Galleries from around the world showed their best art.
And, in my opinion there was some clever use of materials, some brilliant humor.
I loved the sculptures of Larry Kagan at the Canadian based Longsdale Gallery. He used steel and shadow! And then there were Andres Basurto's broken beer bottle and epoxy putty skulls shown by New Orleans' Red Truck Gallery. The dealers were having a fine time at Scope. They also had tiny works drawn on the insides of matchbooks displayed under glass domes. Then there the Cavalier Galleries Inc from Greenwich, CT. Artist Bradley Hart showed a giant copy of Seurot's Bathers at Asnieres, a turn of the last century painting...only this time it was produced by injecting paint into individual bubble wrap pockets.