Sunny Rahbar, co-founder of Dubai-based gallery The Third Line, attended the 13th edition of the Frieze Art Fair in London last week to showcase works by regional talents Babak Golkar and Hayv Kahraman, to name a few. Frieze, the art fair everyone’s been buzzing about lately, brings together some of the most compelling contemporary galleries and most creative people in the world, resulting in plenty of snap-worthy moments.
Click through the gallery to follow Rahbar’s trip to London, where she spent a few days before heading to Paris for the FIAC fair to exhibit works by Abbas Akhavan, Rana Begum, Sara Naim, and Zineb Sedira (shortlisted for the prestigious Prix Marcel Duchamp).
“Very happy to be in Regent’s park for another exciting edition of Frieze London!”
“As we set up our booth – a quick glimpse of the installed works by Hayv Kahraman and Babak Golkar.”
“‘Overcome your challenges or they will reappear’ – part of Lutz Bacher’s installation for Frieze London Projects.”
“Loved these works by Inji Efflatoun at the Whitechapel Gallery, as part of the Barjeel Foundation collection ‘Imperfect Chronology – Debating Modernism I’ curated by Omar Kholeif.”
“London-based artist Rana Begum and I on a stroll outside Parasol Unit, admiring ‘Tree no. 5 (from the Jadindagadendar) by Charles Avery.”
“Saira Ansari heading down Lutz Bacher’s corridor with the original The Third Line tote bag!”
“Outside on the quaint terrace of Momo’s in London – great food and company!”
“The setting at Petersham Nurseries for a special lunch honoring Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige, celebrating their new book and show at HOME, Manchester.”
“Walking out of the fair towards the big black Frieze gate, and under the beautiful tree that welcomed us every day.”
“Absolutely loved ‘The Asylum’ installation inspired by Jean Dubuffet at Frieze Masters at Helly Nahmad gallery.”