What You Missed at Frieze 2017

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Suspension and mirror play by Japanese artist Tatsuo Kawaguchi

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“Welcome,” she says. Fortuitously positioned by the South exit. I imagine this is how “I’ll burn holes into your eyes” would be played out literally. Nasty : Rich– ¬†good stuff.

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Blackened shoes en masse by UK artist Jim Lambie.

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Schnabel! Broken plates on wood.

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Intriguing works by young artist Matthew Cerletty.

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A giant charcoal drawing of Obama in 2017 with his security– what a view.

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Technology, technology, technology… ever play that dinner game and pool all your phones together? I have, plenty of times. I win sometimes.

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Familiar– why?

Trending: artist Callum Innes

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My favorite discovery from the entire fair: Brazilian artist Waltercio Caldas – works in Neo-concretism and mixed media. Looked into his portfolio upon returning home, and I’m definitely hooked!

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And here I depart and bid adieu. A ton tour!

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