Also, Ron Mueck's uncanny Two Women, 2005, at the Flag Art Foundation's "Shaq Loves People" exhibit, curated by the big guy himself. So real, it's scary funny.
And Carter Mull's Virus, 2014, at the booth of LA gallery Marc Foxx, which consists of 3,600 unique stills attached to Mylar mats. It was priced at $35,000 and sold early in the show, but that didn't keep Ashley Brinkman and Corey Crum from walking all over it.
Then there was painter Lino Lago's subversively splattered museum gallery Atentados, at the booth of Madrid's Galeria Alvaro Alcazar. Is there a giant, spilling paint can just outside the frame? You could take it home for $18,000.
I'm a sucker for Tony Oursler's shifting, raspy-voiced, multieyed monster Burst. Priced at $140,000 at the booth of Helsinki's Galerie Forsblom, he's so much more than his fiberglass, projector, and video parts.
But nothing was funnier than this front page headline in the Art Newspaper's special Expo edition:
Anyone who lives here knows the answer to that.