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Frieze New York
May 3-6, 2018
Stand E4 (near south entrance)

At Frieze New York, Paul Kasmin Gallery presents a spotlight selection of works by Tina Barney alongside a curated group exhibition including work by Theodora Allen, Judith Bernstein, Saint Clair Cemin, Max Ernst, Barry Flanagan, Walton Ford, Alex Katz, James Nares, Roxy Paine, Elliott Puckette, Mark Ryden and Bosco Sodi.

Tina Barney’s spotlight brings together a selection of the artist’s large-scale photographic portraits of esteemed figures from the arts, most of which have never been exhibited. The works, taken between 1998 and 2011, include commissioned portraits for publications such as The New Yorker, Vogue and W Magazine featuring Carl Andre, George Condo, Joan Didion, Françoise Gilot and Ellsworth Kelly. This is Paul Kasmin Gallery’s 7th participation in Frieze New York, having presented annually since the fair’s inaugural edition in 2012.

Over a 40-year career, Barney has illuminated the inner lives of her subjects, observing the repetition of familial traditions and rituals as played out in domestic settings. These renowned portraits of the artist’s East Coast friends and family are just one part of a diverse oeuvre: since the 1990s, editorial commissions have represented a significant part of Barney’s picture-taking. Visionary creative directors such as W Magazine’s Dennis Freedman and The New Yorker’s Elizabeth Biondi brought fine art photographers into the realm of fashion editorial, shifting perspective on what such images of celebrity could communicate and embody.

The disarmingly intimate works on view at Frieze New York are portraits of artists through the eyes of another artist, taken largely in the informal setting of the subjects’ homes and studios and possessing the same psychological complexity and sensitivity as Barney’s pictures of those close to her. In George Condo the artist joins his hands seemingly nervously, surrounded by disheveled paint pots; the image of Joan Didion depicts the writer wrapped in a blanket in the blue light of her apartment; Ellsworth Kelly stands confidently in front of his work at The Whitney Museum of American Art, Françoise Gilot in a vibrant jacket that complements her interiors, and Carl Andre is modest in overalls standing next to his bare-footed wife and partner, the artist Melissa Kretschmer.

For information on the gallery's Frieze New York presentation please contact [email protected].

Tickets to the fair are available from the Frieze New York website here.

Image: Tina Barney, George Condo, 2011, chromogenic color print, 60 x 48 inches, 152.4 x 121.9 cm. Edition of 5 © Tina Barney. Courtesy of Paul Kasmin Gallery.

Frieze New York
May 3-6, 2018
Stand E4 (near south entrance)

At Frieze New York, Paul Kasmin Gallery presents a spotlight selection of works by Tina Barney alongside a curated group exhibition including work by Theodora Allen, Judith Bernstein, Saint Clair Cemin, Max Ernst, Barry Flanagan, Walton Ford, Alex Katz, James Nares, Roxy Paine, Elliott Puckette, Mark Ryden and Bosco Sodi.

Tina Barney’s spotlight brings together a selection of the artist’s large-scale photographic portraits of esteemed figures from the arts, most of which have never been exhibited. The works, taken between 1998 and 2011, include commissioned portraits for publications such as The New Yorker, Vogue and W Magazine featuring Carl Andre, George Condo, Joan Didion, Françoise Gilot and Ellsworth Kelly. This is Paul Kasmin Gallery’s 7th participation in Frieze New York, having presented annually since the fair’s inaugural edition in 2012.

Over a 40-year career, Barney has illuminated the inner lives of her subjects, observing the repetition of familial traditions and rituals as played out in domestic settings. These renowned portraits of the artist’s East Coast friends and family are just one part of a diverse oeuvre: since the 1990s, editorial commissions have represented a significant part of Barney’s picture-taking. Visionary creative directors such as W Magazine’s Dennis Freedman and The New Yorker’s Elizabeth Biondi brought fine art photographers into the realm of fashion editorial, shifting perspective on what such images of celebrity could communicate and embody.

The disarmingly intimate works on view at Frieze New York are portraits of artists through the eyes of another artist, taken largely in the informal setting of the subjects’ homes and studios and possessing the same psychological complexity and sensitivity as Barney’s pictures of those close to her. In George Condo the artist joins his hands seemingly nervously, surrounded by disheveled paint pots; the image of Joan Didion depicts the writer wrapped in a blanket in the blue light of her apartment; Ellsworth Kelly stands confidently in front of his work at The Whitney Museum of American Art, Françoise Gilot in a vibrant jacket that complements her interiors, and Carl Andre is modest in overalls standing next to his bare-footed wife and partner, the artist Melissa Kretschmer.

For information on the gallery's Frieze New York presentation please contact [email protected].

Tickets to the fair are available from the Frieze New York website here.

Image: Tina Barney, George Condo, 2011, chromogenic color print, 60 x 48 inches, 152.4 x 121.9 cm. Edition of 5 © Tina Barney. Courtesy of Paul Kasmin Gallery.

Frieze New York
May 3-6, 2018
Stand E4 (near south entrance)

At Frieze New York, Paul Kasmin Gallery presents a spotlight selection of works by Tina Barney alongside a curated group exhibition including work by Theodora Allen, Judith Bernstein, Saint Clair Cemin, Max Ernst, Barry Flanagan, Walton Ford, Alex Katz, James Nares, Roxy Paine, Elliott Puckette, Mark Ryden and Bosco Sodi.

Tina Barney’s spotlight brings together a selection of the artist’s large-scale photographic portraits of esteemed figures from the arts, most of which have never been exhibited. The works, taken between 1998 and 2011, include commissioned portraits for publications such as The New Yorker, Vogue and W Magazine featuring Carl Andre, George Condo, Joan Didion, Françoise Gilot and Ellsworth Kelly. This is Paul Kasmin Gallery’s 7th participation in Frieze New York, having presented annually since the fair’s inaugural edition in 2012.

Over a 40-year career, Barney has illuminated the inner lives of her subjects, observing the repetition of familial traditions and rituals as played out in domestic settings. These renowned portraits of the artist’s East Coast friends and family are just one part of a diverse oeuvre: since the 1990s, editorial commissions have represented a significant part of Barney’s picture-taking. Visionary creative directors such as W Magazine’s Dennis Freedman and The New Yorker’s Elizabeth Biondi brought fine art photographers into the realm of fashion editorial, shifting perspective on what such images of celebrity could communicate and embody.

The disarmingly intimate works on view at Frieze New York are portraits of artists through the eyes of another artist, taken largely in the informal setting of the subjects’ homes and studios and possessing the same psychological complexity and sensitivity as Barney’s pictures of those close to her. In George Condo the artist joins his hands seemingly nervously, surrounded by disheveled paint pots; the image of Joan Didion depicts the writer wrapped in a blanket in the blue light of her apartment; Ellsworth Kelly stands confidently in front of his work at The Whitney Museum of American Art, Françoise Gilot in a vibrant jacket that complements her interiors, and Carl Andre is modest in overalls standing next to his bare-footed wife and partner, the artist Melissa Kretschmer.

For information on the gallery's Frieze New York presentation please contact [email protected].

Tickets to the fair are available from the Frieze New York website here.

Image: Tina Barney, George Condo, 2011, chromogenic color print, 60 x 48 inches, 152.4 x 121.9 cm. Edition of 5 © Tina Barney. Courtesy of Paul Kasmin Gallery.

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