As Frieze New York’s VIP preview was wrapping up last Wednesday, Art in America brought together collectors, artists and friends to celebrate the magazine’s second annual New Talent issue with a cocktail party at Chelsea’s Malin Gallery, just down the steps from New York’s The High Line elevated park.

Artists from the issue who attended the event included Diana Sofia Lozano, Laurie Kang, fields harrington, André Magaña, Alexander Si, Tiffany Sia, Kristi Cavataro, and Ronny Quevedo.

The artists spoke about their work in a panel discussion with Art in America Associate Editor Emily Watlington, who was introduced by Editor-in-Chief Sarah Douglas and Publisher Erica Lubow Necarsulmer. The event was presented in partnership with sister publication Robb Report, and featured sushi and passed canapes from Rhubarb Hospitality Collection.

For years, Art in America‘s First Look section has featured new artists before they became well known in the art community. Last year, the magazine revamped its historic new talent issue for its May/June 2021 edition, dedicating that entire issue to featuring up and coming talent.

With the issue available now, readers can learn about Liao Wen, one of China’s mostinnovative young women artists, and her semi-abstract sculptures centered on the human body. The magazine also features a profile on artist Alexander Si, who researches the impact of technology and media, and on Toronto-based artist Laurie Kang, who creates works best described as self-critical photographs without images.

There is so much more to learn about the artists featured in the issue.

Art in America Celebrates Annual New
Artists featured in Art in America‘s New Talent Issue sit for a panel discussion.
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Art in America Celebrates Annual New
Guests sit and listen to artists featured in Art in America‘s New Talent issue speak during a panel discussion.
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