With Leonardo DiCaprio—or at least, a very close Leo approximation—stopping in the middle of the fair to scan the Financial Times, reading is officially in at Frieze New York 2017, which kicked off on Thursday with no shortage of text art. Tracey Emin’s ever-present neons share the stage with orange-lit art by the Chilean artist Alfredo Jaar. Not too far away is Susan Cianciolo’s freewheeling work at Bridget Donahue’s booth, where a pizza recipe screaming toppings of kale, chopped olives, and “raddishes” can be found next to the paintings, garment designs, and watercolors above her tapestry floor installation. Meanwhile, Tom Sachs turned his attention a bit more earth-wards and brought a bit of McDonald’s to the land of $18 bagels, while the Eastern Cape artist Mawande Ka Zenzile outlined a list of goals for the black nationalist movement for his South African gallery. Study up on all their messages, here.