It was just past noon on Thursday, as the Frieze Art Fair, the hugely successful contemporary art extravaganza from London, opened. Despite a biblical rain, its sinuous white tent, designed by the Brooklyn company SO-IL, was bright and looked already like a local landmark in what is after all just the second year of the fair.
There were three separately timed V.I.P. entries to the fair, the first at 11 a.m. for heavy-hitting collectors, the second at 2 p.m. and then another in the evening. As if to underscore the point that there is always a further level of importance and inclusion, another door opened to the elect, the...
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