Exhibits and art fairs are back in the Big Apple.
This weekend at The Shed Maestro Dobel Tequila helped toast the grand return. Frieze New York was the a colorful celebration with several galleries displaying along with guests enjoying a fabulous VIP lounge with carefully curated cocktails from the launch of Maestro Dobel Artpothecary, a creative platform and series of immersive experiences which celebrate contemporary Mexican art and culture.
The brand commissioned globally renowned designers Bompas & Parr to bring to life ‘The Fruit Chemist.’ This unique bar experience featured rare and unusual Mexican fruits paired to complement Maestro Dobel’s smooth range of tequilas and will spotlight the work of Orly Anan, leading Colombian-Israeli Visual Artist based in Mexico City. Each drink was an exquisite delight that brought to life a vision of beauty.
Born from 11 generations of tequila-making legacy, Maestro Dobel leans on over two centuries of mastery to innovate in its portfolio of award-winning tequilas. In the same way that Maestro Dobel cherishes and looks to its traditions to create its tequilas, the brand recognizes those who share the same level of commitment, expertise, and mastery.
With over 60 contemporary art galleries at The Shed, and a varied program of events happening online and in person, there was so much to explore at Frieze New York this year.
Presentations by leading contemporary artists included Dana Schutz (David Zwirner); Thornton Dial (David Lewis); and Annette Messager (Marian Goodman Gallery) amongst others. Emerging talents were discovered such as Frame with WangShui (Company Gallery) Dana Lok (Clima); Karon Davis (Wilding Cran Gallery) and many others.