found Doors, sculpted ice, and string. Courtesy of Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Los Angeles.

Joe Zorilla, Untitled, 2014, found doors, sculpted ice and string. Courtesy: Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Los Angeles

Gallery Name: Hannah Hoffman Gallery

Stand: B22

Location: Los Angeles, USA

Directors: Erin Falls

Represented artists: Rey Akdogan, Isabelle Cornaro, Ann Craven, Sam Falls, John Finneran, Matt Sheridan Smith, Joe Zorilla

Recent show: Isabelle Cornaro, 23 Feb – 19 Mar 2016

At Frieze New York: Hannah Hoffman Gallery is showcasing the work of Los Angeles-born artist Joe Zorilla (b.1982). A continuation of his on-going series ‘Structures More Like Breathing’, Zorrilla’s work takes inspiration from the irregular rhythms of everyday experience. Making use of a spectrum of mediums, the artist is as interested in the surface of a bruised apple as he is in the spaces between the rungs of a ladder.

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Valerie Keane, Kazu X, 2015, acrylic, stainless steel, polyolefin, rubber, neon, electronic transformer. 62 X 9 X 2 inches. Courtesy of High Art, Paris.

Valerie Keane, Kazu X, 2015, acrylic, stainless steel, polyolefin, rubber, neon, electronic transformer. 157 x 23 x 5 cm. Courtesy: High Art, Paris

Gallery NameHigh Art

Stand: B23

Location: Paris, France

Directors: Jason Hwang, Philippe Joppin, Romain Chenais

Represented artists: Olga Balema, Robert Bittenbender, Keith Farquhar, Tom Humphreys, Cooper Jacoby, Valerie Keane, Nina Könnemann, Bradley Kronz, Alan Michael Pentti Monkkonen, Max Hooper Schneider, Dena Yago, Nathan Zeidman

Recent show: ‘Chasser le Dragon’, 13 Feb – 19 Mar 2016

At Frieze New York: High Art will present the work of US artist Valerie Keane (b.1989), the subject of a recent solo exhibition at Lomex, New York. Keane’s presentation takes the setting of the contemporary art fair as its starting point, distilling the environment into fantastical and violent forms.

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Jean-Marie Appriou. 2014. Courtesy of Jan Kaps.

Jean-Marie Appriou, 2014. Courtesy: Jan Kaps, Cologne

Gallery Name: Jan Kaps

Stand: B36

Location(s): Cologne, Germany

Directors: Jan Kaps

Represented artists: Jean-Marie Appriou, Peppi Bottrop, David Flaugher, Violet Dennison, Tobias Hoffknecht, Patricia L Boyd, Jessie Stead

Recent show: Tobias Spichtig, 12 Feb – 2 Apr 2016

At Frieze New York: Jan Kaps gallery will bring floor-based sculptures by Patricia L Boyd (b.1980), building upon their solo show of her work last year. Boyd’s recent series, titled ‘Under Glass’ (2015-16), comprises silkscreen prints, pressed under sheets of glass, which record the artist’s own back after undergoing ‘cupping’ therapy. 

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Rochelle Goldberg, The Leaks That Link: Intraction #3. Courtesy of Eli Ping Frances Perkins.

Rochelle Goldberg, The Leaks That Link: Intraction #3. Courtesy: Eli Ping Frances Perkins, New York

Gallery Name: Eli Ping Frances Perkins

Stand: B33

Location(s): New York, USA

Directors: Eli Ping, Frances Perkins

Represented artists: Rochelle Goldberg

Recent highlight: Tim Eastman, 19 Feb – 20 Mar 2016

At Frieze New York: New Yorker Rochelle Goldberg’s (b.1984) Frame presentation is a fluid ecology within which objects and actions appear unfixed. Making use of metallic glazes, porous ‘skins’ and the mingling of materials, Goldberg’s work captures the viewer in a situation of complicity.

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Nick Bastis, When you don’t find what you’re looking for, sleep (Gemini Bauce), 2015, vinyl padding, Helix aspersa snails. Courtesy: the artist and Regards, Chicago

Nick Bastis, When you don’t find what you’re looking for, sleep (Gemini Bauce), 2015, vinyl padding, Helix aspersa snails. Courtesy: the artist and Regards, Chicago

Gallery Name: Regards

Stand: B29

Location(s): Chicago, USA

Directors: Mike Schuh, Natalie Popovic Schuh

Represented artists: Aline Cautis, Christopher Aque, Judith Geichman, Kristen Van Deventer, Megan Greene, Matthew Metzger, Nick Bastis

Recent Show: Noelle Allen, ‘Low Fire’, 27 Feb – 9 Apr 2016

At Frieze New York: Regards gallery will host Brussels-born Nick Bastis (b.1985), an artist whose practice is concerned with transaction or exchange, be it material, linguistic or affective. For Frame, Bastis will present a variety of sculptures and a mix of graphic works.

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Daniel Dewar & Grégory Gicquel, La Figure, 2014, Concrete. 105 x 66 x 63 cm. Courtesy the artists and Truth and Consequences, Geneva.

Daniel Dewar & Grégory Gicquel, La Figure, 2014, concrete. 105 x 66 x 63 cm. Courtesy: the artists and Truth and Consequences, Geneva

Gallery Name: Truth and Consequences

Stand: B32

Location(s): Geneva, Switzerland

Directors: Mike Schuh, Natalie Popovic Schuh

Represented artists: Mathis Altmann, Stéphane Barbier Bouvet, Kim Seob Boninsegni, Vittorio Brodmann, Daniel Dewar & Grégory Gicquel, Charles Irvin, Liz Craft, Pentti Monkkonen, Ulrich Wulff

Recent Show: Seyoung Yoon, 21 Jan – 5 Mar 2016

At Frieze New York: Truth and Consequences are showing Parisian duo Daniel Dewar & Grégory Gicquel, artists who place importance in ideas of craft and making. For Frame, they will present a stone mural with protruding pipes and two rows of hand-carved bench sculptures, accompanied by two large ceramic pitchers and hand-woven silk seat backs. 

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