Yearly Archives: 2021

Frieze Viewing Room: Los Angeles

MARTIN BASHER, NEFERTITI JENKINS, JORDAN NASSAR, PEDRO PEDRO, ROBERT RUSSELL, JAY STUCKEY, SAMANTHA THOMAS, FABIAN TREIBER July 27 – August 1, 2021 Anat Ebgi is pleased to announce a curated selection of new works by eight artists for Frieze Viewing Room Los Angeles 2021. With a strong emphasis on still lifes, the presentation directs focus to topics such as craft practices, nature of memory, and passage of time, as well as formal considerations essential to still life genre such as color, light, and composition.

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CHRIS COY, ALEC EGAN, CALEB HAHNE, GREG ITO, SOUMYA NETRABILE, JOSHUA PETKER, NEIL RAITT, CAROLINE WALKER, AMANDA WALL, SARAH ANN WEBER July 29 – August 1, 2021 CABANA 120 THE HOLLYWOOD ROOSEVELT HOTEL 7000 HOLLYWOOD BLVD

Frieze Viewing Room: New York

AMIE DICKE, ALANNAH FARRELL, AMANDA WALL, JANET WERNER May 5 – 9, 2021 Anat Ebgi is pleased to present a curated selection of new works by Amie Dicke, Alannah Farrell, Amanda Wall, and Janet Werner. With a strong emphasis on portraiture, the works for Frieze New York 2021 direct focus to topics such as spectatorship, hidden suffering, glamour, and sensuality. Amie Dicke’s sandpaper abrasion works, where prints of images from various sources—fashion magazines to Bauhaus catalogues—are charged with a sense of physicality, revealing alternate and undetected associations through judicious removal. Neither celebratory nor heroic, Alannah Farrell’s sensitive portraits portray their friends and queer community in…

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Art Basel Hong Kong

GREG ITO: THE ARRIVAL OF SPRING DISCOVERIES, BOOTH 1C37 May 19 – 23, 2021 For Art Basel Hong Kong, Anat Ebgi is pleased to present The Arrival of Spring, a solo installation of new works by Greg Ito. The presentation title acknowledges the birth of Ito’s daughter Spring, who was born earlier this year. A five-panel polyptych titled Paradise (2021) anchors the booth and lays bare Ito’s language of transition and becoming. A dramatic landscape framed by a continuous row of windowpanes reveals a city with a fire on the horizon as it is slowly engulfed in flames and finally…

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