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Three art fairs to visit in Los Angeles during Frieze Week.

Frieze Los Angeles kicks off this week along with exhibition and a few other art fairs here we show you – Three art fairs you gotta see in Los Angeles this week.

1 Frieze Los Angeles

Frieze Los Angeles 2023 Photo by Casey Kelbaugh. Courtesy Casey Kelbaugh and Frieze.

Steered by Christine Messineo, Frieze’s Director of Americas, and housed in a bespoke structure designed by Kulapat Yantrasast’s architectural studio WHY, Frieze Los Angeles 2024 will see a reconfigured site plan across the airport campus that expands the signature Frieze tent and reimagines the outdoor space as a central gathering point. This year’s fair will bring together over 95 exhibitors from 21 countries, all under one roof, with nearly 50% of the fair dedicated to galleries operating in the Greater Los Angeles region. The much-celebrated Focus section of the fair will be overseen for the first time by Essence Harden (Visual Arts Curator, California African American Museum) and explore the idea of ecology to highlight a diverse selection of US galleries that have been in operation for 12 years or less.

See all our Frieze Los Angeles coverage HERE

2 Felix Art Fair

The 2024 edition of Felix LA will once again showcase an international lineup of over 60 galleries. Situated between two floors of the Hollywood Roosevelt’s guest rooms and the cabanas surrounding the David Hockney pool, the event offers both an indoor and outdoor experience for all participants.

Felix LA 2024 will feature 66 exhibitors from around the world, including galleries from Montreal, Turin, Bucharest, Kyiv, London, Dallas, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Berlin, and Paris. 

See all our Felix Art Fair coverage HERE


SPRIG/ BREAK 2024 Los Angeles
Hipposonic Studios by KJ Apa curated by A +A.JPEG

The curator-driven fair will return to its venue at 5880 Adams Blvd in Culver City with over 60 immersive and cross-disciplinary exhibitions that respond to the 2024 theme ‘INT. / EXT.’ (interior/exterior).

A play both on the spatial context of art exhibition and subject matter, ‘INT. / EXT.‘ invites curators to consider all things architectural, spacial, natural, landscape, still life, and en plein air, with a nod towards works also that transcend the tactile to include Dream, incorporating, from outer to inner, the surrealist and spiritualist amidst trappings of the outside world.

See all our SPRING/BREAK coverage HERE



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