in Frieze Los Angeles | 09 DEC 21

Frieze Los Angeles 2022: Galleries and Program Highlights Announced

The fair returns in February 2022 with a major new venue in Beverly Hills and over 100 participating galleries

in Frieze Los Angeles | 09 DEC 21

Frieze Los Angeles returns on February 17-20, 2022 at a new location, 9900 Wilshire Boulevard in Beverly Hills, adjacent to The Beverly Hilton hotel.

Led for the first time by Christine Messineo (Director of Frieze Los Angeles and Frieze New York), Frieze Los Angeles 2022 will bring together over 100 of the world’s leading galleries, in a celebration of the creative spirit of the city. 

Alongside the fair’s galleries, the Frieze Projects program will show a number of large-scale multi-disciplinary works installed in and around the fair. Central to this year’s program is a collaboration with artist Tanya Aguiñiga, who has organized BIPOC Exchange, a special section highlighting 10 of Los Angeles’ artist-led social-impact initiatives. 

In addition, a dedicated installment of Frieze Viewing Room will open in advance of the fair on February 15, offering a first look at the fair’s galleries and programming, and bringing Frieze Los Angeles to online audiences across the globe.


Kehinde Wiley  Portrait of Aissatou Dialo Gueye, 2020  Oil on linen  84 x 60 in (213.4 x 152.4 cm)  Courtesy of the artist and Roberts Projects
Kehinde Wiley, Portrait of Aissatou Dialo Gueye, 2020, Oil on linen, 84 x 60 in (213.4 x 152.4 cm). Courtesy of the artist and Roberts Projects 


The 2022 fair features a focused selection of major galleries from across the globe, including a strong contingent of Los Angeles-based exhibitors representing the best of the city’s arts scene: Blum & Poe, The Box, Château Shatto, Commonwealth and Council, Jeffrey Deitch, Kayne Griffin, David Kordansky Gallery, Regen Projects and Various Small Fires (VSF). This year’s fair also welcomes first-time participants including Bortolami, Carlos/Ishikawa, Pilar Corrias, Emalin, Stephen Friedman Gallery, Alison Jacques, Jenkins Johnson Gallery, Sean Kelly and Galerie Lelong & Co., amongst others. Leading international names and returning exhibitors include: Sadie Coles HQ, Paula Cooper, Gagosian, Gladstone, Marian Goodman, Hauser & Wirth, Xavier Hufkens, Gallery Hyundai, Pace Gallery, Maureen Paley, Almine Rech, Nara Roesler, Thaddaeus Ropac, Sprüth Magers and David Zwirner

Iliodora Margellos  Long Quiet River, 2022  Indigo tie dyed drawstring, antique brass chain, pillow filling, lining fabric, found plastic beads & floor mirrors  Large : Diameter 35 3/8in (90 cm), height36 1/4in(92 cm)   Small : Diameter 15 3/4in (40 cm), height16 1/2in(42 cm).   Courtesy the artist, Dio Horia, and Baert Gallery Photo: Vasilios Michail
Iliodora Margellos, Long Quiet River, 2022, Indigo tie dyed drawstring, antique brass chain, pillow filling, lining fabric, found plastic beads & floor mirrors, dimensions variable. Courtesy the artist, Dio Horia, and Baert Gallery. Photo: Vasilios Michail 


Amanda Hunt (Director of Public Programs & Creative Practice, Lucas Museum of Narrative Art) will  oversee Focus LA, the section of the fair that puts a spotlight on 11 Los Angeles-based spaces aged 15 years or less. Focus LA galleries participating in the fair for the first-time include Baert Gallery, Garden, Gattopardo, In Lieu, Luis De Jesus Los Angeles, Marta, Stanley's and Stars. Returning participants include Bel Ami, Charlie James Gallery and Parker Gallery

Sarah Rosalena Brady  CMB | RBG, 2021  Cosmic Microwave Background visualization, beads, beeswax, pine sap, gourds  16 x 8 x 10 inches  Courtesy of the artist and Garden
Sarah Rosalena Brady, CMB | RBG, 2021, Cosmic Microwave Background visualization, beads, beeswax, pine sap, gourds,16 x 8 x 10 inches. Courtesy of the artist and Garden 


In addition, an expanded Frieze Week program of exhibitions and events across the city will begin on Monday, February 14 and run throughout the fair. Frieze Week will encompass a broad spectrum of programming at galleries, museums, civic organizations, and other artist-driven spaces, celebrating and showcasing the many communities which make up LA’s dynamic art landscape. Major institutional exhibitions taking place throughout the week include: ‘Selected Acquisitions of a Decade’ at The Broad; ‘LaTroya Ruby Frazier: The Last Cruze’ at California African American Museum;Lifes’ and ‘Ulysses Jenkins: Without Your Interpretation’ at Hammer Museum;Black American Portraits’ at LACMA; and ‘Pipilotti Rist: Big Heartedness, Be My Neighbor’ at MOCA. 


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47 Canal

Miguel Abreu Gallery


Blum & Poe

Tanya Bonakdar Gallery


The Box


Chapter NY

Château Shatto

James Cohan

Sadie Coles HQ

Commonwealth and Council

Paula Cooper Gallery

Pilar Corrias

Thomas Dane Gallery

Dastan Gallery

Massimo De Carlo

Jeffrey Deitch


Stephen Friedman Gallery



François Ghebaly

Gladstone Gallery

Goodman Gallery

Marian Goodman Gallery

Alexander Gray Associates

Hauser & Wirth

Herald St

Galerie Max Hetzler

Hannah Hoffman Gallery

Xavier Hufkens

Gallery Hyundai

Taka Ishii Gallery

Alison Jacques

Jenkins Johnson Gallery

Casey Kaplan


kaufmann repetto

Kayne Griffin

Sean Kelly

Anton Kern Gallery

Tina Kim Gallery

König Galerie

David Kordansky Gallery

Kukje Gallery

L.A. Louver


Lehmann Maupin

Galerie Lelong & Co.

David Lewis

Lisson Gallery

Matthew Marks Gallery

Mendes Wood DM

Nino Mier Gallery

Victoria Miro

Modern Art

The Modern Institute

Night Gallery

Galleria Franco Noero

Ortuzar Projects

Overduin & Co.

Pace Gallery

Maureen Paley

Parrasch Heijnen


The Pit

Galerie Eva Presenhuber

Project Native Informant

Almine Rech

Regen Projects

Roberts Projects

Nara Roesler

Thaddaeus Ropac

Michael Rosenfeld Gallery

Marc Selwyn Fine Art

Jack Shainman Gallery

Jessica Silverman


Southard Reid

Sprüth Magers

Craig F. Starr Gallery

Various Small Fires (VSF)



White Cube

Zeno X Gallery

David Zwirner


Baert Gallery, Iliodora Margellos, Paolo Colombo

Bel Ami, Ben Sakoguchi

Luis De Jesus Los Angeles, Rodrigo Valenzuela

Garden, Sarah Rosalena Brady

Gattopardo, Dirk Knibbe, Gabriel Madan

In Lieu, Ficus Interfaith, Pauline Shaw

Charlie James Gallery, Patrick Martinez, Jay Lynn Gomez

Marta, Minjae Kim, Chase Biado & Antonia Pinter

Parker Gallery, Melvino Garretti, Troy Lamarr Chew II

Stanley's, Timo Fahler, Amia Yokoyama

Stars, Eric-Paul Riege

Main image: Tourmaline, Violet Copper, 2020-2021, Dye sublimation print. Photo by Charles Benton. Courtesy of The Artist and Chapter NY