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October 16, 2018

Frieze Art Fair came around last week in London and we went up to take a look at what was being considered as art this year, to look at all the people Instagramming themselves into oblivion and join in everyone else chin-stroking their way around a tent in Regents Park.

What really got us was the photography on show, so we thought about highlighting our favourites here. 

Rineke Dijkstra
Some Elegant and vulnerable portraits caught our eye as we went around. She won the Hassle Blad award 2017 last year. This series of portraits were from 1993, in Ukraine.

frieze art fair photography lyme terrace

frieze art fair photography lyme terrace

frieze art fair photography lyme terrace

  
Thomas Demand 

Some pieces by Thomas Demand scattered around really got us chin-stroking too. Other than having a cool name he creates this unnervingly real yet artificial photographs. Described by MOMA as 'achieving a disquieting balance between real and artificial. 

frieze art fair photography lyme terrace
frieze art fair photography lyme terrace
frieze art fair photography lyme terrace
frieze art fair photography lyme terrace


Nan Goldin  

Nan Goldin is our final pick from the fair, her photography is a real portrayal of drugs and violence throughout her life, of former lovers and a life of intimate party from Berlin to New York. 

frieze art fair photography lyme terrace
frieze art fair photography lyme terrace
frieze art fair photography lyme terrace

 


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