David Zwirner at Frieze & Frieze Masters 2013
David Zwirner will present a range of gallery artists at this year’s Frieze Art Fair (Booth C12). Highlights include the debut of two new paintings by Chris Ofili; works by Adel Abdessemed, whose solo exhibition at Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art in Doha, Qatar is on view through January; a painting and works on paper by Tomma Abts; a recent large-scale photograph by Stan Douglas; a concrete and steel sculpture by Isa Genzken, who is the subject of a major retrospective at The Museum of Modern Art in New York opening in November; a painting by Neo Rauch; a selection of works on paper by Raymond Pettibon, whose show To Wit is currently on view at David Zwirner, New York; large-scale photograms by Thomas Ruff; a new painting by Lisa Yuskavage; photographs by Christopher Williams, whose first American museum solo exhibition will open in 2014 at The Art Institute of Chicago and will travel to The Museum of Modern Art, New York; and a new work by Michael Riedel, made especially for the fair and installed on-site by the artist.
Also featured are new works by the Colombian-born, London-based artist, Oscar Murillo, who recently joined the gallery. He is also part of the fair’s Sculpture Park presentation which takes place in Regent’s Park. There he will debut social anomalies from a factory (2013), a sculpture comprised of a series of stainless steel fruit crates. The artist currently has a solo show at the South London Gallery, where he has also created a unique “lottery ticket” project, and winners will be chosen on Friday, October 18.
At Frieze Masters (Booth F11), David Zwirner will present key works by a selection of gallery artists and estates, including Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, Gordon Matta-Clark, John McCracken, Fred Sandback, and Al Taylor, as well as Ad Reinhardt, whose work will be on view at the gallery’s new building on West 20th Street in New York in a show curated by Robert Storr featuring black paintings and cartoons; and early works by Yayoi Kusama, who will have her first show with David Zwirner (on West 19th Street in New York) in November, which will feature over 30 large-scale paintings and two infinity rooms. Also on view will be a seminal work by Gerhard Richter; an important painting by Martin Kippenberger along with a suite of “Hotel Drawings” by the artist from the 1980s through 1990s; a large-scale sculpture by John Chamberlain; an early Paßstück by Franz West; and a selection of early works by Bernd and Hilla Becher, Daniel Buren, Joseph Cornell, Konrad Klapheck, and Brice Marden.