Oct. 15, 2010 

"Pop Porn" performers being ejected from the Frieze Art Fair VIP preview

Getting ready for the crowds at the Frieze Art Fair

The first thing you see when you come in: Elmgreen and Dragset’s Catch Me Should I Fall at Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen

Annika Ström’s project Ten Embarrassed Men, presenting ten actors acting embarrassed

Simon Fujiwara’s Frozen, winner of the of Frieze 2010 Cartier Award, implies that the ruins of an ancient city are being excavated beneath the fair

Subodh Gupta’s King of Kings (1) (2009-10) -- a set of painted aluminum mangos -- at Hauser & Wirth

In costume as part of Spartacus Chetwynd’s piece for Frieze, at the"Frame" section of the fair

Works by Keiichi Tanaami at Nanzuko Underground, Tokyo

Tony Just graffiti paintings at Sommer & Kohl, Berlin

Artist Naeem Mohaiemen, with Kanishka Raja, at Experimenter Gallery from Kolkata, India

Shannon Ebner’s Agitate at Altman Siegel Gallery, San Francisco

Banks Violette’s Not Yet Titled (The End Installation) (2010), at Team Gallery, New York

Ryan McGinley’s Tom (Golden Tunnel) (2010) at Team Gallery, New York

Aristarkh Chernyshev & Alexei Shulgin’s 3G International, at XL Gallery, Moscow

Francis Stark’s "wearable fabric costume," The Inchoate Incarnate: Towards an Opera But Before a Libretto Even Exists (2009), at Gavin Brown’s Enterprise

Ugo Rondinone’s (Five Lemons) (2008) at Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich

Bjarne Melgaard’s Untitled (2010) at Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna

Emmanuel Perrotin Gallery, Paris

Nathalie Djurberg’s 3 Priests (2008) at Gio Marconi, Milan

Peres Projects, with works by Antonio Ballester Moreno and Kristine Roepstorff (right)

Jonathan Monk’s Tax Payers Money, at Lisson Gallery, London

Nicole Wermers’ Untitled Ashtray (Purple Blue) (2010) at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York

Mark Handforth’s Bleeding Heart (2010) at Modern Institute, Glasgow

Frieze Art Fair lounge designed by Spartacus Chetwynd

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