Marlborough Graphics

545 West 25th Street, New York, New York 10001

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Marlborough Graphics has a long and rich history, having produced over the years editions with artists such as Francis Bacon, R. B. Kitaj, Alex Katz, Robert Motherwell and photogravure editions with David Armstrong, Seton Smith, McDermott & McGough, and Jean Pagliuso. Marlborough Graphics continues to publish today, often experimenting with highly innovative print techniques and papers as exemplified by the works of Claudio Bravo, Richard Estes, Red Grooms and McDermott & McGough.

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  • Press Release
    The Cultivist’s guide to Frieze

    As Frieze and Frieze Masters open again this year in Regent's Park, we get the inside take from Marlies Verhoeven and Daisy Peat, co-founders of global arts club The Cultivist Frieze annually host visual art fairs in London, New York and Los Angeles that are some of the most prestigious events for buying art in the world. The programming is diverse and exciting, with curated gallery presentations, exhibition unveilings, as well as talks and lectures. London is the only city so far to also host Frieze Masters, a separate tent dedicated to antiques, old masters, modern and impressionist art from dealers across Europe. Frieze is a real highlight in the London art calendar, if not the highlight, but even if you’re not buying it’s a great opportunity to see the best contemporary art in the world at that moment, to spark creativity, and to participate in debates and discourses about what's going on. Not to mention that it’s fantastic for people watching - from sharply-suited gallerists and media-savvy artists, to well-heeled collectors and earnest critics, the other visitors can be just as interesting as the works on display. How to tackle the main event Both Frieze and Frieze Masters are big, and can be daunting, with thousands of works spread across a truly immense pavilion, but with proper preparation, you can get a lot done in a day Bring a refillable bottle of water and some very comfy shoes. Leave three hours for each fair with lunch in-between Book a table for lunch at either fair, but make sure you do it in advance, walk-ins are hard to come by. Stop and chat to the gallerists now and again to get an understanding of what you’re seeing, you’ll end up enjoying it much more if you know something about what you’re looking at. One of the best things about the pavilion at Frieze is that you have no idea what will catch your attention until you get there. However, if you want to prioritise, we'd recommend heading for the section at the end of the Frieze tent named ‘Focus’, which brings together…

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    2019 Frieze London Cheat Sheet

    Robert Indiana, ONE through ZERO, 1980–2002, presented by Waddington Custot as part of Frieze’s sculpture program. Below is a concise guide to eight fairs coinciding with Frieze London this week. From 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair to Sunday, an event focused on emerging artists, a range of art events will be taking place across the British capital. The following listings include only public dates and times. FriezeRegent’s Park, October 4-6The 17th edition of Frieze London will bring together over 160 international exhibitors, including blue-chip galleries like David Zwirner, Pace, Hauser & Wirth, Gagosian, and White Cube. A new section called “Woven” will foreground artists working in textiles, weaving, and tapestry, with solo presentations by Pacita Abad, Monika Correa, Chitra Ganesh, and others. Single-day entry costs £38.70 (about $48). Note that combined one-day admission to Frieze and Frieze Masters is £64.50 ($79.50).Hours and tickets Frieze MastersGloucester Green, Regent’s Park, October 4-6Featuring works from ancient times to the 20th century, Frieze Masters will include presentations from returning galleries Acquavella, Marlborough, Skarstedt, and others. A few of the newcomers to the fair this year are Galerie Perrotin, Lisson Gallery, and Agnews. Solo booths in the “Spotlight” section, which is curated by Laura Hoptman, executive director of the Drawing Center in New York, will focus on Ming Smith, Gordon Parks, Howardena Pindell, and more artists. Single-day admission is £38.70 (about $48).Hours and tickets 1-54 Contemporary African Art FairSomerset House, October 3-6Forty-five international galleries, including Galerie Cécile Fakhoury, James Cohan, and Guns & Rain, will assemble for 1-54’s seventh presentation at Somerset House. Ethiopian artist Leikun Nahusenay will stage a performance every day of the fair as part of its special projects, and a number of artist talks and screenings are on the schedule for the 1-54 Forum. Day tickets are £25 (about $31).Hours and tickets PADBerkeley Square W1, October 2-6Taking place in Mayfair is PAD, a fair primarily geared towards 20th-century art, design, and decoration. At this event you’ll find everything from ceramics and glass works to jewelry and sculpture. Yana Peel, who in June resigned from her post as CEO of London’s Serpentine Galleries amid allegations of ties to a controversial Israeli tech firm, is a co-president of the 2019 jury for the PAD Prize for…