At the Director and Advisory Board cocktail partly, on site at Carriageworks on Friday night, we were all looking so intently to find things wrong about the Fair – from our own experience, or from what we’d heard from exhibitors and public. Surely, we kept repeating, there has to be something wrong with this Fair? The one thing we came up with was: over-attendance. Instead of the predicted 3,000 visitors, 12,000 people attended the opening night event. So, catering was strained, and it was at times a little difficult to circulate. But, thinking about it, I reckon the complaint was less about the experience of being inside the Fair, as much as the experience of getting to it. Sydney-siders being car-obsessed, traffic jams were aggressive, and parking sometimes seemed an illusion. Even those who wisely chose to come by train found that Redfern station was immensely under equipped for the onslaught. What that all points to is a problem of infrastructure. Next year, we need more trains and buses, better parking and shuttle services. Just like Moore Park is furnished with for any major sports event. The fact that art has turned out as popular as sport, I find a particularly positive thing. And speaking of positive things, here are today’s picks from the Sydney Contemporary Art Fair.