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What Andrea Hazen saw at the Summer Fairs

Spring and early summer are always an energetic time in the art world, with numerous art fairs taking place internationally. In May, the second edition of the Frieze Art Fair and NADA in New York City did not disappoint. Both are a welcome addition to the already saturated international art fair landscape. They also coincided with some great gallery shows in New York, which I was able to squeeze in between my busy travel schedule. The culminating point in my art travels every summer is in June with the crème de la crème of fairs: Art Basel in Basel, Switzerland. Here’s a look at what stood out at this summer’s fairs.

Hazen is a New York–based art consultant and founder of Hazen Partners Art Advisory. She has been working to build private and corporate collections for nearly 20 years. Hazen has also consulted with major brands on special projects. An expert in contemporary art, she travels the world for her clients to find the best works of art to fulfill their needs. As a natural continuation of her endless journeys through the art world and her blog, sublimespy.com, she shares for Whitewall a glimpse of the things her refined eye has identified in her continuous quest for art.

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