The Colorful And Creative Artworks of the Frieze Art Fair 2010

10/14/2010 05:24:00 PM ·

A stuffed dog holding a sign that reads "I'm dead". A ticket booth/mobile phone installation. A life-sized model of a boy on a diving board entitled "Catch Me If I Fall". What do they have in common? They're all installations at the Frieze Art Fair 2010 in London.

"There is some very interesting work this year," he says, telling me I'll have to wait to find out what his gallery has bought (the Onset Contemporary Art Fund, a charitable trust, supplies funds for Tate's acquisitions at Frieze). This year, I discover later, £120,000 was spent on several works, including a roll of Communist-era Czechoslovakian lavatory paper with inscriptions by the late Julius Koller. ~Wall Street Journal

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