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Go inside the worlds of art, fashion, design, and lifestyle.

Portrait courtesy of Hublot.
Piero Manzoni
Bread and kaolin
12 1/4 x 12 1/4 in
Photo by Bruno Bani
Courtesy Fondazione Piero Manzoni, Milan and Hauser & Wirth.
Zoe Leonard, The Fae Richards Photo Archive, 1993-96, (detail)
gelatin silver prints and chromogenic prints with typewritten text on paper, dimensions variable
Eileen Harris Norton Collection
Courtesy of MOCA.
Portrait courtesy of Hublot.

Where Insider Shepard Fairey Finds Inspiration Around L.A.

By Whitewaller

February 13, 2019

All this week in preparation for Frieze Los Angeles, we’re hearing from leading art, culture, and lifestyle experts share how they enjoy Los Angeles.

“I love the Arts District in Downtown Los Angeles because it has a lot of amazing public art as well as galleries like Over The Influence and Hauser & Wirth and great restaurants like Manuela, The Pie Hole, and Wurstküche. The area has changed a lot, but it still retains a lot of its unvarnished charm. Also in Downtown are the MOCA (Geffen Contemporary and Grand Avenue) and The Broad. The Broad has a phenomenal collection and is free if you have the patience to wait in line to get in. I live in Los Feliz, and there are two amazing bookstores in the neighborhood that I love—Wacko on Hollywood Boulevard, which has art books and books on bizarre collectibles and novelties, as well as Skylight Books on Vermont, which has art and design books plus a lot of others related to activism and progressive culture.”

Frieze Los AngelesGeffen ContemporaryGrand AvenueHauser & WirthManuelaMOCAOver The InfluenceShepard FaireySkylight BooksThe BroadThe Pie HoleWackoWurstküche


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