Political Art Furnishes Blistering High Points at FIAC, Again Proving It a Connoisseur’s Haven

Rachel Harrison’s Trump sculpture at Greene Naftali’s FIAC booth

Artspace | Andrew M. Goldstein

Contrasting with Frieze London, FIAC has once again emerged as a connoisseur’s fair—a place where collectors can expect to find art with involving content and historical context, rather than simply bellwethers of the latest market trends. To test this hypothesis, we went in search of art that conveyed a political agenda, a quality typically anathema to the fair-weather collector. Here’s a bit of what was to be found…

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