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In a normal year, the Contemporary art world would right now be descending on New York City for the annual iteration of Frieze New York, that bastion of Contemporary art events. The exceptional circumstances of this year have, of course, meant the cancelation of the physical fair, but to replace it, Frieze has launched its own digital Viewing Room, where the works that should have been shown in New York can instead be looked at digitally. While Frieze's version of the Viewing Room format is markedly better than others', with quick switches between works and galleries and a clean, easy-to-access presentation, the fact remains that browsing art online can barely compare to seeing it 'IRL'. So, Corfield Morris has trawled the site and selected some of the best works on display, with prices starting from just $5,000.

Brice Guilbert

Fournez, 2020

23 x 28 cm

oilstick on paper in wood frame

Showing with: Mendes Wood DM

Robert Gober

Tree Tree, 2019

31 x 29 cm

graphite on paper in artist's frame

Showing with: Matthew Marks

Peter Hujar

Self-Portrait with String around his Neck, 1980

56.5 x 57.8 cm

photograph, ed. 10

Showing with: Maureen Paley

Wojtech Kovarik

Saint Sebastian's Suffering, 2020

200 x 200 cm

acrylic on canvas

Showing with: Mendes Wood DM

Leon Kossoff

Study from 'Minerva Protects Pax and Mars' by Rubens, 1981

223 x 285 cm

oil on board

Showing with: Piano Nobile

Alice Neel

Roses, 1983

91 x 61 cm

oil on canvas

Showing with: Xavier Hufkens

Marina Rheingantz

Loose in a Summer Breeze, 2020

240 x 360 cm

oil on canvas

Showing with: Fortes D'Aloia & Gabriel

Ilse d'Hollander

After Goethe (1), 1991

45 x 35 x 1.8 cm

oil on canvas

Showing with: Victoria Miro