‘A Celebration of the City’: Introducing Frieze Los Angeles 2022

Christine Messineo introduces her first fair as director, including new programming and artist highlights 

in Frieze Los Angeles , News | 09 FEB 22
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Artworks featured in this video include:

Kehinde Wiley, Portrait of Aissatou Dialo Gueye, 2020. Oil on linen. Courtesy of the artist and Roberts Projects 

LEE BUL, Perdu CX, 2021, Mother of pearl, acrylic paint on wooden base panel, stainless steel frame. Courtesy Studio Lee Bul and Lehmann Maupin, New York, Hong Kong, Seoul, and London 

Suzanne Jackson, In A Black Man's Garden, 1973. Acrylic wash on canvas, triptych. Courtesy of the artist and Ortuzar Projects

Anish Kapoor, Untitled, 2012. Stainless steel and lacquer. © Anish Kapoor, Courtesy Lisson Gallery 

Sophie Barber, Justin loves gardeners world and monty don, 2021. Oil on canvas. Courtesy Alison Jacques, London. © Sophie Barber

Camille Henrot, Eviction Letter, 2021,. Watercolor on paper. © Camille Henrot. Courtesy Hauser & Wirth

Joseph Yaeger, The unseen comprises the seen, 2021, Watercolour on gessoed linen. Courtesy the artist and Project Native Informant, London 

Mel Bochner, DO I HAVE TO DRAW YOU A PICTURE?, 2019. Oil on velvet. Courtesy of the artist and Marc Selwyn Fine Art

Samuel Levi Jones, Vulnerability, 2021. Law book covers and pulped law book covers on canvas. Courtesy of the artist and Vielmetter Los Angeles 

Elaine Cameron-Weir, so here flies the corps highest ranking scarecrow, soaring bigly over Skull Farm, a Scorched Earth Production, immemorial, 2021. Concrete textile, stainless steel, neon tubing, transformer, tree stand, polished concrete, silk gauze. Courtesy of the artist, JTT, New York and Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Los Angeles. 

Michael Williams, Dog Painting (7), 2021, oil on canvas. Courtesy of David Kordansky Gallery

Joan Semmel, Spaced Out, 2019. Oil on canvas. Courtesy of Alexander Gray Associates 

Mindy Shapero, Tiradero, the saga continues, 2022. Spray paint, acrylic, copper, gold and silver leaf on Belgium Linen. Courtesy the artist and Nino Mier

Betye Saar, L.A. Energy, 1983, artist rendering. Courtesy of the artist and Roberts Projects

Betye Saar, L.A. Energy, 1983, 5th Street between Flower Street and Grand Avenue. Courtesy of the artist and Roberts Projects

Gariel Madan, Rilke’s Fifth Elegyacrylic, 2021, gouache, glitter, gel, matte medium and glass on canvas. Courtesy of the artist and Gattopardo

A History of Frogs, bug-egg-eye-ear, 2021. Cast Aluminum, Cast Brass. Courtesy of the artist and Marta

Amia Yokoyama, Deliquesced in the Valley of Heaven, 2021. Porcelain and glaze. Courtesy of the artist and Stanley's

Iliodora Margellos, I Try To Find You So I Make You 2, 2021. Handmade embroidery & weaving on metal screen, brass tube pipe, yarn, mohair yarn, blue jeans thread,floss, Rochefort & Tonkin thread, string, glass beads. Courtesy the artist, Dio Horia and Baert Gallery

Pauline Shaw. Untitled, 2021. 98 x 60 inches. Wool and silk. Courtesy of the artist and In Lieu

Ben Sakoguchi presented by Bel Ami

Sarah Rosalena Brady, CMB | RBG2021. Cosmic Microwave Background visualization, beads, beeswax, pine sap, gourds. Courtesy of the artist and Garden

Eric-Paul Riege, my god, YE'ii [1], 2018. Digital collage and print on archival canvas. Courtesy of the artist and Stars

Iliodora Margellos, Long Quiet River, 2022. Indigo tie dyed drawstring, antique brass chain, pillow filling, lining fabric, found plastic beads & floor mirrors. Courtesy the artist, Dio Horia, and Baert Gallery

Rodrigo Valenzuela, Artwork #1, 2021, archival inkjet print. © Rodrigo Valenzuela. Courtesy of Luis De Jesus Los Angeles

Eric-Paul Riege, Regalia for Hólo –it xistz and ...Son, yáázh, mijo...,2019. Mixed media and fiber regalia. Courtesy of the artist and Stars

Jay Lynn Gomez, Take Time for Yourself, 2022. Acrylic on magazine. Courtesy the artist and Charlie James Gallery

Melvino Garretti, The Promise, 2012. Oil and acrylic on canvas. Courtesy of the artist and Parker Gallery

Melvino Garretti, Articles in the Shooting Gallery,1998. Oil and acrylic on fabric. Courtesy of the artist and Parker Gallery

Melvino Garretti, Surviving the Twister in the Basement, 2009. Oil, acrylic, fabric and leather. Courtesy of the artist and Parker Gallery