Curated Picks: Frieze Los Angeles 2024

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The Hammer Museum curator selects groundbreaking ceramics by Sharif Farrag and Rose B Simpson, and a painting by Roberto Gil De Montes he describes as “a delightful journey”

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The Executive Chairman and Co-founder of cultural ecosystem Gold House selects a "Sisyphean" sculpture by Mire Lee, a bold striped ceramic panel by Park Seo-Bo and a piece by Gimhongsok evoking childhood

The Executive Director of LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division) selects a sculpture by Kelly Akashi for its tension and tenderness, James Perkins’ porous land art and a watercolor by Cameron to get lost in

The actor revels in the textural nuance of vanessa german’s rose-quartz sculpture, admires a photograph by Robert Mapplethorpe for its vulnerability and is reminded of his mother by Awol Erizku

The curator and founder of Del Vaz Projects chooses a remarkable Lee Bontecou, a mystical piece by Eugenia P. Butler and a work he says is “yearning and desirous to be encountered”

BY Jay Ezra Nayssan |

Ten members of the renowned professional body choose works from the Frieze Viewing Room, including a sensational late 1960s Alma Thomas and an outstanding woven piece by Jeremy Frey

The New York-based writer and curator chooses a stunning watercolor by Beauford Delaney and a work by Emma Prempeh that reminds her of a more “carefree” time, among others

The BEEF actor selects Yu-Xin Su’s poetic clock stuck between time zones, a dreamy bedroom scene by Hugh Steers and a portrait by George Condo, among others