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Artist Jeanette Hayes's NADA New York 2015 Picks


Artist Jeanette Hayes's NADA New York 2015 Picks
The artist Jeanette Hayes (Photo by DIS)

The Internet may have met its match in Jeanette Hayes. An artist known for paintings that cheekily deposit meme-friendly Anime characters into venerable artworks from the Northern Renaissance to de Kooning—or treat the iPhone screen as a canvas for devotional paintings—Hayes also marshals her considerable wit and remarkable store of web goodies to populate her unmissable social-media pages. Here, the artist and frequent Opening Ceremony and DIS collaborator weighs in on this year’s NADA New York art fair in the most persuasive form of language yet invented by man: gifs. 

Hi art collectors :)

and artists,

I just looked at the NADA New York preview on Artspace

some things made me

and other had me like

Artspace asked me to pick my favorites

and so I'm only picking from painting and mixed media because

Ok so

My favorite is Genieve Figgis.

figgisGenieve Figgis's Lady With a Harp, 2015

I love these paintings. I love Half Gallery. Every time I see this work I just

Another favorite is Jansson Stegner.

stengerJansson Stenger's Lockerroom, 2015

I haven't seen these paintings in real life but from the photos, they look lovely. I'm a painter and sometimes when it comes to figurative painting in art fairs I just feel like 

My third favorite is my good friend Michael Manning.
This isn't a biased pick because he's my friend. I'm biasedly friends with him because I like his art. He's a genius and these 3D works are psycho. They make me feel like this when I'm looking at them

Another work I like is by Adrian Wong.

wongAdrian Wong's Lenticular Composition III (Tropical Paradise / Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Furman), 2015


I also really like Sibren Versteeg's work.
He nails it every time

Also I like this

millerAnthony Miller's Untitled, 2015


But congratulations to all of the artists in the fair.

Keep up the good work.

And for people who can't attend and aren't participating in this fair 


See you at the fair IRL.

Let's go find the secret gems.


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