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Charles Gaines, Hauser and Wirth / ©VistaJet
Each in-flight viewing experience is accompanied by a virtual Frieze curator guide who will highlight the must-see pieces and exhibit highlights, giving members an unrivaled opportunity to acquire the best art available.
“We believe this partnership will allow our members to pursue their passion for art in the simplest way – anytime and anywhere,” says VistaJet founder and chairman, Thomas Flohr. “Frieze Fairs are ultimately about connecting world-leading international galleries with the most renowned global collectors, and we are excited to create yet another innovative service for our clients through our partners in excellence.”
Back on the ground, the collaboration will also give VistaJet members VIP access to the leading international fairs, which will move from New York to Seoul, London and Los Angeles throughout the year.
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Emma McIntyre, Château Shatto / ©VistaJet
Members will also gain entry to exclusive invite-only events hosted by VistaJet at each show, including guided art tours, previews and dinners, each of which offers the opportunity to connect with like-minded art aficionados around the world.
“Frieze is delighted to announce its new VIP partnership with VistaJet and open the door to its members,” says Megan Leckie, head of VIP at Frieze Art Fairs. “Debuting on the occasion of Frieze New York 2022, the collaboration will bring the best in contemporary art to VistaJet audiences across the globe, creating yet another incredible way to connect with art.”
Frieze New York runs May 18 to 22; The Shed at Hudson Yards, 545 West 30th Street, New York, NY 10001, frieze.com, vistajet.com