Team Gallery (here): New Ryan McGinley, an interior scene of nudes on a bed in a saturated orange room. Printed wall sized and priced at $50000.
303 Gallery (here): The layered shadows of a double silhouette. New work from Collier Schorr, priced at $19000.
Anton Kern Gallery (here): A diptych of sunsets, cut like record sleeves. Anne Collier, priced at $28000.
Sies + Höke (here): Colored photographic filters, buckled and curved, like a photogram falling through space. João Maria Gusmão and Pedro Paiva, priced at €9800.
Metro Pictures (here): Spots and spotlights become an abstract design of their own. Louise Lawler, priced at $40000 each.
Chemould Prescott Road (here): New work from Rashid Rana, where his pictures within pictures pixelization technique has evolved into image fragments broken up and rearranged like a puzzle. Priced at $75000.
Greene Naftali Gallery (here): Wild haired troll portraits in 24×20 Polaroid, set against a background of mylar streamers. Lutz Bacher, each print priced at $16000.
Greene Naftali Gallery (here): Sunset snapshots physically twisted and deformed, then rephotographed as a series. Rachel Harrison, set of 4 prints priced at $30000.
Kavi Gupta Gallery (here): Curtis Mann adds a new technique to his innovative toolbox: a photograph reversed, with chips and scraps pulled back to reveal the image underneath (in this case, burls of wood). Priced at $9000.
Goodman Gallery (here): Mining a photojournalism archive from 1980s Belfast, with stray marks and gold leaf additions. Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin, priced at $28000.
Xavier Hufkens (here): A lesser known Robert Mapplethorpe lily from 1979, with subtle shadows underneath. Priced at $36000.
Mitchell-Innes & Nash (here): Emerging from under the in-progress tune up of an orange Mercedes. New work from Justine Kurland, priced at $6500.
Skarstedt Gallery (here): A well-edited array of visual parallels: menacing sharks and car grilles. Richard Prince, priced at $250000.
Edwynn Houk Gallery (here): While the tactile vintage Tina on the Azotea dominated the array of Westons on this wall, I’m always on the lookout for great small Weston nudes from 1933/1934. This is a solid one, priced at $75000.
Mary Boone Gallery (here): Barbara Kruger effectively skewering the fair going crowd. Priced at $95000.
Paula Cooper Gallery (here): A terrific Christian Marclay DJ photogram, hung precariously high on a side wall. Priced at $55000 and already sold.
Galerie Nordenhake (here): Carleton Watkins still lifes of sculptural specimens, rephotographed and recontextualized with art history snippets. Iñaki Bonillas, the set of 4 prints priced at €10000.
Dominique Lévy Gallery (here): An excellent John Baldessari ladder of images, juxtaposing layers of fallen women. Priced at $900000 and already sold.
Marian Goodman Gallery (here): New Thomas Struth, the technical blue glow of a cinema complex. Priced at €120000.
Bruce Silverstein Gallery (here): An arrangement of asparagus shoots in lush 1960s color. Marie Cosindas, priced at $20000.
Pace/MacGill Gallery (here): The shimmering, unresolvable all over color of Paul Graham’s Films. Priced at $35000.