Frieze Los Angeles

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The DJ and Frieze 91 committee member finds the section, supported by Stone Island, brimming with energy, Afrofuturism and “guardian angels”

In Collaboration with Stone Island

Los Angeles's history of set design informs Art Production Fund’s “Set Seen,” with projects by Sharif Farrag, Ryan Flores, Derek Fordjour, Pippa Garner, Matt Johnson and Cynthia Talmadge

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The birthplace of “California Cuisine” has also drawn countless artists to its tables, and their art to its walls, from Judy Chicago to Mary Weatherford


BY Catherine G. Wagley |

Artists like Anna Sew Hoy and Karla Ekaterine Canseco are picking up the mantle of the pioneering Venezuela-born, Venice-based ceramic artist

BY Jennifer S. Li |

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

Starring as part of Art Production Fund’s “Set Seen” program, Garner’s pickup appears to drive backwards, its hood and loadbed reversed, and is adorned with super-sized “truck nuts”

Launched with Endeavor Impact, and presented in partnership with the Center for Art & Advocacy, the 2024 prize has three finalists—Jared Owens, Beverly Price and Gary Tyler. They discuss their work and the importance of recognition for artists marginalized by incarceration

The Singaporean-US filmmaker won for her work The Metamorphosis Project, about a man given a second chance at life by virtual reality. Britt Williams won the Audience Award for her film SOFT LAUNCH

In Collaboration with Deutsche Bank

The artist spent 42 years in prison before his release in 2016, making the acquisition of his work In Memoriam of an Ashanti Warrior (2024) especially poignant

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 |

The artist celebrates the Westside’s Museum of Jurassic Technology—“like walking into an enormous, smoky-quartz crystal ball aswirl with dried sperm, butterfly scales and chicken-sized RVs”

BY Max Hooper Schneider |

As the renowned painter and printmaker’s work with Gemini G.E.L. features in a new exhibition at the Getty Center, his legacy for the Westside artistic community remains vital

BY Allison Noelle Conner |

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

AMBOS, Gallery 90220, GYOPO, LAND, People’s Pottery Project and Reparations Club are taking part in the fair, linking art, social initiatives and community


This year’s edition of the fair features big names including Theaster Gates, Sudan Archives, Barbara Kruger and Pippa Garner, plus unique activations and social initiatives  

In addition to its roster of galleries, Frieze Los Angeles will have a vibrant program of free public art activations and representation from several of the city’s nonprofits

The cofounder of the LA nonprofit, Ilka Perkins, explains why participation in Frieze Los Angeles has been so instrumental in its mission to help formerly incarcerated creators

BY Chris Waywell |

From monumental gallery shows to eerily intimate installations, Los Angeles is packed with brilliant exhibitions during Frieze this year

BY Chris Waywell |

The fair’s 2024 home has a rich history, from the Mexican rancho era to the Gold Coast 1920s and ’30s, and today boasts bohemian dining, starry architecture and Lalanne sculptures

BY Chris Waywell |

In an exhibition at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles that pairs Kelley with contemporary voices, curator Jay Ezra Nayssan explores the late American artist’s shades of loneliness

BY Matthew McLean AND Jay Ezra Nayssan |