in Frieze | 23 JAN 19

Today’s Most Exciting and Influential Artists from California and Across the World

Discover solo and curated presentations in the gallery tent at Frieze Los Angeles 2019

in Frieze | 23 JAN 19


Doug Aitken

Galleries at Frieze Los Angeles will present exceptionally ambitious presentations.

View the full gallery list here. Highlights include, among many others...

Iconic and influential Californian artists such as Mike Kelley’s sensational installation Unisex Love Nest (1999) will be shown for the first time in LA, exactly 20 years since its inception, in the city where it was conceived; Allen Ruppersberg (among other artists) with Marc Selwyn Fine Art, coinciding with the artist’s major Frieze Week exhibition at the Hammer Museum; seminal American painter Wayne Thiebaud’s solo presentation of with Acquavella Galleries; and a solo of new works by LA-based artist Doug Aitken with 303 Gallery, which collectively, present a vision of Los Angeles, where the artist has lived and worked for many years.

Mike Kelley, Unisex Love Nest, 1999. Installation with 1-channel video (color, sound). Art © Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts. All Rights Reserved / Licensed by VG Bild-Kunst, Berlin, Germany. Courtesy Hauser & Wirth. Photographer: Nic Tenwiggenhorn 

Young galleries from L.A. will represent the vanguard of contemporary art making in the city, such as Park View/Paul Soto’s presentation of Mark A. Rodriguez, whose installation explores the mythical history of The Grateful Dead; Night Gallery’s pairing of painting by Claire Tabouret with furniture by Josh Callaghan; Anat Ebgi showing, among others, L.A. artists Neil Raitt and Robert Russell and influential feminist artist Faith Wilding; and Commonwealth and Council’s tribute to The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling with a collaborative exhibtion entitled “G.L.O.W (Greeting Land Outflowing Wormholes)” by Beatriz Cortez and Rafa Esparza.

Francois Morellet

Today’s most exciting artists from across the US and around the world, including Lawrence Weiner responding to works by John Baldessari with Marian Goodman Gallery; pioneering feminist artists Judy Chicago and Carol Rama in a dual presentation with Jeffrey Deitch; a solo by the Russian-born, New York-based artist Sanya Kantarovsky with Stuart Shave/Modern Art; São Paulo-based artist Paulo Nimer Pjota‘s solo presentation with Mendes Wood DM; Jeppe Hein, known for his interactive sculptures and installations, that combine elements of humour with traditions of minimalism and conceptual art, presenting a solo with König Galerie; and Gallery Hyundai’s presentation of François Morellet alongside iconic Korean artists including, Chung Sang-Hwa, Lee Ufan, Shin Sung Hy, Minjung Kim and Yeesookyung.

Judy Chicago, Flesh Fan (1971)

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