ART & DESIGNThe Best of Frieze New Yorkby Fan Zhong05.15.15We dove into New York’s glitziest art fair, which runs through the weekend, and came back up with a few of our favorites.1Jonathan Horowitz’s “700 Dots” at Gavin Brown’s EnterpriseGavin Brown likes to bring the spectacle. This year, Jonathan Horowitz’s interactive project—volunteers sat down and attempted to paint a perfect 8 inch black circle on a 12 inch square canvas—got everyone involved, from megacollectors to art critics to students. Dots for democracy!2T.J. Wilcox at Barbara GladstoneFor dealers stuck inside the fair day and night, Wilcox offers a little scenery with this monumental panorama of New York’s skyline, from sunrise to sunset. A booth with a view.3Lesley Vance at David KordanskyAn entire booth of these small gems. All of them so flat, so controlled, yet done with so much texture and feeling. Paging Jonathan Horowitz.4Milena Muzquiz at Travesia CuatroSpring has sprunged! And ceramics, apparently, are still hot.Photo by Kayode Ojo.5Kader Attia at Lehmann MaupinNearly 3,000 beer cans bent in half and facing clockwise so as to invert the perambulations Muslim pilgrims perform around the Kaaba, in the most sacred mosque in Mecca. It also made us wonder: If one were able to buy just one can from this piece, which went for $121,875 at Sotheby’s last year, would it cost more than one of those $30 Negronis the fair is hawking?Photo by Kayode Ojo.6Nick Cave at Jack ShainmanThere’s one of these at every fair—and yet, they never fail to delight. Whoooosh.Photo by Kayode Ojo.7The entire Almine Rech boothNeon gold.Photo by Kayode Ojo.8Nicole Wermers at Herald StreetTrophy wives sold separately.Photo by Kayode Ojo.9Samara Golden’s Frieze Projects InstallationOutside the tents, there is another world—and that’s not a euphemism for the plebeian masses.Photo by Kayode Ojo.10Korakrit Arunanondchai’s Frieze Projects InstallationBuying art is hard work.Photo by Kayode Ojo.11Cerith Wyn Evans at Lorcan O’NeillMirror, mirror against the wall, who is the fairest of them all? Oh, it’s Frieze. (Sorry Armory.)Photo by Kayode Ojo.