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Top 5 highlights from Frieze Week 2016

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The Nineties

Image courtesy of Linda Nylind/Frieze

Two of the world’s leading art fairs, Frieze London and Frieze Masters, took place in the British capital this week (October 6-9) with hundreds of international galleries exhibiting works of art from some of the most famous, cutting edge and revered artists around the globe. With Art Basel Miami just around the corner, we’ve rounded up the highlights from Frieze week to give you a little inspiration for displaying fine art on board your superyacht.

The Nineties

One of this year’s greatest draws to the contemporary art focused Frieze London was a new exhibition space dedicated to the Nineties. 14 galleries took part in the showcase with each lovingly recreating one of the decade’s landmark shows with works by the likes of Michael Landy and Karen Hilimnik. The undisputed highlight, however, was Daniel Buchholz’s faithful restaging of Wolfgang Tillman’s 1993 portrait exhibition (pictured) which had attendees buzzing about the Tate Modern’s major retrospective which opens later this year.

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