Why Art in New York is Never Boring

Judging by the number of sold signs at Frieze New York, the art market is likely in better shape than anticipated. But then again, this is New York not Boston. Well-known artists sell regardless of the economy and slower sales can offer one of the best opportunities to buy. At peak times, acquiring certain works may not be as easily available. When others hesitate, taking a risk can pay off big time. It's not easy predicting trends, but if you do your homework and watch for consistency you may come out ahead of those who wait for all the right indicators. Ultimately, if you buy something you love, you'll win anyway.

1.  Jeppe Hein, This is All You Need, 2015, Galleri Nicolai Wallner

2.  Johannes Wohnseifer, Colony Collapse Disorder, 2016, Konig Galerie

3.  John M. Armleder, Jena, 2016, Almine Rech

4.  Kiki Kogelnik, Blue Butterfly, 1977, Konig Galerie

5.  Leonhard Hurzlmeier, Untitled, 2014, Rachel Uffner Gallery

6.  Mai Thu Perret, Agoraphobia III, 2016, David Kordansky Gallery

7.  Monica Bonvicini, Satisfy Me Flat, 2009, Konig Galerie

8.  Nel Aerts, De doorgedraaide, 2014 to 2015, Carl Freedman Gallery

9.  Otto Berchem, Tropical Buren, 2016, Instituto de Vision

10.  Petra Cortright, ntkern fantasia strip, 2016, Foxy Production

11.  Philip Guston, Untitled, 1973, Hauser & Wirth

12.  Philippe Decrauzat, Vertical Wave, 2016, Elizabeth Dee

13.  Rita Ponce De Leon, ST, 2016, 80M2 Livia Benavides

14.  Ron Gorchov, Detente, 2016, Cheim & Reid

15.  Svenja Deininger, Untitled, 2016, Marianne Boesky Gallery 2

16.  Tomas Saraceno, Hybrid Solitary Semi Social Instrument CL 1358+62 G2 Built By One Argiope anasuja-Two Weeks And one Cyrtophora Moluccensis-Six Weeks, 2015 Esther Schipper

17.  Unica Zurn, Untitled, 1953, IBID

18.  Valentin Carron, Main Bleue bougie blanche, 2014, Kamel Mennour

19.  Yosuke Takeda, 014716, 2016, Taka Ishii Gallery

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