Downstairs, a Milanese gallery, Lia Rumma, has an early-ish Kentridge drawing (1999). Impossible to photograph. And a beautiful Marina Abramovic print.
I liked the big installation of hanging cloths by Joël Andrianomearisoa:-
And the unexpected Richard Long being sold by Lorcan O’Neill (again unphotographable).
Grayson Perry’s image of the Battle of Britain (2017), which was shown in the Serpentine (it’s the current battle):-
And Victoria Miro also has an early-ish Peter Doig, House of Pictures (2002-3).
I liked the work of an Indian artist, Savia Mahajan, shown by a Mumbai gallery:-
Then, I realised that I had run out of juice, literally and metaphorically.