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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 |

Frieze Los Angeles has opened at Santa Monica Airport and runs until Sunday March 3. Dive into highlights of the fair so far

From Trulee Hall's lustful science fiction at François Ghebaly to William Brickel's uncanny domestic figures at Michael Kohn Gallery

BY Claudia Ross |

In partnership with Frieze Los Angeles, the California African American Museum Acquisition fund selects a ceramic sculpture by Mustafa Ali Clayton for the museum's collection

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 |

The home of Frieze Los Angeles was once covered by an entire fake suburb created by Hollywood set designers: a deception that inspires this year’s Frieze Projects program, curated by Art Production Fund

BY Thara Parambi |

Under the curation of Essence Harden for the first time, 2024’s section for young galleries is rooted in community, place and ideas of ecology

 

BY Taylor Bythewood-Porter |

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

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 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 |

Drawing on the themes of this year’s Frieze Projects Los Angeles, the photographer reflects on the seduction of the cosmetic image and very Hollywood constructions of allure, artifice and illusion

BY Matthew McLean |

Three of the artist’s projects are presented at Santa Monica Airport—including a little-seen ’zine—exploring physical appearance, gender-hacking and consumer culture

BY Matthew McLean |

Recently appointed at the Hammer Museum, the curator enjoys studio visits, Taiwanese food and getting lost

BY Pablo José Ramírez |