Frieze has revealed first details of the 2022 edition of Frieze Los Angeles, which will take place February 17th-20th at… Read More
Invisible Cities is Taylor White’s first solo presentation at Roberts Projects. Seen together, these works, and this exhibition, are as… Read More
Sean Kelly has announced that they will be opening a new gallery in Los Angeles in Spring next year. The new… Read More
For this landmark exhibition, Kehinde Wiley has invited a selection of contemporary African artists living throughout the world to each produce a self-portrait.
SoiL Thornton: My Child will be named after me, Invasive, or was it Prayer? I need to check my notes.
Morán Morán to present the inaugural exhibition off SoiL Thornton in their new Los Angeles location. SoiL Thornton’s My Child will be named after me, Invasive, or was it Prayer? I need to check my notes.
File Not Found is pleased to announce its launch as Los Angeles’s first fair for digital art, scheduled for Spring… Read More
Opening this September is probably the coolest exhibition to open in Los Angeles this year. Hauser & Wirth will present… Read More
The Galaxy Song an exhibition featuring unique silkscreen prints & paintings by Matthew Brannon + paintings & sculpture by Elijah Funk & Alix Ross (Online Ceramics)
The Galaxy Song is an exhibition at David Kordansky Gallery featuring unique silkscreen prints and paintings by Matthew Brannon, and… Read More
Mary Baxter, Maria Gaspar and Dread Scott win inaugural Frieze Impact Prize, in partnership with Art for Justice
Frieze have named Mary Baxter, Maria Gaspar and Dread Scott as the winners of the inaugural Frieze Impact Prize. Realized in partnership with Art for Justice
Felix Art Fair returns to the Hollywood Roosevelt hotel for the 3rd consecutive year. Timed to coincide with L.A’s first Gallery Weekend Los Angeles (June 28th- August 1st) and Frieze Los Angeles Viewing Rooms.
Frieze has revealed details of the Los Angeles Edition of Frieze Viewing Room that will take place July 27th through to August 1st.
Starting 8th July, Hauser & Wirth will spotlight its Los Angeles artists with a multimedia group presentation of nearly 30 artworks. ‘In Focus: LA Artists’ will showcase the groundbreaking techniques, diverse viewpoints, and intergenerational relationships of the gallery artists who call one of the world’s most creative cities home
We caught up with Los Angeles-based artist Ken Taylor at the close of his latest exhibition Mountains and Roses, the… Read More