Mirrors were everywhere at the art fairs (Yes, I realize this is a belated post. Life is crazy. For regular posting to begin soon, offer me an awesome full-time marketing job, please.)
This installation by Jonah Freeman and Justin Lowe at Marlborough Chelsea’s booth at the Armory was my favorite of all the mirrors though, for the textured surfaces of the mirrors created by a layered printing process. They appeared rather like abstract, naturalistic watercolors despite the medium.
I also appreciated the setting; the artists also designed the wallpaper behind the mirrors, which feature a fractal-like pattern. The duo notably also created a whole environment for Bright White Underground in 2010 (great photos of this on The Selby).