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Photos: The Fairest of Them All

Avant-garde art meets modernist design in the abode of Frieze director Victoria Siddall and gallerist François Chantala.


Photographer: Mel Bles Stylist: Gianluca Longo
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Photographer: Mel Bles Stylist: Gianluca Longo

Siddall and Chantala, at home. Roksanda dress, $1,970, Roksanda, London, 011.44.20.7613.6499; Lele Sadoughi bracelet, $150, lelesadoughi.com.

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Photographer: Mel Bles

A Christmas card by Beshty, with vessels made by Siddall’s sister, Liv Siddall.

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Photographer: Mel Bles

The kitchen, with Anton Alvarez’s bench and Walead Beshty’s FedEx cube.

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Photographer: Mel Bles Stylist: Gianluca Longo

Victoria Siddall, at her London home, with (from top) an Ella Kruglyanskaya 2014 drawing and Edward Kay’s Working Mum, 2014. 2. Frieze New York, 2014. Céline jumpsuit, $5,900, Céline, New York, 212.535.3703.

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Photographer: Mel Bles

Hurvin Anderson’s Single Figure, 2001, and a rocking chair by Yrjö Kukkapuro.

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Photographer: Mel Bles

Their cat, Cleo.

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Photographer: Mel Bles

Alexandre da Cunha’s sculpture Full Catastrophe (Drum IV), 2012.

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A look from Duro Olowu’s spring 2015 collection. Courtesy of the designer.

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Photographer: Mel Bles

Books on Siddall’s nightstand.

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The modernist exterior of the Hotel Okura, Tokyo, which they visited. Courtesy of subjects.

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Kruglyanskaya’s cutout figures atop London’s Studio Voltaire, an arts organization where Siddall serves as a trustee. Courtesy of Studio Voltaire.

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Landy’s Doubting Thomas, 2013. Courtesy of themodernhouse.net.

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Yup’ik dance masks, circa 1890, at Donald Ellis Gallery, Frieze Masters, 2014. Courtesy of Frieze Masters.