Kenny Schachter stormed New York last week for the Frieze fair and wrote a diary of his whirlwind trip for Artspace. During his tour of Christie’s auction exhibition he noticed something odd:
At Christie’s, there was a woman hunched over on the floor next to a group of traffic barricades, drawing feverish compilations with pencil on paper, which I joked was an actual artwork for sale. Actually, it turned out to be the reclusive artist Cady Noland herself, fastidiously reconstituting an artwork that was indeed for sale.
A Dealer’s Diary of Frieze (Artspace)