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Frieze Los Angeles returns for its second iteration, once again hosted at the iconic Paramount Pictures Studios. This year’s edition features initiatives like the returning Frieze Projects (a program of performance, installations, and sculpture co-curated by Pilar Tompkins Rivas and Rita Gonzalez) and Venus Lau’s Frieze Film program, as well as an expanded Frieze Week roster of city-wide exhibitions and events, which coincides with the run of the fair.
Hailing from Brussels to Cape Town and from Mexico City to New York, the international participants include more than 70 new presenters and returning galleries, like Gavin Brown’s enterprise, Gladstone Gallery, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Goodman Gallery, Marc Selwyn Fine Art, Jack Shainman Gallery, Various Small Fires, Parker Gallery, House of Gaga, The Pit, Skarstedt, Xavier Hufkens, 303 Gallery, Blum & Poe, Perrotin, Jeffrey Deitch, Gagosian, Lévy Gorvy, OMR, Vermelho, David Zwirner, White Cube, and David Lewis.
VIP Preview: Thursday, February 13
Dates: February 14–16
Felix Art Fair will be returning to Los Angeles’s Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel this week from February 18—20.
The SPRING/BREAK Art Show returns to Los Angeles for 2022 with more than 50 exhibitions surrounding the theme “HEARSAY:HERESY.”
Frieze returns to Los Angeles this week after a pandemic hiatus, inaugurating a new location at 9900 Wilshire Boulevard in Beverly Hills.
For the occasion of the first-ever Los Angeles Gallery Weekend, Frieze Los Angeles is debuting a new edition of its Online Viewing Room from July 28—August 1.
A summer edition of The LA Art Show kicks off on July 29 with a special VIP night at the Los Angeles Convention Center, where it will remain open through Sunday, August 1, coinciding with the debut Los Angeles Gallery Weekend.