Above image: BFA / Fred Giampietro While Basel, SCOPE and Frieze have have no shortage of great art, it does seem as though it’s been eclipsed by the parties, the schmoozing and the desire to Instagram one’s self in front of the latest Koons.
While Basel, SCOPE and Frieze have have no shortage of great art, it does seem as though it’s been eclipsed by the parties, the schmoozing and the desire to Instagram one’s self in front of the latest Koons. Not the case, however, at the Outside Art Fair . Safe to say pretty much everyone is there for one reason only: art, done by self-taught artists
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