From musician Peter Gabriel to politician Rishi Sunak: who we spotted in the VIP crowds at Frieze London

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The (flood) gates opened this morning in Regent’s Park for the Frieze London and Frieze Masters VIP preview. In the sea of people, familiar faces—across the realms of art, TV and politics—were sighted jostling for their art fix.

Alistair Hudson, the current director of Manchester’s Whitworth Art Gallery and incoming director of Zentrums für Kunst und Medien in Karlsruhe, Germany Photo: © David Owens 2022

Alvin Li, adjunct curator, Greater China, at Tate, and Catherine Wood, Tate Modern’s director of programme Photo: © David Owens 2022

Brenda Emmanus, arts broadcaster Photo: © David Owens 2022

Turner Prize-winning artist, Laure Prouvost (left), and human rights advocate, Bianca Jagger Photo: © David Owens 2022

Maria Balshaw (left), director of Tate, and Polly Staple, the museum’s director of collection, British art Photo: © David Owens 2022

Mark-Francis Vandelli, Made in Chelsea TV personality Photo: © David Owens 2022

Zoé Whitley, director of Chisenhale Gallery Photo: © David Owens 2022

Michael Craig-Martin, artist and emeritus professor of fine art at Goldsmiths Photo: © David Owens 2022

Fairgoer Dina Kemal Marchant sporting an NFT hat Photo: © David Owens 2022

Musician and songwriter Peter Gabriel (left) and the artist, Marc Quinn Photo: © David Owens 2022

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