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The bi-coastal show exhibits work from over 170 galleries.

The Frieze Art Fair is not known for its staid collection. Now in its tenth year, the show (which runs in London and New York) presents work form over 170 galleries from "Berlin to New York and London to Tokyo." Over 1,000 artists' works are on display. Below, some of our favorites.

A makeup artist prepares an actor for filming a live crime drama in an installation by Asli Cavusoglu at the Frieze Art Fair in London. Cavusoglu's drama entitled "Murder in Three Acts" uses a professional film crew and actors and is rehearsed and filmed during the opening hours of Frieze London. (Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters)
A detail of Do Ho Suh's "Cause and Effect" is seen at the Frieze Art Fair in Regents Park, central London. (Andrew Winning/Reuters)
Visitors look over the sculpture "Vortex Eau De Parfum" by Jim Lampie at the Frieze Art Fair in New York. (Keith Bedford/Reuters)
Visitors look over art work at the Frieze Art Fair in New York. (Keith Bedford/Reuters)
A visitor looks at two portraits of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II constructed from colored paper by London artist Hew Locke at the Frieze Art Fair in London. (Reuters)

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