To sum up, the visitor gains a serious summary of the contemporary art world curated by professionals, not bought in as is the Armory jungle. A fair might not be the best possible place to look at art, but the varieties of display modes mixed with a good amount of novel highlights make the Frieze Art Fair sure to have a second appearance in New York. This fair feels just as light and joyful as Jêrome Porsperger conducts his invisible concert on the shore of the East River. Let's put it that way: Frieze doesn't feel like a fair, it feels like a festival. One that everybody in the art world enjoys because there is nothing like it.