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Riffs on Classical Sculpture, Ceramics, and Sex Work at This Year’s Frieze London

The 2017 edition of the Frieze art fair opens today in London. With more than 160 galleries participating in the main exposition—add another 130 if you count its sister fair, Frieze Masters, across Regents Park—the work on offer is unsurprisingly varied. We visited yesterday’s preview and snapped a few highlights, including a smaller but better organized Focus section, highlighting emerging galleries selected by curators Ruba Katrib and Fabian Schoeneich, and an exhibition called "Sex Work: Feminist Art & Radical Politics" for which a cluster of galleries, under the oversight of curator Alison Gingeras, turned over their booths to solo presentations of work by women artists. The fair runs through Sunday, Oct. 8.

Toby Ziegler

At Galerie Max-Hetzler

Eric N. Mack (foreground) and Jeff Elrod

At Simon Lee Gallery

Sarah Lucas

At Sadie Coles

Los Carpinteros

At Peter Kilchmann

Thomas Ruff

At Galerie Rudiger Schöttle

Thomas Ruff

At Galerie Rudiger Schöttle

Thomas Ruff

At Galerie Rudiger Schöttle

Dorothy Iannone

At Air de Paris (part of “Sex Work: Feminist Art & Radical Politics”)

Penny Slinger

At Blum & Poe (part of “Sex Work: Feminist Art & Radical Politics”)

Troika

At Galería OMR

Jose Dávila

At Galería OMR

Mary Reid Kelley

At Pilar Corrias

Mary Reid Kelley

At Pilar Corrias

Mary Reid Kelley

At Pilar Corrias

Zilla Leutenegger

At Peter Kilchmann

Zanele Muholi

At Stevenson

Suzanne Treister

At PPOW

Suzanne Treister

At PPOW

Suzanne Treister

At PPOW

Peter Halley

At Stuart Shave/Modern Art

Alicja Kwade

At Kamel Mennour

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