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Spring Masters closed its doors today at New York’s historic Park Avenue Armory for its third and last edition. Next year, the art fair will be presented as TEFAF New York Spring.
The fair, which features nearly 60 exhibitors from around the world, showcased a range of art an we’ve compiled some highlights from this year’s presentation.
Among them include Jenny Holzer’s all black-and-white “declassified FBI files” presented by Mireille Mosler Ltd. of New York. Keeping in line with the monochromatic theme was Simon Linke’s Warhol Drawings (1988) and Sebastião Salgado’s Marine Iguna, Galápagos, Ecuador (2015) gelatin silver print at Sundaram Tagore Gallery.
We also noticed an array of vibrant hues at the fair. Specializing exclusively on tapestries dating as far back as the early 16th-century, Vojtech Blue showcased a floral textile entitled Mille Fleurs by Romare Bearden. Coming all the way from London, Osborne Samuel Gallery displayed an exuberantly colorful acrylic print by Sam Francis. Not to be forgotten is Norman Bluhm’s large-scale abstract work Tages (1971).
Other standout pieces included the 3D works titled Wings III by artistic husband-and-wife team Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan and the stainless steel sculpture Djailing (2004) by Frank Stella.