Timeless Style at Frieze Masters’ VIP Opening

Artsy Editorial
Oct 18, 2013 4:00PM

By Ana Finel Honigman

The visitors to Frieze Masters matched the fair's aesthetic range, from classic to avant-garde. Although the art from the ancient era to the late 20th century was museum quality, the atmosphere was more relaxed than in the frenetic Frieze London tent. Most attendees were dressed in comfortably casual or conservative clothes, but we found many true treasures among them, who spoke of their garments with a collector’s knowledge, passion, and excitement. Here is our selection of the best of the timeless styles at Frieze Masters.

Katharine Overgaard with works by Billy Al Bengston and Marcia Hafif, at Franklin Parrasch Gallery

Amanda Sroka, of the Courtauld, with Lisson Gallery's Richard Long installation

J.J. Martin of Wallpaper* in front of a Julio le Parc at São Paulo’s Galeria Nara Roesler 

Nicholas Mullany, of Mullany - Haute Epoque Fine Art, with an Alonso Cano at Coll & Cortés Fine Arts

Fashion Writer Cristiana Pinheiro Guimarães with an Agostino Bonalumi at Robilant+Voena

Esteemed Arts Writer Judd Tully

Ikwu Amiaka with Giuseppe Arcimboldo paintings at Koetser Gallery

Waseem Akbar at Dan Galeria

Art Consultant Isabelle Chalard at Morotti Fine Art

Berenice Arvani of Galeria Berenice Arvani

Philippe Bertherat with Jean Dubuffet at Malingue

Fanny Gaillard with a Christopher Wool canvas at Skarstedt Gallery

Photographs by .ZG

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