Take a Breather at Frieze Art Fair

Take a Breather at Frieze Art Fair

At Frieze art fair, like many bustling art fairs happening this weekend, the sheer expanse of endless exhibiting galleries and bustling crowds may leave you wondering where the nearest couch or lazy-boy recliner is. At Frieze Art Fair, you’re in luck! As a part of the non-profit Projects programming at the fair, massaging lazy boy chairs crafted of bleached denim—fabric of choice of the artist Korakrit Arunanondchai— are a part of the refreshing environments and inviting spaces at Frieze that allow visitors to take a breath before diving back into the thrilling offering of modern and contemporary art on display.

Arunanondchai’s Denim Massage Chairs (Growing Up Together) (placed throughout the fair) are accompanied by other enthralling environments, including Aki Sasamoto’s “Coffee/Tea” personality quiz in the form of a maze with such choices as horse tail or sheep’s fur and “Tribute to Flux Labyrinth,” 1976-2015, a rehash of a 70’s artist space originally devised by George Maciunas, with contributions by both original Fluxus members and contemporary artists.

Date: Through May 17

Time: Fri-Sat (11 a.m.- 7 p.m.), Sun (11 a.m.-6 p.m.)

Location: Randall’s Island Park

Tickets: one day pass $44


More Info: www.friezenewyork.com