The booth also features an embroidery piece by
, titled I Can’t Stop Crying Except Sometimes When I Think About Ari Gold
(2016, sold for $12,000). With her signature sense of romance and fantasy, coupled with an interest in celebrity culture, Narrett weaves a chain and a television screen into her threaded narrative. (The Entourage
character Ari Gold was based on power agent Ari Emanuel, whose company, Endeavor, bought 70% ownership of Frieze Art Fair in 2016.) Early in the preview, an abstract canvas by
, Parade of Unlocatable Objects
(2018), had already sold to a major institution in Texas for $25,000. Don’t miss ’s
luscious canvases either; all three of Barbee’s paintings sold for $12,500 to $17,000 each, while two paintings and two works on paper by Loy sold for $3,000 to $32,000 each. The artists have very different approaches to painting women, and their juxtaposed canvases suggest the multiplicity of the subject itself.