Frieze Viewing Room


George Condo Distanced Figures 3 2020 Acrylic, pigment stick and metallic paint on linen 198.1x274.3cm/78x108in ©George Condo Hauser & Wirth
From May 8, 2020 until May 15, 2020

Due to the health crisis Frieze Art Fair has cancelled its New York edition and launched its first Frieze Viewing Room, an ambitious new digital initiative, which is live May 8–15, 2020 and offers visitors the opportunity to enter over 200 virtual viewing room spaces. Supported by global lead partner Deutsche Bank, it features an extraordinary cross-section of artworks, from today’s most exciting emerging artists to pioneering figures of the 20th century. With the use of augmented reality (AR) technology, the Viewing Room offers users the ability to virtually view artworks, such as paintings or photographs, to scale. Visitors will also have the opportunity to explore Frieze New York’s feature exhibitions, including design objects curated by Libby Sellers in collaboration with Collective Design.

Olga de Amaral Cuatro paisajes (Modulo B) [Four landscapes (Module B)] 1976-77 Wool and horsehair 182.9 x 243.8 cm 72 1/8 x 96 in Richard Saltoun Gallery
Olga de Amaral Cuatro paisajes (Modulo B) [Four landscapes (Module B)] 1976-77 Wool and horsehair 182.9 x 243.8 cm 72 1/8 x 96 in Richard Saltoun Gallery
Ed Paschke Ballon Illustree 1996 Oil on linen 50 x 78 in 127 x 198.1 cm Venus Over Manhattan, New York
Stephanie Syjuco Dodge and Burn (Visible Storage) 2019 Wooden platform, digital photos and printed vinyl on lasercut wood, chromakey fabric, printed backdrops, seamless paper, artificial plants, mixed media. 20' x 17' x 8' RYAN LEE Gallery, NY
Ercole Barovier Saturneo 1951 Vase with murrhines, white lattimo and gold leaf Lobel Modern, New York
Ione Saldanha (1919-2001) Untitled, from the Bamboo Series Undated tempera on bamboo 173 x 17 cm Almeida e Dale Galeria de Arte and Galeria Marilia Razuk
Nathalie Du Pasquier Royal Chaise/ Dormeuse edition #12 Design: 1983 Production: 2015
Faith Wilding Spells 2020 Watercolor, gold leaf, ink, and colored pencil on paper 23.5 x 18 inches 59.7 x 45.7 cm Anat Ebgi