Top 10 Booths from Frieze Masters

Artsy Editorial
Oct 23, 2013 3:03PM

“Our vision for Frieze Masters was to bring a contemporary approach to a historical art fair.” —Victoria Siddall, Frieze Masters Director

We’re guessing Siddall would love the ten most popular booths from our Frieze Masters feature. From Picasso and Monet to Alice Neel and Helen Chadwick (with some Native American masks for good measure), these galleries revel in the spirit of the fair, bringing their contemporary perspectives to the full range of pre-2000 art.

10. Richard Saltoun: Exhibiting Bob Law and Helen Chadwick.

9. David Zwirner: Exhibiting Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, and more.

8. Mitchell-Innes & Nash: Exhibiting Catherine Opie, Jean Arp, and more.

7. Donald Ellis Gallery: Exhibiting Native American masks, sculptures, and tapestries.

6. Dickinson: Exhibiting Claude Monet, Fernand Léger, and more.

5. Alan Cristea Gallery: Exhibiting Richard Hamilton, Jim Dine, and more.

4. Victoria Miro: Exhibiting Alice Neel.

3. Acquavella Galleries: Exhibiting Jean-Michel Basquiat, Pablo Picasso, and more.

2. Bernard Jacobson Gallery: Exhibiting Robert Motherwell.

1. Ubu Gallery: Exhibiting Hans Bellmer, Georges Hugnet, and more.

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