Regents Park saw the annual return of the Frieze Art Fair last week and when my friend asked me to go with her I leapt at the chance. I have always, for one reason of another, missed out on going so I had no idea what to expect…
When I arrived I found a huge showcase of commissioned art and design to explore from over 170 different contemporary galleries… Curated by Sarah McCrory, a massive, eclectic collection of eye-catching paintings, sketches, prints, sculpture and photography are displayed along several very long aisles (I wiiiish I’d worn trainers!!)
Right: Tracey Emin's 'And I Said I Love You!'
Here are some of the pieces which caught my eye:
Above: This amazingly dressed lady was unsurprisingly drawn to the chandelier of neon, multi-coloured bodies... How brilliant?!
Above: Jung Lee’s sculpture ‘Aporia’
Above L-R: Jim Lambe, Untitled and Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster's 'After'
Above L-R: Barnaby Hosking's 'Thoughts' and David Shrigley's 'Untitled (This is Nothing)'
Above L-R: Dawn Mellor's 'Kristen Scott Thomas' and Cornelia Parker's '30 Pieces of Silver'
Above: Sculpture by Tara Donovan
Above: Tracey Emin's 'You Made ME LOVE You'