Few artists born in the 1980s are on the block.
Everything seemed a little lower key in the event’s eleventh year.
Three hours of sleep before his book party.
The threat of the upcoming Frieze show seems to have made organizers raise their game.
It will focus on pieces that last six hours minimum, some will go for days.
Art second, parties first.
He tells Vulture about his upcoming performance art piece, in which he chats up the dead playwright.
In the season finale, the Gallaghers deal with jail time and love.
The Gallaghers get in trouble with the law.
The Gallagher parents continue their reign of terror.
Is worse than Frank Gallagher.
“There it is, Billy Elliot cornholing the father of my children.”
“They want you to validate them for the bad life choices they made as educators.”
“They have their parades. They can wait.”
“I wanted a little girl, but there weren’t any.”
“I’m willing to put this whole thing behind us if you’ll just let me borrow an old lady for a few hours.”
Even Frank’s bartender knows something is wrong.
“I’ll still have to charge you for this.”
All is forgiven — apparently.
Who’s up, and who’s down.