These posts are organized by gallery, with the photographers and number of images on view in parentheses. Often we took a marginal picture of what we saw (posted larger than usual so you can see the detail better), which you'll find nearby. We didn't spend a ton of time digging into prices with dealers, especially when we didn't know the people personally or when there were only one or two photographs in the booth. With these caveats and assumptions, let's get started with two aerial shots of the overall scene, taken from the stairs (one of the booths, another above the VIP area):
Now to the galleries (in no particular order):
White Cube: Diane Arbus (2), one Twins and one Jewish Giant, San Taylor-Wood (1), Gilbert & George (1), Robin Rhode (1), installation made up of 21 images, and Darren Almond (1).
Galleria Raffaella Cortese: Zoe Leonard (6) aerials. (below) These are better than this picture would lead you to believe. The dense patterning is engrossing.
Pace Wildenstein: Harry Callahan (6) collages (below). Not exactly contemporary, but still terrific.
Andrehn-Schipjenko: Marilyn Minter (1).
Galerie Krinzinger: Frank Thiel (1) (Untitled, Palast der Republik #35, 2007 below) I wasn't that familiar with Thiel's work prior to this show, but liked what I saw here and in another booth (Sean Kelly). Big images full of pattern.
Galerie Mehdi Chouakri: Hans-Peter Feldman (3) florals (below). Since we're floral collectors, we like to see everything related to flowers. These seemed more like commercial stills, printed extra huge.
Jack Shainman Gallery: Hank Willis Thomas (1), Richard Mosse (1).
Galleria Lia Rumma: Thomas Ruff (3), one pixelated rocket, two architectural, Alfredo Jaar (1) clouds, and Vanessa Beecroft (3). I very much liked the Beecroft white sculptural forms (VB62 003 NT, 2008 below)
Sean Kelly Gallery: James Casebere (2) constructions, Frank Thiel (2) white peeling paint and an orange curtain, Robert Mapplethorpe (7) 3 black and white flowers and 4 black and white Polaroids, and Yves Klein (1) Leap into the Void.
Galerie Thaddeus Ropac: Elger Esser (1), Robert Mapplethorpe (4) black and white nudes.
Alison Jacques Gallery: Robert Mapplethorpe (9) black and white Polaroids.
Monica De Cardenas: Thomas Struth (1) from the Paradise series, Barbara Probst (2).
PKM Gallery: Sangbin Im (4) Something about these antique/fabricated looking city scenes and cathedrals is eerie.
Galerie Laurent Godin: Aleksandra Mir (2) images of a blow up plane landing in Paris (below). These two images are unexpected/paradoxical and therefore intriguing.