Frieze New York

Randall's Island Park

May 2019

Saturday at the Reading Room

6 May 2017
Frieze New York 2017
Randalls Island Park
10035 New York

12:30pm
ArtMag by Deutsche Bank
Approaching The End - Rebecca Rose Cuomo and Andrea Galvani 

Following her article in Frieze Week magazine, Rebecca Rose Cuomo talks with international artist Andrea Galvani about complex projects such as The End and other works presented in the Deutsche Bank Wealth Management Lounge at the fair. Adopting a cross-disciplinary approach that often draws upon scientific methodology, Galvani’s conceptual research informs his use of photography, video, drawing, and installation. Incorporating cutting-edge technology, he pioneers a new conceptual language in the fusion of art and science. Rebecca Rose Cuomo is an independent curator, writer, and activist. Her research interests include intersectionality in art and social thought, performance theory, and elemental philosophy.

2:30pm
W Magazine
Presents Custom Portraits with Ian Sklarsky 
Ever wondered what you’d look like when drawn by an artist using one line while never looking at the paper? Join W Magazine and artist Ian Sklarsky for custom blind contour portraits to find out! Ian will be creating portraits for a lucky few in the Reading Room – first-come, first-served. Ian has drawn numerous high profile brands and organizations including the CFDA, Paul Smith, and Ladyfag's POPSOUK and has recently given a TedX talk in Cape Town, South Africa on “Seeing the Blind Contour”.

4:30pm
Solar
#SolarTalks: The rise of Narco culture

Igor Ramírez García-Peralta, founder and Editor in Chief of Solar magazine, and Beatriz López, Artistic Director of Instituto de Visión, Bogota, discuss the rise of narco culture as well as the idealization and glorification of it, along with its consequential impact on an already present stigma surrounding the Spanish language and culture.

 

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