Art Fair Report: Frieze New York  2018

Thaddaeus Ropac


- sold two works by Georg Baselitz for prices between €500,000 - 700,000

- sold a large Robert Rauschenberg canvas for $700,000

- sold a Tony Cragg sculpture for €170,000

- sold a Jack Pierson sculpture for $190,000

Pace Gallery


- sold around 25-30 of David Hockney's iPad drawings for $26,000 each

Their current NY show features large scale paintings by the artist - apparently several sold for prices around $7million. 

Marian Goodman


- sold a William Kentridge bronze sculpture for $95,000


303 Gallery


- sold a Mary Heilmann painting for $275,000


Gavin Brown


- sold several works by Arthur Jafa priced around $45,000 each - one of them sold to Swizz Beats for his "Dean Collection"


Stephen Friedman


- sold Tom Friedman sculptures for prices around $250,000

- sold two Kehinde Wiley paintings, each around $125,000

- sold a Jim Hodges work for around $150,000

- sold a Jiro Takamatsu work for $100,000 

Mitchell-Innes & Nash


- sold two smaller Eddie Martinez paintings for prices around $40,000,

and one large scale painting for around $100,000



Lehman Maupin


- sold paintings by McArthur Binion for prices between $50,000 and $170,000


Jack Shainman


- sold works by Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, Becky Suss and Hank Willis Thomas for undisclosed prices

More Frieze NY Impressions:


1. Tracey Emin at Xavier Hufkens (he sold three of her Egon Schiele influenced paintings for undisclosed prices)


2. Shara Hughes at Rachel Uffner, apparently selling like hot cakes 


3. George Condo at Skarstedt Gallery


4. Jonathan Meese at David Nolan


5. Atsuko Tanaka at Sakurado Fine Arts


Frieze  New York NY spring 2018