Kicken Berlin (here): A four way shimmering ripple, from Peter Keetman’s 1950’s VW factory series. Priced at $43600.
Kicken Berlin (here): A delicate interplay of feathery shadows. Jaromir Funke, priced at $272000.
Kicken Berlin (here): The square color patterns of painted walls. Götz Diergarten, priced at $4500.
Galerie 1900-2000 (here): A triptych of Man Ray’s Mr. Woodman figure poses. Priced at $207000.
ONE and J. Gallery (here): The abstract simplicity of a twisted rubber band. Seung Yul Oh, priced at $8000 each.
Luciana Brito Galeria (here): The wave of energy that passes through a soccer net when a goal is scored. Pablo Lobrato, priced at $5000 each.
Wentrup Gallery (here): Studio constructions of rephotographed planes and layers. New work by Miriam Böhm, priced at $13000.
Andrea Rosen Gallery (here): An extra large Wolfgang Tillmans foot, priced at $65000 and already sold.
Sprüth Magers (here): An inverted ziggurat of mats surrounding a small Cyprien Gaillard Polaroid. Priced at €7000.
Sprüth Magers (here): A towering Thomas Demand carnival ride, a new work priced at €160000.
Yvon Lambert (here): The most abstract, ethereal, Bauhaus-like work I have ever seen by Candida Höfer. A new work, priced at $80000.
Sikkema Jenkins & Co. (here): Vik Muniz takes on De Kooning, using his recent scraps of magazines technique. Priced at $45000 and already sold out.
Galeria OMR (here): Archival family portraits, emerging from ghostly streams of developer. Iñaki Bonillas, the set priced at $25000.
Jack Shainman Gallery (here): An electric red landscape from Richard Mosse’s ongoing infrared series. Priced at $30000 and already sold.
PPOW Gallery (here): Messy, visceral performance nudes from Carolee Schneeman. Priced at $120000 for the set of 18.
Two Palms (here): Chuck Close experimenting with woodburytypes. Priced at $7500 each.
Galerie Sabine Knust (here): Black and white playmate photos interrupted by DVD labels from the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Curtis Mayfield, and the Smiths. The set of 21 works priced at $75000.
Galerie Gmurzynska (here): A Richard Meier designed booth, with a small side room of Meier’s own collages, including this one with the Mona Lisa, an explicit nude, and Meier’s redacted driver’s license. Each priced at $25000.
Galleria Lia Rumma (here): A darkly shadowed face, warmed by dots of light. Tobias Zielony, priced at €7500.
Kewenig Galerie (here): New work by Elger Esser, a very painterly garden scene with splashes of red among the veiled greens. Priced at €100000.
Howard Greenberg Gallery (here): In a booth full of vintage treasures, this Arthur Siegel stretched dress was an elegant surprise. Attractively priced at $8000.
Howard Greenberg Gallery (here): Jacques-Henri Lartigue at his most surreal. I can’t remember ever seeing a multiple exposure Lartigue like this one. Priced at $32000.
John Berggruen Gallery (here): A fitting closer to this ABMB report, a Doug Aitken lightbox, priced at $250000.