in Frieze Los Angeles | 09 FEB 23

Non-Profits at Frieze Los Angeles 2023

Five LA-based organizations, linking art and social impact, will have a platform at the fair including GYOPO, People’s Pottery Project, AMBOS, Gallery 90220, Carolyn Glasoe Bailey Foundation and Reparations Club 

in Frieze Los Angeles | 09 FEB 23

Frieze Los Angeles hosts five Los Angeles based non-profits, honoring each organization's work to make Los Angeles a more equitable community.

GYOPO is a collective of diasporic Korean cultural producers and arts professionals generating and sharing progressive, critical, intersectional, and intergenerational discourses, community alliances, and free educational programs in Los Angeles and beyond.

People’s Pottery Project’s mission is to empower formerly incarcerated women, trans and non-binary individuals through the power of art-making, grassroots advocacy, and meaningful employment through its non-profit ceramics business. 

AMBOS seeks to express and document border emotion through art made on opposite sides, by providing a platform for bi-national artists along the border. Using craft and art as a vehicle for community self-care, this project is aimed at humanizing the act of border crossing.

Gallery 90220 strives to provide an accessible platform for emerging and underrepresented artists by hosting think tanks, podcasts and promoting collaboration with like-minded trailblazers, Their mission is to be the premier art gallery and community safe haven for creatives of color to freely voice their unique expressions to Los Angeles and beyond.

Carolyn Glasoe Bailey Foundation is committed to supporting and advocating the arts and sciences. Current initiatives include awards for visual artists, as well as The Ojai Institute, an artist-residency program. Currently based in Ojai, California, the organization was founded in 2015 by artists, family, and friends to celebrate the legacy of esteemed art patron and private art dealer Carolyn Glasoe Bailey.

Reparations Club, a Los Angeles-based independently Black-owned and operated bookstore will host a pop-up shop.


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