Last weekend I went to Regent’s Park for the tenth Frieze London, one of the world’s leading contemporary art events. With so much art displayed along a dizzying grid, the whole exhibition felt like one giant creative speed dating afternoon, as I whizzed around briefly flirting with each of the 175 gallery’s presentations. Below are a few of my favourites pieces…
Above: Is it a Door? Is it Art? No... I's Frieze. Easy Mistake. Kate Moss by Mario Testino.
Above (L-R): Robert Indiana's Love and Art (1972-2000).
Above: Art appreciating art...
Above (Clockwise): 'I am the One I've Been Waiting For,' Harland Miller (2012), Untitled, Loris Greuad (2012) and 'Inthistogether' Darren Almond (2010).
Above: My favourite of the day. A portrait on old cassette tapes by Gregor Hildebrandt.
Above (L-R): 'A Balloon For Britain,' Scott King (2012) and 'Oh No' Doug Aitken (2012).