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Omar Lopez-Chahoud

UNTITLED: Bright Lights, Dim Content

by Paddy Johnson on November 30, 2016
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Evidence that the election results have had any impact on the art fairs were scant at best yesterday. Artist Jason Lazarus told me he kept hearing that this was the year artists would skip, but as I walked around UNTITLED., I didn’t notice any fewer artists then usual. I witnessed plenty of sales, though, and the dealers mostly seemed pleased. Collectors are aware of their upcoming tax windfall.

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UNTITLED Takes a Page From Frieze

by Paddy Johnson on December 6, 2012
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If there was ever any doubt that the Frieze art fair’s move to New York would influence fair organizers, Untitled puts the question to rest. The inaugural version of this 43 exhibitor fair mimicks nearly every point of success Frieze achieved, and with favorable results. Frieze’s light-filled tent, spacious booths, waterfront view, and fine catering; it’s all transposed at a smaller scale and near perfect pitch. Only one sticking point remains—the sales—and the jury’s still out on that.

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Lush Life in New York on 06/16/10

by David Harper on July 10, 2010
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Lush Life Date: Wednesday, June 16th 2010 – Friday, August 13th 2010 Venue: Various LES Galleries Gallery-goers will be able to see all nine chapters of Lush Life — a mammoth, multi-gallery group show curated by Franklin Evans and Omar Lopez-Chahoud as of July 15th. Based on Richard Price’s eponymous, murder mystery novel set on […]

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