LoVArts’ Favourites at Frieze

LoVArts’ Favourites at Frieze

LoVArts attends Frieze Art Fair

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LoVArts’ team has visited Frieze Art Fair and took plenty of photos of the artwork that definitely catch the eye. 6 hours of walking, 130 gallery stands, uncountable number of art pieces. We are sure quite a few visitors must have felt overwhelmed. You can love it or hate it, but definitely some work would make you think of for a very long time.

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‘Breakfast, hope, dinner, fear’ by Jack Pierson, Cheim & Read Gallery

 

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‘Abstract composition’ by Glenn Brown, Glen Max Hetzler Gallery

 

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Brigit Brenner

 

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‘The King of need’ by Zhang Ding, Shanghart Gallery

 

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Do Ho Suh, Victoria Miro

 

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Anish Kapoor

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Glen Brown, Gagosian Gallery

 

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‘All fall’ by Jenner Holtzer, Spruth Magers

 

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‘Coctail party’ by Tom Friedman, Stephan Friedman Gallery

 

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Johnen Galerie

 

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Mark Lackey, Galerie Bucholtz

 

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‘Beer lamp’ by Richard Jackson, Hauser & Wirth

 

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‘Untitled’ by Tetsumi Kudo

 

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‘Still life in the Doldrums’ by Anri Sala, Marian Goodman Gallery

 

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White Cube

 

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‘American’ by Darren Bader, Sadie Cole

 

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Rachel Rose’s installation,  Winner of Frieze Artist Award

 

 

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‘Siamese Hair Twins’ – live reproduction of photographs by the Brazilian artist Tunga, firstly shown in 1984

 

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‘Moth in B-flat’ by Anri Sala, Marian Goodman

 

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Pentti Monkkoben, High Art Gallery

 

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‘Ayr’, Frieze Project

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