Frieze Masters was an altogether different thing. As my niece said on entering, "Ah, this is the grown-up art". Wonderfully eclectic bunch of stuff. I didn't bother looking at the artists' names or the titles of the pictures, but simply enjoyed the images. Some things are fairly obvious: Picasso is recognizable, but there were a couple of very early Lucien Freuds, one a boat on a beach that i particularly liked. Anyway, here are three items, photographed randomly.
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|Early Chalcolithic basalt anthropomorphic altar|
early 4th millennium BC
|Michele da Verona (workshop)|
Aeneas in Hades, escorted by Mercury c. 1500
Food and drink and general chill-out area, run by Rochelle Canteen, was, as usual, superb.