Outside of that there are some other things running concurrently, including Art Basel-begun and “rigorously curated, boutique event” VOLTA NY, SPRING/BREAK Art Show, and Paul Kneale + Toby Ziegler’s After Image at Cassina Projects, which started on February 28 and is running to April 15.
Below are some artists and exhibitors to look out for, if you’re headed to any, or all of the main events:
For Independent New York, there’s a group presentation at New York’s 315 Gallery, with Amy Brener, Henry Lucien Barrett, and Cecilia Salama among them, as well as booth featuring Hal Fischer, Juliana Huxtable and DIS at London’s Project Native Informant. Kelly Akashi and Neïl Beloufa are a couple of the artists showing with Los Angeles’ Ghebaly Gallery, and Darja Bajagić features at London’s Carlos/Ishikawa.
Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, Martos Gallery and C L E A R I N G are also showing, while Los Angeles’ Freedman Fitzpatrick has a number from its typically excellent artist roster, including Mathis Altmann, Matthew Lutz-Kinoy, Tobias Madison, Das Institut & Allison Katz, Lucie Stahl, Shimabuku, Hannah Weinberger and more.
At NADA New York there’ll be a solo presentation by Jacolby Satterwhite at Los Angeles’ Moran Bondaroff, Siebren Versteeg at bitforms, as well as Signal in New York, and Moscow-based video art collective AES+F presented by New York’s Transfer Gallery in collaboration with Bucharest’s Mobius Gallery.
Other booths to take note of include Toronto’s Cooper Cole, San Francisco’s Capital Gallery and Et Al., ltd los angeles and Night Gallery, as well as Guatemala’s Proyectos Ultravioleta, Brussels’ Super Dakota, and Ed. Varie.
Meanwhile, The Armory Show will have Joshua Citarella and Evan Roth from London’s Carroll/Fletcher, Recycle Group from Suzanne Tarasieve, Jo-ey Tang and Carlos Reyes at Galerie Joseph Tang from Paris, as well as Nevine Mahmoud for M+B, Los Angeles.
Independent New York, NADA, and The Armory Show are on concurrently in New York, running March 2 to 6, 2017.