Amanda Sharp, along with her founding partner Matthew Slotover (publisher of the fair’s eponymous magazine), founded the Frieze Art Fair in London in 1991. As she told Paper Magazine earlier this year, she had no idea the annual event would be part and parcel to reenergizing London as a global art center and attracting attention to the first-wave Young British Artists in the early nineties. But it did just that, while simultaneously bolstering the magazine they named the fair for. Now, more than 20 years on, Frieze has expanded to incorporate a New York City iteration of the fair—a global reach.