There was quite a lot of work on paper, including cut paper, something Philadelphia-based writer Andrea Kirsh noted in one of her posts for the Fallon Rosof Art Blog. And plenty of material abstraction, some of which straddled the space between painting and sculpture.
Work on paper made a strong showing at this fair, including cut paper.
At Galerie Rupert Pfab, Dusseldorf: Sandra Vasquez de la Horra, installation of drawings in pencil on paper dipped in wax
An individual work is below:
At Galerie Eric Dupont, Paris: Didier Mencoboni, two gouache-on-paper works
At Galerie Baer: Stefan Lenke, untitled acrylic on canvas painting
At Bryce Wolkowitz, New York: Noh Sang-Kyoon's material abstractions in sequins on canvas
A detail is below:
At Magnan Emrich Contemporary, New York: Robert Coromina, Proyecto ABCD, 2007, acrylic on canvas, variable dimensions
At Mike Weiss Gallery, New York: Hermann Nitsch, Untitled, oil and mixed media on canvas
At Creative Thriftshop, Brooklyn: Guerra de la Paz (collaborative of Alain Guerra and Neraldo de la Paz) reconstruct the suit--or is it the man? The actual fellow behind the wall holding the same position was total serendipity--or was it?
Departing view from under the Solar Pavilion