Last week Garth Clark dubbed New York City the “Ceramic Gotham.” Among his reasons for doing so was the stampede of ceramics seen in marketplaces such as the Frieze Fair. We highlighted vessels at the Frieze Fair last week. As promised, we’re back this week with a massive selection of ceramic (and ceramic-presenting) sculptures spotted around the fair. Many of these images were contributed by Leslie Ferrin, who was documenting the fair for her instagram page.
Above image: Ken Price, Spider Blue, 2011, painted bronze composite, 42 x 22 3/8 x 36 inches. From the Matthew Marks Gallery.
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I wish you could include some prices along with the images.