Instagrams of the Art World: Frieze, Jennifer Rubell’s Womb, Ai’s Brooklyn Love, and More

During the festivities at Frieze London, Salon 94‘s Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn shot this very British portrait of Turner Prize-winning artist Grayson Perry.

Former YBAs, like Tracey Emin, are all over Instagram’s depiction of Frieze London.

A sartorial homage to Mike Kelly, at Frieze.

Rob Pruitt‘s “Safety Cones” were a big hit according to Instagram’s representation of Frieze.

Art Dealer Gavin Brown snapped this photo of artists Jeff Koons and Mark Leckey — holding an artfully dressed baby — sitting on a Rob Pruitt couch no less (much more comfortable than the safety cones).

Look what art dealer Andrea Rosen saw driving down the street.

If you have to have a sponsor, Alexander McQueen (Frieze’s associate sponsor) seems like not a bad choice. Here are some “choir collars.”

An avid fan of “milk and COCKies” snapped this photo of Sarah Lucas‘s work in the Whitechapel Gallery booth at Frieze.

Look who’s a Brooklyn Nets fan. It seems Brooklyn Museum‘s managing curator of exhibitions Sharon Matt Atkins had some quality time with dissident artist Ai Weiwei, nowhere near Frieze.

Here a visitor goes back in the womb in Jennifer Rubell‘s “Portrait of the Artist,” at Frieze.

Is this the more subdued British cranberry-as-opposed-to-candy-apple-red take on the Knight Landesman look?

Here’s a fun pic of artist Rashid Johnson (who has a steamy upcoming performance at the Russian Turkish Bath on 10th Street for Performa 13 that was one of our ten “must-sees”) and friend at Prada Marfa in Marfa, Texas.

Interns at Sean Kelly Gallery had fun with Slavs and Tatars “Monobrow Manifesto” at the Pataphysics show which closes on October 19. Hurry out!

— Rozalia Jovanovic and Ashton Cooper