At Frieze New York, the Show Begins Out Front

NEW YORK—Frieze New York is underway on Randall’s Island and when the art world arrives by shuttle bus from East Harlem or by ferry via the East River, an outdoor sculpture park awaits. Featuring works by Louise Bourgeois, Ernesto Neto and James Plensa, among others, the exhibit is installed along a riverfront path just outside the enormous tent venue.

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Frieze New York runs from May 4 to May 7, 2012.

All photos by Arts Observer

“Everything is Linked,” 2010 by Ryan Gander (Lisson Gallery).

“Untitled (100%),” 2011 by Gabriel Kuri (Esther Schipper).

“I wanna bite you, Baby!” 2012 by Ernesto Neto (Tonya Bonakdar Gallery/Galeria Fortes Vilaca).

Detail by “I wanna bite you, Baby!” by Ernesto Neto.

“Yorkshire Soul III,” 2010 by James Plensa (Galerie Lelong).

“Yorkshire Soul III” by James Plensa with the East River in background.

“Untitled,” 2012 by Rathin Barman (Experimenter).

“Untitled,” 2004 by Louise Bourgeois (Hauser & Wirth).

“Untitled” by Louise Bourgeois.

“Et tu Duchamp?” 2009-2010 by Subodh Gupta (Hauser & Wirth).

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