INTERIORSPhotos: The Fairest of Them AllAvant-garde art meets modernist design in the abode of Frieze director Victoria Siddall and gallerist François Chantala.by Caroline Roux05.12.15Photographer: Mel Bles Stylist: Gianluca Longo1Photographer: Mel Bles Stylist: Gianluca LongoSiddall and Chantala, at home. Roksanda dress, $1,970, Roksanda, London, 011.44.20.7613.6499; Lele Sadoughi bracelet, $150, lelesadoughi.com.2Photographer: Mel BlesA Christmas card by Beshty, with vessels made by Siddall’s sister, Liv Siddall.3Photographer: Mel BlesThe kitchen, with Anton Alvarez’s bench and Walead Beshty’s FedEx cube.4Photographer: Mel Bles Stylist: Gianluca LongoVictoria 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, 212.535.3703.5Photographer: Mel BlesHurvin Anderson’s Single Figure, 2001, and a rocking chair by Yrjö Kukkapuro.6Photographer: Mel BlesTheir cat, Cleo.7Photographer: Mel BlesAlexandre da Cunha’s sculpture Full Catastrophe (Drum IV), 2012.8A look from Duro Olowu’s spring 2015 collection. Courtesy of the designer.9Photographer: Mel BlesBooks on Siddall’s nightstand.10The modernist exterior of the Hotel Okura, Tokyo, which they visited. Courtesy of subjects.11Kruglyanskaya’s cutout figures atop London’s Studio Voltaire, an arts organization where Siddall serves as a trustee. Courtesy of Studio Voltaire.12Landy’s Doubting Thomas, 2013. Courtesy of themodernhouse.net.13Yup’ik dance masks, circa 1890, at Donald Ellis Gallery, Frieze Masters, 2014. Courtesy of Frieze Masters.