CULTUREAll the Highlights at Frieze London 2016Everything you need to see at the first post-Brexit Frieze London, here.by Skye Sherwin10.06.16Damian Griffiths1Grayson Perry, “Britain is Best,” 2014, at Victoria Miro Gallery. Courtesy the Artist, Paragon Press and Victoria Miro, London.2“L’atelier d’artistes,” 2016, at Hauser & Wirth. Courtesy the artists / estates and Hauser & Wirth.3Angelo Plessas, “Eternal Internet Brother/Sisterhood 3, Dead Sea,” 2016, at The Breeder.4Philippe Parreno, “Speech Bubbles (Transparent Orange),” 2016, and Shahzia Sikander Singing Suns, 2016, at Pilar Corrias. Courtesy the artists and Pilar Corrias Gallery, London.5Portia Munson, “Pink Project Table,” 2016, at PPOW. Courtesy the artist and PPOW Gallery.6Betty Tompkins, “Ersatz Cunt Painting #1,” 2016, at PPOW. Courtesy the artist and PPOW Gallery.7Martin Soto Climent’s Frieze Projects 2016 performance. Courtesy Frieze Art Fair.8Sylvie Fleury in the Nineties section at Frieze London. Courtesy Frieze Art Fair.9Karen Kilimnik’s “Fountain of Youth (cleanliness is next to godliness),” in the Nineties section. Courtesy the artist and The Brant Foundation.10Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, “R.W.F. (Rainer Werner Fassbinder),” 1993, in the Nineties section. Courtesy Esther Schipper, Berlin.11Wolfgang Tillmans, “Alex and Lutz sitting in the trees,” 1992, in the Nineties section. Courtesy of Galerie Buchholz, Berlin/Cologne.