London’s leading art fair, Frieze, got underway this week by taking over a large chunk of Regent's Park and filling it with astonishing art from around the world. I think it’s only possible to see a fraction of the work on show and it’s too easy to become distracted by pieces and end up taking a very circuitous route around the fair. As usual, there was a vast selection of art, from wall art to sculpture to videos and installations. A few the pieces which caught my eye included a rather wonderful Delft-inspired blue, a white porcelain collection called ‘Lake Michigan Bathroom (II) by Ann Agee and a floor installation within the FOCUS section in the Sunday Painter stand. It was a shallow trough of water filled with the detritus of everyday life with paint sprayed on the surface. It was rather mesmerising staring at the objects lying just below the surface. Apparently no one has splashed into it by mistake…. yet! Be sure not to miss it as it closes tomorrow!
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