Frieze London

Image from artdaily.com

Image from artdaily.com

Frieze London wrapped up this weekend and our favorite exhibition was definitely Carsten Holler's "Gartenkinder." Represented by Gagosian Gallery, this installation was all about play, featuring a giant game of Scrabble and an even larger die, an eerily realistic soft octopus and over-sized mushroom, and an unpredictable bouncing Perplexity Ball. We also loved the 2014 fair's dedication to performance art, with daily ballets and performance artists scattered throughout the fair, and thought-provoking pieces, such as "Does this soup taste ambivalent?" by the United Brothers (soup made with ingredients from the Fukushima nuclear disaster sight). Tell us all about your Frieze London faves on Twitter! @kinderMODERN