Just as there is always a fashion week somewhere, it seems like there's always an art fair going on, too. This week it's Frieze Art Fair in London. While venture capitalists are fighting at the auctions for a chance to play with Jeff Koons' ballon dog, we decided to spend our time walking around the huge pavilion in Regents park with a few hundred normal people who also came to overdose on art. At scenes like this, it can be hard to figure out whether a person's fur coat on a chair or a bucket with a lightbulb in it is part of an art installation or just something left behind by delinquent fairgoers. And, sometimes, the people-watching is just as, if not more, exciting than the art. With these ideas in mind, Budapest-based photographerAndi GV captured the art-lovers -- both the fair guests and gallery representatives -- in front of the pieces they were most drawn to or spent the most time with. Andi's photos once again prove that whether consciously or not, we often gravitate toward something that reminds us of ourselves.